Information on this website has been archived and sorted in a variety of ways to make finding information as easy as possible.
1. Search by keyword
To search by keyword, use the search box provided in the sidebar menu (on the right). This will search through all the articles contained in the website and identify those entries that match the search terms provided by you.
All the articles on this site have selected keywords manually associated with them. All the weighted keywords can be seen here. The larger the keyword, the more frequently it has been used on the site. (Please note that the weighted keyword feature is still very much under development).
2. Browse article titles
Select a date from the drop-down menu provided below to group links to articles according to the month in which they were published. The default setting is set to display articles published this month. You also have the option of browsing a much longer list of all the articles on the website by selecting the ‘All Months’ from the drop-down menu. Clicking on one of the titles will take you to the text it relates to; clicking on the month displayed above the titles will enable you to browse through the text of all the articles published that month.
3. Browse through sections on the website
All the articles on the website have been filed in sections relating to subject/topic. Use the section links in the sidebar menu (on the right) to group all the articles according to section. You can narrow the focus further by selecting sub-sections.
4. Browse through archived mailing list messages
I periodically write a variety of articles, open letters,and other publications which, along with transcripts of my speeches and other talks are sent out by email to all the people who have subscribed to my mailing list. All my mailing list messages are archived at this link – most will also be published on this website.
5. Can’t find what you’re looking for?
If you are looking for specific information that you think should be on this website, contact me and let me know.