IEEE-MTT,Silicon Valley http://mtt-scv.org/Events/Archive.html.
This page has archives of most of the recent talks at the local
meetings of the IEEE Society on Microwave Theory and Techniques.
Design you own nanotechnology,
http://nanohub.org/. This website, sponsored by Purdue
University allows anyone to do designs and computer simulations of
http://rfcafe.com/. This website has many items of interest
to engineers working with Radio Frequency (RF) designs.
Foothills Amateur Radio Society, FARS,
www.fars.k6ya.org/. I have been an active member of this club
for many years. Activities include training new hams, technical
presentations, emergency preparedness exercises, radio contests, and
50 MHz and Up,
AC6V Amateur Radio and DX Reference Guide, http://www.ac6v.com/
This is the most comprehensive list I know for all things about Amateur
Microwave Antenna Book by W1GHZ (ex-N1BT) http://www.qsl.net/n1bwt/contents.htm
A practical book microwave antennas, how they work and how to build
Silicon Valley Linux Users Group, SVLUG,
http://www.svlug.org/. I find that the email reflector is a
great source of information on Linux and related topics.
Make your own archive of websites.
www.anchora.info. A friend made this tool to help search
websites and organize the for your particular purposes.
All-in-one Internet Application Suite, http://www.seamonkey-project.org/
This is an integrated tool following in the Mozilla and Netscape
projects It includes a web browser, email view, an HTML editor,
and more. It is presently my tool of choice for web page
creation. Downloads are available for Linux and Windows.
Validate your HTML code
http://validator.w3.org/, If you are at all serious about
website developement, you should use this tool to verify your code is
correct. If you pass the test, you can display this symbol.