|Let's go surfin now.|
Everybody's learning how
Come and surf these web links with me
As a teenager I surfed Southern California's beaches.
Now I enjoy a different kind of surfing; web.
When you click one of these links you'll be leaving KAT's Meow. Come back and visit soon.
I don't control the content or availability of these sites,
but on my last visits I found each to be the purrfectly delightful.
Use this search engine to find the text of books that you can read online free at bibliomania.com
Miscellaneous Art Forms
- Glass Paperweights
presentation by the International Paperweight Society
- 3-D Stereograms
suddenly show 3 dimensional objects if you stare at them the right way
Take my advice and put that prayer wheel
all over your site... each time it spins it sends
forth a prayer for all sentient beings, and I have
a feeling you could use the good karma.
|...Steve Bennett, Kharma Storm (Copyright 1998)
Helpful sites for spinning a webpage:
- Web Graphics on a Budget
The most helpful graphics site I've found. Here's where I learned to make my custom backgrounds
and navigation buttons.
If you don't want to make your own, try the beautiful free graphics such as matched
sets of buttons and backgrounds, and free fonts offered on this site.
- Graphics at Cat Stuff
cat graphics and animations.
- Paint Shop Pro Users Group Lots of help, lessons etc. on using Paint Shop Pro, the software
used to edit photos, make animations, and other graphics on this site. Very powerful software at a reasonable price.
- Direct Nic
fastest and cheapest ($15/year instead of the usual $35) way I found to get a true functioning domain name. They can also forward from it to your
actual URL or give you a free site if you don't mind some advertising on it. You can also transfer your $35/year domain name(s) to them so they renew
Links checked and updated October 15, 2001
All graphics on this page
© KAT Moser, Katsmeow.com, or as otherwise noted, 1998, 1999. Do not
copy. Surfin Safari midi by the late Robert Dupler. Used with his permission.
This page is dedicated to good memories of Rob Dupler, 1935 - 1999.