"So, Ben, what have you added to the Internet, besides that
trash you call writing?" I do not hold it above my readers to send
me an e-mail saying exactly that, making it clearly obvious that they
feel comfortable destructively criticizing behind a keyboard. Here's
what I've added to the 'Net, as far as serious, straight-forward content
goes. My duty as a loyal citizen is partially fulfilled right on these
- robin hood
This has been far and away the most popular collection of pages on my
site. For some reason, no one's dared to write a biography of Robin Hood
for the Web except for me, so I'm the person people come to for Robin
Hood information. These people include high school students, college
students, actors, and even the Discovery Channel. The Robin Hood
pages contain clear and concise information on every aspect of the Robin
Hood legend. Contribute if something's missing.
- 'net interaction
Okay, so the name of the directory does not exactly fit the page name.
That's because the 'Net's grown so exponentially over the past two years
that games and online chatting have developed at phenomenal rates. On
the MUD page, I tell you about the things I've tried and what I think
of them. Oh yeah, and there's plain information and references, too.
- the RobScript
I've been working on a script for mudding which uses the MUD
client zMUD. It
automates plenty of mudding hindrances. I recommend getting
them to learn MUD scripting.
- ben's software app picks
I keep referring people to certain programs. And they are impressed with
the recommended items. So I figured I'd just expand a bit and share
with you what I've found to be the best software apps available, mainly
for Windows95 platforms.