"Pansoph's philosophy": Be happy, be good , learn neat stuff, and no whining. Here is me and mine. Embedded in the text of this page are links to a variety of neatplaces. If you don't want to play this way, there is a revealing list at the bottom of this page.
Pansophilosophy is a bulletin board much like the one in my kitchen, you will find almost anything on it and it changes randomly.
Photography will appear here because I have been taking photographs for as long as I have been painting. Sketches,humor, and editorials are also part of the plan so recheck the page and the new links to come.
This is my husband, Jon. He hasn't appeared in Forbes yet but, with over a hundred patents and disclosures, he should. On his page, you will not only find a list of his patents but also his interest in gemcutting, and you can meet our lawyer .
Big fans of Disney, when we went to Walt Disney World in October, 95, we kidnaped a jack-in-the- box character from donAndres Designers, the studio I work for and photographed it in different places. Check Deb Wills' Disney Digest, a great Disney page, among other things, and look for our Trip Report for the behind-the-scenes , Keys to the Kingdom tour .
I have used Pansophist on my letterheads for years. It can mean 'know everything' or in loose interpretation, 'curious about just about everything'. Pansophism was also once a religion that worshipped everything that lives. Being a great lover of animals and nature, the name suited me perfectly.
Having traveled a bit, learned some, met a few interesting people, like my friend here, and heard of a few even more interesting people and things, a lot more will be happening here. Search here often, see new things and have a few laughs.
In the order in which they appear in the text above
- <Pansoph Back to my home page.
- philosophy Comic Relief for the pathologically philosophical.
- happy Center for the Easily Amused.
- good is the great Cheap But Nice Awards.
- learn neat stuff is Encyclopedia Britannica. It is wonderful!
- no whining takes you to Whiners of America.
- variety, a handy site, I must say, Roget's Thesaurus is no nonsense - search and get the words you need.
- neat. This is Martha Stewart Disease.
- places is Roadside America's homepage. You must see this!
- cursor Tucows was my salvation when I was looking for a lefthanded cursor.
- left destines you to The Left Hand, the place for all the lefthanded products I'll ever need.
- bulletin board Tacky.
- kitchen is Ed's Kitchen, entitled "Cooking With Ed". I particularly like his "crown of franks."
- changes randomly is U Roulette. Spin the wheel and find yourself somewhere unique.
- painting is a gallery of my art.
- humor is United Media Comic strips.
- editorials The Washington Times.
- Pansophist takes you back to my home page.
- mean is a big list of many different kinds of dictionaries.
- curious is a site with the story of Alice in Wonderland
- Pansophism gives a thought provoking definition of Pansophism and the reasoning behind Pansophilosophy.
- animals takes you to The San Diego Zoo has lots to explore.
- Jon, my husband is into gem cutting as a hobby, and what a hobby!
- Forbes is actually Forbes Magazine.
- lawyer is our friend's, Deeb's page, and she is a lawyer.
- traveled is Magellan's Internet Guide.
- learned is The Drudge Report, a comprehensive list of news sources and columnists.
- friend sends you to Willie Nelson's home page.
- interesting people. Click that and find a list of home pages of MENSA members.
- Search is MetaCrawler, an excellent search engine. Also check out MetaSpy there.
- laughs is the official and brilliant Monty Python site.
- Disney is my enormous Walt Disney World site, an award winner with hundreds of photos and fun stuff.
- donAndres is the place I work most often as an artist and computer guru.
- Deb Wills' Disney Digest, now Walt Disney World Information Guide with lots of planning information.
- behind-the-scenes tours available at Walt Disney World.
- Keys to the Kingdom tour is my report on the behind the scenes tour of the Magic Kingdom.
All images on this site are © by Mary Rolfe/Pansophist at http://www.pansophist.com/