This list covers stuff not mentioned elsewhere in these pages
Britain's first guide to UK Internet providers, the
UK Internet list
founded by Craig in June 1992. I think the first copy was posted to the Great Britain notesfile at Digital, however it was very soon posted to the Internet and has been updated continually ever since. My thanks to Cliff Stanford, who founded Demon the same month that the list began and who gave me some useful feedback.
The motivation behind starting this list was twofold - to publish Internet Service Provider (ISP) prices and thus keep them competitive as certain providers were charging over the odds, and to work out how I could personally maintain internet access after leaving Digital. I am also listed in Who's who online and E-mail addresss of the rich and famous.
Guide to pubs in Scotland with
no smoking areas. Founded by Craig after campaign on national UK TV. Amendments, comments and additions welcome!
The Digital Tradition. The premier on-line folk song database. I've contributed some Scottish songs to this. Some other folk music is on-line at
Scotland the best
The award winning guide to Scotland. Craig received an award from the publishers for helping them with research for the second edition.
The Edinburgh MaltWhisky Tour written by John Butler, Craig's project supervisor for his undergraduate degree in computing at Edinburgh University
I learnt most of my info about HTML in 1996 from Teach Yourself Web Publishing
with HTML in 14 days by Laura Lemay.
Some of these pages use the Gaeilge1 free font which I downloaded a few years ago. The author is Padraig McCarthy who used to be at firstname.lastname@example.org but who seems to have moved. If anyone knows how
to get in touch with him please let me know. Some other Gaelic fonts are available at Sean Mac Suibhne's