you have probally guessed by now this is my first, humble, attempt to create a personal homepage.
was created using litle to none HTML knowledge using Microsoft Frontpage....
as a result this page doesn't seem to be Netscape compatible, sorry about
doesn't mean however that nothing usefull can be found here, there's only not
much personal text and layout for now. Over time I will add more personnal
text, some interresting links, maybe some more pages and definitly
a better layout, at least a more browser independent one. So do come back,
but first I really need some more practice so be patient =)
the left you find some very interresting links, aspecially for all you Chello
broadband users out there and for people interrested in cable internet in the
is a very complete opensource network monitoring package for Linux with
a nice web interface. Here you can testdrive it running on this machine ,get
a good impression on how it works and what to do with it and above all see
how bad my ISP, Chello Netherlands, is doing..... You can login with
user test and password 321.
is a nice tool for Linux wich can keep track on excactly how much
internet traffic you create and can generate nice web graphics wich show
your averige download and upload speed over time. This one is for personal
use only though, so if you want to see it in action and have Linux
running you better go to http://www.freshmeat.net.
is a very good news server for both Unix and Windows. This is its
webinterface and allows you to take a look at my ISP's newsgroups
(chello.nl) and many others Login with sameold user test
and password 321 and enjoy. Because there are many local groups,
posting is only allowed from my local machines for now. If you're
a chello custommer however you can always send me a mail from
your chello account and I'll give you full access.
is a webmail application written in Perl. This one is again for personal use
only. Go to http://www.astray.com/acmemail/
for more information
well if you don't know what the hell I'm talking about then go to http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/,
I really don't feel like explaning it at least not for now, to much English
;-) Here you can find a webbased monitor for seti running at
this computer, sloooooow =))
all for now folks, send comments, tips etc to: