Welcome to the Computational Geometry Pages, a (hopefully) comprehensive directory of computational geometry resources both on and off the Internet. If there is something you'd like to see here, please send me email. Contributions and suggestions from the community are always welcome!
Other essential computational geometry sites include Nina Amenta's Directory of Computational Geometry Software, Hervé Brönnimann's CG Tribune (a newsletter with events and announcements), David Eppstein's Geometry in Action (describing applications of computational geometry in the Real World), and the Los Alamos eprint archive's collection of computational geometry papers
[new, recent, current, search] moderated by Joe O'Rourke.There are also several excellent Web pages devoted to theoretical computer science in general. See especially Suresh Venkatasubramanian's Theoretical Computer Science on the Web and the ACM SIGACT home page.
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Software 
There's no better way to appreciate McLuhan's adage about medium and message, I've discovered, than manually encoding fifty thousand HTML links. Typing "ahrefequals" that many times has a remarkable effect on the mind of the typist: almost Zen, if we're generous; mindnumbingly boring, if we're honest.Pretty soon, anything that's not on the Web won't exist.
There's a pizza place near where I live that sells only slices.
In the back you can see a guy tossing a triangle in the air. Stephen Wright
 "Zippy the Pinhead" (7/9/99) by Bill Griffith
Computational Geometry Pages
by Jeff Erickson Last update: 07 Jan 1999 Your feedback is always welcome. 
