CALVIN DEMMON'S HOME PAGE
Thanks, Orville Meyers
An incomplete bibliography
A pseudonym: Carl Damon
A picture of me during my brief tenure as an exo-meteorologist:
The MIRA Newsletter (see lower right-hand corner of page)
Some of my favorite links:
- How Things Work:
Watch out for
- The Musical Saw and Theremin Page
With a few-woo audio files.
- Amateur Science Experiments
Build your own X-ray machine.
- The Night Cabbie (San Francisco Chronicle)
"I'm heading for Stockton Street and
then Powell. I pull up in front of the
St. Francis Hotel, and while I'm talking
to Mike, the doorman, a woman comes up to
him wearing a white coat."
- Construction of the
Empire State Building
It was 1931
and the riveters
could see forever.
- Big Town Characters (New York Daily News)
Johnny Staccato, Moondog, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Barbra Streisand, and other musical New Yorkers . . . .
- Our Gang Biographies
- Christian Classics Ethereal Library (at, ahem, Calvin College)
"He takes a text and carries it with him
all day long; and in the night watches,
when sleep forsakes his eyelids,
he muses upon the Word of God." -- Chas. Spurgeon
- Catholic Online
Saints and Angels
Saint of the Day
- Gallery of Obscure Patents
The motorized ice cream cone, for example,
"...rotationally feeding its contents against a
person's outstretched tongue."
- A Victorian Era Robot
Boilerplate was a mechanical man
developed by Professor Archibald Campion
during the 1880s and unveiled at the 1893
World's Columbian Exposition.
- Strange Stuff Explained
Every Web page in the universe
has a corresponding anti-Web page.
- 30 Days of Li'l Abner
- Mexican Jumping Beans
Steam engines are very human. Their very weaknesses are understandable. Steam engines do not flash back and blow your face in. They do not short-circuit and rive your heart with imponderable electric force. They have arms and legs and warm hearts and veins full of warm vapour. Give us steam every time. You know where you are with steam.
-- William McFee
You can write to me at yahoo.com,
using my first and last name, run together,
that is, calvindemmon. I'm being purposely obscure
because if I spell it out I'll be flooded with
even more spam.