I don't really have the time or interest to update it regularly, and I don't think it's worth having inaccurate content that doesn't provide any information that I consider useful. The web is no longer what it was. I don't entirely like all of the directions it has moved in, but I don't think that the direction of publishing gratuitous fiction I've written or random details about my life is one that it worth trying to preserve.
Although most of the links to it ought to still be valid, I will still leave up a pointer to my Matlab pages in case anyone is looking for them. These matlab notes are course notes from a class taught by Steve Ellis for mechanical engineering sophomores in January 1996; they cover the basics of using matlab with an emphasis on solving some of the types of problems that mechanical engineering undergraduates are likely to encounter at MIT.