Varia from RJO
Among these pages will be found an assortment of technical server notes, photo albums, recreational links, and some less-than-serious (though very academic) publications.
Server Notes — Technical information about the web servers I maintain and about my “Internet Presence.”
Access Keys — Keyboard shortcuts to increase web accessibility.
Personalia — Places I have been, places I have not been, things that please me, things that do not please me, random great books, κ.τ.λ.
Smithsonian Contributions to High-Energy Metaphysics — The most prestigious journal ever published in the field of high-energy metaphysics.
Wisconsin Studies in Experimental Psychosystematics — The most prestigious journal ever published in the field of experimental psychosystematics.
External Links to Honorary and Avocational Societies
- The Association for Gravestone Studies
- The New England Historic Genealogical Society
- Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi
- The Signet Society
“To my considerable surprise I was in my sophomore year elected a member of something called the Signet Society, which was not really one of the Harvard clubs, but it was sort of an intellectual discussion society, which had lunches and so forth. And then in my senior year I was president of it. And I was probably the only physicist who was ever president of the Signet.” —Thomas Kuhn, The Road Since Structure
- The Sons of the American Revolution and the Massachusetts SAR
A Few Small Photo Albums
Antarctica — Tierra del Fuego, the Southern Ocean, and the Antarctic Peninsula.
Arizona — Flagstaff and the Painted Desert.
Cambridge I — Harvard University in spring, summer, and fall: the Yard, the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Commencement scenes, and more. (11 images.)
Cambridge II — Harvard University in winter: Yard buildings, the MCZ, large metallic mammals, and more. (8 images.)
Middlebury College — Views of Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. (39 images.)
New England Natural History I — The Parker River National Wildlife Refuge on Plum Island. (4 images.)
Sweden I — Stockholm, Strömstad, Bronze Age rock carvings, and more. (6 images.)
Sweden II — Uppsala University and Linnaeus’ Hammarby estate. (7 images.)
Transit of Venus 2004 — The first passage of Venus across the face of the sun since 1882, as seen from Middlebury, Vermont. (1 image.)
© RJO 1995–2014