This page contains useful links to a variety of sites of interest. Not everything here will appeal to everyone - many of these things are links to resources on the network.

CRiSP links

The following links can be used to find out about purchasing or upgrading CRiSP.

http://twitter.com/crispeditor
News about CRiSP and Dtrace and other techno things related to software development.
http://crtags.blogspot.com
Web blog by the CRiSP / DTrace author with detailed musings on what is happening in the world related to these products.
http://www.crisp.com
VITAL, Inc. based in the USA.
http://www.pacemaker.co.uk
Pacemaker Software Ltd, based in the U.K.

Other links

None of these links should be construed as an endorsement of these products or services. The information provided here is as is, and has been found to be useful by the authors. Whether it is for you depends on your individual interests.

http://www.crispeditor.co.uk:3000/p.html
News aggregator (written by CRiSP author) for personal use. Optimises internet news reading on mobile and helps if disconnected from the mobile network - upto 250k (compressed to a 90k payload) without adverts. Not for commercial use, but similar links to the sites listed here, and more.
http://news.ycombinator.com
Hacker News - brilliant supply of thought provoking articles on coding, algorithms, "fashions" in programming. The comments are as illuminating as the links to the articles.
http://slashdot.net
Snippets of technology and gadget info provided by viewers of the web rather than paid for journalists. Can be useful to get early headlines on interesting technological subjects.
http://www.engadget.com
News about gadgets. Updated frequently during the day.
http://www.gizmodo.com
News about gadgets. Updated frequently during the day. Very similar to engadget up.
http://www.internet-guide.co.uk/
Useful collection of links and definitions relevant to the Internet.
http://www.gnu.org
Home site for the GNU project. Contains pointers to lots of free software, much of it very useful on its own and for its educational insights into how real programs work.
http://www.gzip.org
Information on the gzip package and source code for multiple platforms.
http://www.cpan.org
Home site for Perl - source, modules, documentation.
http://www.opera.com
Alternative browser to Internet Explorer and Netscape/Mozilla. Very good, and lots of features. Also useful to avoid virus infection on your browser.
http://www.theregister.co.uk
Daily technology newsbytes with a hint of sarcasm.
http://www.theinquirer.net
Another daily technology newsbytes with a hint of sarcasm.
http://www.vmware.com
VMware is a product for Windows and Linux platforms to support virtual operating systems (run Linux inside Windows or vice versa. Excellent product for software development.
http://www.drdobbs.com
Home of the Dr. Dobbs journal - website containing programming related articles and announcements.
pearpc.sourceforge.net
PowerPC Virtual Machine emulator that can emulate Mac OS X. Brilliant piece of software if you want to run a Mac on Windows or Linux. (Old)
http://www.zlib.org
Information on the zlib compression and decompression libraries.