Welcome to My World

You have stumbled onto yet another college student's home page. Maybe you're here because you're looking for something, or maybe you're just here to look around...in any case, believe it or not, you might actually find something here that's useful to you. That is, if you and I share similar interests. You can probably figure out what those interests are with just a little bit of browsing around here...but you can also go to the page all about me.

While you're here, you can look at what I have written about my interests and whatnot, and there are a few useful things here and there. You can find all of this stuff, amazingly enough, by using the navigation menu to the left. What a concept.

What? No navigation menu? Oh, your browser must not support frames. That's okay. On this page you'll find links to all of my site's content, and every page contains a convenient link back to this page. My site won't look as good on your browser, but it will work.

Come on, now, you don't expect me to give away all the good stuff on one page, do you? Click one of those links and see where it takes you.

Navigation Menu (Internal Links)

About Me
Computer Science
Web Development
English Literature
Creative Writing
Science Fiction
Fantasy
Games
Music
My Favorite TV Show
Movies
Photo Album
Links

Leaves

URL: http://mcadams_peak.tripod.com
Last update: Friday, April 13, 2001
Page owner: mcadams_peak@yahoo.com
ICQ: 101014473

This site is best viewed at a resolution of 800 x 600. If your resolution is set to 640 x 480, a horizontal scroll bar will appear on many of the pages in the Photo Album section. If your resolution is higher than 800 x 600, large areas of the screen will be blank when viewing the Photo Album. Other sections of this site should work equally well with any resolution.

This site makes use of frames, JavaScript, and Cascading Style Sheets. If your browser does not support all of these, you will not see this site the way it was meant to be seen. I have tried to ensure that this site will work with browsers lacking these abilities, but you will not get the full effect. In spite of my efforts, I am unable to test this site on every browser out there, so I cannot guarantee it will work on yours. Because of the general movement toward DHTML in web development, I highly recommend that you get a recent version of Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer if you have a computer that will run these applications.

If you have a compliant browser but have your images turned off, the navigation menu to the left will appear jumbled. I suggest you turn on images or view this page in the full browser window. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, do the hokey pokey. Vaya con queso...