This is something I've been looking forward to - having a page of links.
I imagine these will be added to as time goes on, but here are some places you might want to visit:

  Penn and Teller's Official Website

The Jenerators
Gary Stockdale
Bill Mumy
Miguel Ferrer
Tom Hebensteit
David Joliffe
Chris Ross


Speld Badlee

The Famous Pies

Renee French
A wonderful comic artist who I'm happy to count as a friend

Dean Cameron
Actor, blogger, bon vivant

The David Lawrence Show
I did broadcasts on regular radio and internet radio, and there's a podcast of part of an interview with me. Also vist his his sidekick and girlfriend
Lili Von Schtupp

American Song-Poem Music Archives
"Send in your lyrics and REAL LA songwriters will turn it into a HIT!" The history and archives of the musical sub-genre known as "Song-Poems"

The "Great Debunker"
James Randi has devoted his life to reason and rational thought

Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting
Of course, Fairness and Accuracy is in the eye of the beholder. But go to this site when you've had enough of the Fox News Network

American Civil Liberties Union
I'm a card-carrying member
A bit of jazz history

Those Darn Accordions
One of my favorite bands - check out the site and check out the band!
Please check this site out before you pass on Internet warnings and petitions

Another good hoax-related site

My performing-rights organization

I also belong to this one as a publisher

The Internet Movie Database
I'm here, you probably are too
The Society of Composers and Lyricists website

This is the music software I use at the moment

Bach MIDI Files
Looking for MidiFiles by J.S. Bach? Here they are. I wonder whether he would have liked techno?

Raymond Scott
One of America's finest little-known composers and music theorists

Jamy Ian Swiss
Maybe the best close-up magician in the world. Certainly the most intense. If you get the chance to see him you'll know what I mean
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