First you start with a mailserver, then you decide you need your own webserver. But what to do with a webserver if you have no FTP server? Things evolve...and then suddenly you discover that something like an addressbook server exists! You need that for your mailserver! Okay, LDAP is not only to be used as
Internet is such a nice medium, got an email from the Nabaztag Blog, asking me if linking is a good idea. Sure! Best idea there is, linking is cool, linking is the internet :) Some time ago I built an Nabaztag-Ear-Mover. A simple PHP-script that allows you to move the ears of any Nabaztag in
It's always a matter of balancing if you use old equipment to run your server, but thanks to the Apaches, PHPsÂ and MySQLs of this world it can be done. It took me a while to find out where the biggest inefficiencies were on the server. The help of Apache Server monitor was very usefull here.
My job is marketing professional for Netherlands largest software developer, Exact Software. That's why I probably like visitor statistics and other data gathering tools so much. This blogs seems to be a great way to test these things. I love new technologies. This blog is now running the following tools UserOnline, see who is currently
My newest addition to my weblog is toÂ show which users are currently on my site. I love dynamic content and to see what is actually happening to my blog. A live example of the current visitor, yes you!, is below here. Also a links, top left, is displaying how many users are currently online, and
Samurize is a freeware tool that enables you to monitor your computer. Combined with other freeware programs it can monitor almost anything you like. It's also used to create fancy desktops and give you direct information about your surrounding (like weather, tv programs, etc). Â In my case I use it to monitor my server. It
I proudly present my own little home network. It features two wireless networks, a cabled network, PSTN (analogue) and voip telephony. Why two wireless networks? Because the server is on a single wireless network to keep the speed to my server at a high level. Wifi networks are hub based, that means that they share