This page is a frequently updated list of websites I've found to be interesting or useful or pages I've created that don't fit anywhere else. The categories will obviously reflect my interests but I hope that you will find them useful too.
People on a Bridge Surprised by Rain (from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo).
The Three Whites (from the series One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji).
From The Dawn of the Floating World, a recent exhibition at the Royal Academy.
The words of Dr Martin Luther King Jr (1929-1968).
One of the treasures of the National Gallery.
A map showing all of the English Heritage London Blue Plaques.
In London on 15 February 2003 two million people showed the world how they felt about a war with Iraq.
How many nuclear bombs do you think have ever been exploded - 50, 100, 200?.
Simply the best.
Kites and parts by mail order. If you want it, they've got it.
Master kite maker Masami Takakuwa's authoritative site on all aspects of Japanese kites.
Listings for all UK and many European kites festivals.
The on-line kite magazine.
The busiest of the UK based kite forums.
Sport Team and Competitive Kiting's UK website.
London's only kite festival.
Live wind and weather data.
A bit of Flash-based fun from some cigarette cards from the 1930s.
The periodic table constructed in HTML and CSS3.
The best FTP programme for the PC (and now for the Mac, too).
The best HTML and CSS editor available – originally made by Nick Bradbury (the creator of HomeSite) and now updated and improved by Stefan van As.
Clean the spam from your email without having to see it first. Now available for Mac OSX and various flavours of Linux as well.
Some of the best Dreamweaver extensions available and much more.
Pantone to RGB
Due to legal reasons, my conversion tables for Pantone® to RGB are no longer available.
My own test card to help you set up your monitor correctly.
Points to pixels (and ems and %) conversion table.
The fonts that you can expect most people to have on their PCs (and most Macs).
HTML character entities - there's also a link to a PDF of Windows Alt codes to create some of them.
HTML named colours that are consistent across all modern browsers.
Sets out how ReedDesign uses and protects any information that you give us when you use this website.