2005 11 30: Welcome to: int main ( void )
All my old tutorials and brainstorms have been moved to this.
There are also some additions, you can for example add a rant to the rants section.
Read about the command or tool of the day, or perhaps visit the dutch language frustrations site Get Over IT.
The site should be visitable as printf.nl, intmainvoid.nl and getoverit.nl.
It should also take on the functionality of them three sites..
So more rants, more future tech and more knowhow..
If you are utterly bored, you could read all the rules of the site..
But that would be rather boring..
2008 02 06: Leaked FSM video / Anonymous responds
"I won't hesitate to put my noodle in someone else, because I put it ruthlessly in myself."
Secret Pastafarian Video Exposed:
Anonymous Message to Pastafarianism:
Both were created by Ed Adkins.
2007 12 04: House for sale..
Build in the 1920s, largely renovated in 2005.
With a volume of 330 m³ and 100 m² floor space, it's a roomy house in a good location walking distance form shops and public transport.
1942 AK Beverwijk.
Look at FUNDA site for more information.
Or contact our broker, Van Gulik Makelaars 0251-221950.
2007 09 19: JinXed Jukebox
2007 09 09: Hardware vs Melons
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