Table of Help
Menus and webPages only show the "tip of the iceberg". You have to go through diretories to see most of the webSite.
Items are listed approximatel in decreasing priority to Bill Howell (sort of), not alphabetically
(to see the TableOfContents from anywhere on this page - type Control-Home keys simultaneously)
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(TableOfContents - type Control-Home keys simultaneously)
click to goTo a link in the current window
right-click to open link in a new menu - for example, to keep menus in view while reading through a webPage
To find your way around the website :
For recent topics that have caught my attention : see Bill Howell's "Blog" (via the "Blogs" menu item). Be warned : "recent" usually means within the last couple of years, as I don't often update the blog. I focus on mid-to-substantive projects that take time, with a sprinkling of "hey look at this" news items of other peopless' work etc.
- web-search themes that are of interest to you (eg duckduckgo.com, which I use). This is much more efficient than browsing. Besides, the vast majority of my webSite content ISN'T described or linked by my webPages. For example search "www.BillHowell.ca pandemics".
- Use the menus (top of the page - Ctrl-Home key combination to get there). As the menus are being rebuilt (starting slowly, Apr-May2020), they will likely fail from time to time. They also are incomplete, as they do NOT including many subdirectories of this website.
- Use the listing of the sub-directories of this webSite root directory (see the list near the bottom of this webge). This allows you to browse through ALL [files, directories] of this website except the root (which I would like to include some day.
Bill Howells videos
Bill Howells book [note, review]s