This page contains a collection of old stuff that I was once involved in. I keep it here to maintain a sense of history and of the things I once used to actively do.
- A page about my cats. It's not that I don't adore them anymore, but there's no longer a need to advertise them on the homepage. There are more cool pictures of them on Flickr anyway.
- Based on some of my own experiences in Atlanta, but mostly based on those of the students who went to study there after me, the Atlanta FAQ (in Dutch) shows some of the practical things associated with completing your study abroad.
- One of my duties while being employed by university while working on my doctorate was to assist students with some assignments, and basically supervise them. Usually uneventful, but on one occasion it made for a great anecdote of the many things that can go wrong during that final presentation. I wrote a Dutch account of the events with my fellow-supervisor.
- My Masters Thesis project is also something for the attic now. Technically, it isn't really a Masters, because I have a Dutch Ingenieur degree. They are for all practical purposes the same thing, though. I have some information on the project.
- Back when I was still news administrator I wrote a small guide to try to get people to move from rn to trn. I highly doubt its current usefulness, as I don't think anyone still uses rn, but this is the attic, after all.
- I used to maintain the OpenLook-based newsreader xvnews for a while. Mark Jackson has now taken over maintenance and released a version with Y2K fixes.
- I am quite interested in the process of design, and in supporting this process. I was very much influenced by a book written by John Chris Jones, called Design Methods. So much so that I wrote a small summary of the, to me, most interesting parts of the book.
- To get a grasp of project management, I read a book about it, and created a brief summary of it.