From February 1995 until June 1996 I worked on the World Wide Web Project with the W3C at the Laboratory for Computer Science at MIT. I served as webmaster, and worked on Collaboration over the World Wide Web. I coordinated the Workshop on WWW and Collaboration.
Here are some things I found really useful:
I am studying areas of artificial intelligence, particularly knowledge representation and machine learning. Check out the MIT AI Lab page.
Here are some other sites that I found particularly interesting:
I studied computer science and cognitive science at Princeton University. (see the CS dept and the Program in Cognitive Science).