This page acts as an index for my pictures - both photographs I took with a digital camera, and screencaps (captures) I took using my brother's WinTV card (320x240). Each link points to a separate album, and opens in a new window. To view the pictures you will need an account with ImageStation.com - you will be prompted to sign in when you open the first album. Membership is free, and you can then view all my albums as well as host your own pictures and videos! The easiest thing to do (as long you're not using a shared or public computer) is to tick the "Remember Me" box when you sign in, and never sign out.
Note that due to issues with new versions of Netscape browsers, you should be using Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator version 4.7 or older if you upload your own material to ImageStation. You cannot use new version of Navigator. Don't like that? Complain to Netscape - I have. No copyright infringement is intended by my taking screencaps - if you own the rights to any material here and you object to my using it, please contact me and I will remove it or provide a link back to your website, at your choice.
These photos were taken with my Jenoptik digital camera. All the pictures here are of trains in my home town, taken during early September 2001. Some of these are not very good quality (I am not a good photographer), some are a bit crooked, etc. so I'll review them when I start running short on webspace.
These photos were taken with my brother's Hewlett Packard digital camera.
An emmy-award winning animated sitcom from the comedian Jonathan Katz, running on Comedy Central from 1995 until 1999. Dr. Jonathan Paul Katz was a psychiatrist, whose celebrity clients (often comedians) needed the good doctor's counselling - having first waded through the apathy of the receptionist, Laura. Away from the office Jonathan was a single dad to his only child, Ben, aged 24 or so, whose often infantile and always over-the-top antics put his father's professionally-learned patience and tolerance to the limits. Jonathan also played acoustic guitar, a hang-over from his younger days in the Koppleman & Katz musical duo with Sharon Koppleman.
The programme had the distinctive "SquiggleVision" animation style - anything that was in the background would be in black and white, and anything not part of the background would have a shaky outline, which unfortunately cannot be reproduced in the still pictures here. Celebrity guests on the show included such names as Jeff Goldblum, Dom Irrera, Whoopi Goldberg, and Emo Philips, who all provided their own voices. He even made a guest appearance in South Park, counselling Mr. Garrison when he lost Mr. Hat! I'm a big fan of the series, and although it's available on VHS video, I was disappointed to find that it's not available on DVD. :-( It was shown in Britain on ITV2, in the early hours of the morning - but is no longer broadcast. :-( For an update on what the real-life Jonathan Katz is up to now, check out his official website at JonathanKatz.com.
Danny Pintauro is an actor, perhaps best known for his role as Jonathan in the 1980s sitcom "Who's The Boss". All the pictures here are taken from that series.
An actor perhaps best known for his portrayal of Nick Szalinski in Disney's TV series of "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids" (1997-2000), although his full biography can be found at his official website at StarMANIA.com. He should not be confused with Thomas Dekker the 17th century English playwright! I've found it surprisingly difficult to get pictures of him from the internet, so I've taken a few screencaps myself, and these are available here for you to take a look at. His official website also features a contact email address for Thomas himself, so you can send all your fan email to him!