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Just a few words of thanks and attributions to the folks whose software and efforts contributed to the production of my web site.
|The GNU Image Manipulation Program - the GIMP - the best way to produce your artwork for the web and the real world.|
|My home system runs Linux. It's free. And it works. And I've got the source code so I can fix problems. And....|
|The Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister, the Swiss Army Chainsaw - call it what you want: it's the most versatile scripting language in the world and it runs a large part of my machine and manages my web site. Thanks Larry.|
|Demon Internet - my ISP.|
|The best news source: find out what's going on in NerdLand here.|
|The best place to keep track of new software releases.|
|O'Reilly and Associates for the Camel, the Rhino, the Koala, the Flamingo and the rest of the bestiary. Buy their books now!|
|Buy your books from Amazon and make me some money! Check out my bookstore now.|
|I've tried to retain some degree of backward compatibility here. The graphics don't look great in 256 colours but are usable. I've created a text index to give Lynx users a more simple way to navigate the site, but I'm afraid that the one thing I don't really want to give up is the tables, so until I get a few minutes spare to knock a couple of Perl scripts together to process the tables into pre-formatted text, that's something you'll have to live with - sorry!|
|I've tested these pages with Navigator 3.01, 4.08 and 4.5 on GNU/Linux in 640x480 and 800x600 so grab one of those if you're having a problem. Compatibility notes: NN 3 has *very* limited support for style sheets (and you really must use HTML 4-deprecated stuff like <center> and font colour selection just doesn't work). I've tried to pick combinations that work well despite that, but I'm not going to spend an aeon writing <font color=blah>....</font> just to cope with this.|
|I've tested these pages with IE3 and IE4 on Windows-95 in 640x480 and 800x600 so grab one of those if you're having a problem. Compatibility notes: IE 3 has problems with table row backgrounds so I have to say bgcolor to it. IE4 picks a bigger font than is ideal, so a bit of a rethink on some tables was required.|
|Last, but by no means least, my wife Tina. For her forbearance, cooking, general indulgence and not complaining too loudly when I get to bed at 0130 because I've been updating my web pages.|