Lovers of late-night infomercial aficionado L. Ron Hubbard can find information about him, his
philosophy and his college, the Hubbard College of Administration, on the World Wide Web.
The “Frequently Asked Questions” section offers some suggestions on management, communication
and relationships and other issues at the work site.
The questions are pertinent, and the answers do provide useful tips. However, like the rest of this
site, you have to get over Hubbard’s self-aggrandizing ways to absorb the information. You can find
the college’s Web site at http://www.hubbardcollege.org.
Some other Web sites to consider:
Rochester-area Realtors have banded together to put up a fairly comprehensive site. You can
search for homes by agent’s name, by price range or by area of the city. You also can link to the
home pages of several agencies–Red Barn Properties, Nothnagle Realtors and Ketmar
Development Corp.–as well as the New York State Association of Realtors and the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Over the last few months, more information has been pumped into this site each week and it has
become more user-friendly. You can find the site at http://www.homesteadnet.com.
If you want to know what is up with Internet regulations or sample some new and interesting
Web pages, WebActive is for you. The site has a liberal bent, but follows issues such as Internet
censorhip and the U.S. budget debates on a consistent basis. It also has ways you can join activist
causes through the Web. And WebActive offers links to several informational and activist sites.
The site is sponsored by Progressive Networks Inc. and can be found at http://www.wnia.org.
If you want to know the latest about your Macintosh system, you need look no further than
http://www.macintouch/com/ricford. The Macintouch Home Page also has links to other news
sources and resources and many items for Mac lovers to the tune of why Macs are better than PCs.
Send Catherine Roberts e-mail on Web pages worthy mentioning in Web Sights at RBJournal@aol.com.