A file describing convention first introduced by JP Software's 4DOS.
Tips on looking for a rental property.
Customize Linux directory colours by setting
This isn't particularly relevant any more, but I figured I'd make a page for this anyway. See shell-random and go hunting.
It never had a homepage.
An oldschool audio player.
I don't remember anything about it, but I had some rough notes so I'll make this page.
Software > Programming >
Ruby is a true object-oriented programming language renown for its ease for comprehension and maintainability. It can do most of the things other programming languages can do, but the programmer has more fun.
Now at the end of 2016, when I look at my very old notes from 2007 I wonder.. Is Ruby's hayday over?.
TODO - there are a lot of other notes in deep archives
Software > DOS >
http://www.4dos.info/ (Klaus Meinhard's Homepage)
todo - make a proper page
A terminal multiplexer, something like GNU Screen having a baby with Emacs.
I tested this, but I couldn't figure out what in the heck to do with it.
Entertainment > Games >
I loved this game a lot, and wrote down a whole lot of different codes for various combinations of things. I went through the game just far enough to get all kinds of cool stuff, but didn't go through to start fighting bosses and whatnot. I wrote all this down on pieces of paper, then gave away the entire lot of stuff.
If I had only kept the codes then I could just buy back another set of stuff, or use emulators or the like. Maybe when I get a Nintendo DS again I'll be able to buy this game again (see atlus.com) and I'll just play it over and over to get some good codes again.