Reggie's Favorite Links

This page contains the top ten links to pages on the World Wide Web which I currently find the most interesting, beautiful, useful or in any other way find worthwhile visiting.

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1) De wereld volgens Monie

Volgens Intermediair is Monique 'iemand die in de harde techniek haar mannetje staat, maar tegelijkertijd met bezieling wil werken aan de vermenselijking van techniek'. Mmm... raar dat ik daar zo weinig van merk (grapje, Moon). Voor diegenen die haar essay op de Intermediar website hebben gemist, is hier alsnog een kijkje in haar gedachtenwereld.

2) A Dent in the Tori Amos Net Universe

I can't imagine how much time Michael spends on his web site, but it must be a lot! This is the most complete and up-to-date Tori site on the web. If you can't find what you're looking for on this web site, it surely will have a link to a site where you will.

3) Official Tori web site

The site of the 'Dent' has it all, but this still is the one and only official site. With a daily report on Tori's world tour.

4) Backpacking tours in Northern Sweden

Kurt and Claudia's site is in my humble opinion the best information source on hiking in Northern Scandinavia on the Whole Worldwide Web.

5) Logica

This is the site of the company I work for. :-)

One of the best designed corporate web sites in the world.

6) Rugzaklopers

The Dutch spawn-off of the British Backpackers club.

7) Hilleberg - The tent maker

The maker of my tent finally has its own web site.

 8) The Last Ascent of Alison Hargreaves, by Greg Child

In August 1995, just three months after becoming the first woman to reach the summit of Everest alone, unsupported and without artificial oxygen, Alison Jane Hargreaves successfully climbed the 'killer mountain' K2 and whilst descending in a storm was blown to her death. Greg Child looks back to the last ascent of the world's finest woman alpinist.

9) Into Thin Air, by Jon Krakauer

Read what can happen if you climb Mount Everest, and something goes wrong. For some reason makes me want to climb Mount Everest too...

10) Piano, The Movie, by Magnus Hjelstuen

A beautiful web site about one of the most moving films I have ever seen.

Also worth visiting...

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Date of last revision: 12 June 2000.