Here are a few interesting pages some of my friends maintain.
- Kenneth Kay
- My brother-in-law's
GIS and remote sensing blog
showcases his expertise in satellite mapping. GIS stands for geographic
information systems -- the intersection of geography, satellite imaging,
and information technology.
- Julian Nott
- Julian lived a few blocks from me in New York City. His
pioneering achievements include the famous
Nazca prehistoric balloon
and an AX-12 and AX-13 class
- Phil MacNutt
- Phil is an experimental ballonist and videographer from Austin,
Texas. After completing three hot air balloons and taking one of them to
32,000 feet, he built a Helium/Ammonia gas balloon.
- Antonin Lacroix
- My cousin Antonin is an avid Land Rover driver in Lyon, France.
Le Panda Rouge,
provides a wealth of Land Rover-related information, news and pictures.
- Jon "Rat" Radowski
- Jon is one of the younger experimental balloonists. His website
features nice pictures of his trash-can ultralight balloon and
- Michael Bölling
- Michael is an aeronautical engineering student at the
University of Stuttgart
in Germany and also works for
a company which is hoping to build a giant rigid airship for carrying
- Matt Jalbert
- Matt was my roommate in the NYU dorm where I stayed during the
hot summer of 1995 while working for
AFS Intercultural Programs.
His website, which is named
deals with the contemporary American landscape in photographs and essays.
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