A collection of sundry other places on the web…
Academia.edu — The internet nexus for all of my professional work.
Batman Untold — The radio drama of the century which showcases the incompetence and awkward hilarity of Gotham City’s heroes and villains. Subtitles and sundry spelling/grammar correction provided by yours truly.
Internet Shakespeare Editions — Free online editions of various Folio and Quarto texts (both facsimile as well as searchable versions). I do most of my text-specific research on this site.
Jack Lynch’s Guide to Grammar and Style — Entertaining as well as informative, this is the free online version of aforementioned Best Professor in the World’s usage and style guide. I would encourage any student of the English language (professional or otherwise) to purchase the paper volume, but the internet version is handy for searching and quick reference.
The Shakespeare Fellowship Listing of Festivals and Theatres — While my feelings on the authorship debate are pointed and contrary to the spirit of the Shakespeare Fellowship, the organization does maintain a great list of active theatre companies producing Bardy goodness. Want to see a play? Check out this site for a fairly comprehensive listing of the American Shakes-scene (as well as some random international bits thrown in for good measure).