"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts." - Bertrand Russell
About the CBSRMT database:
"The DB is offline for the meantime, and maybe permanently. I was
hosting it on an old Pentium 200 in my living room that finally died.
My site is now hosted on a free unix webserver without DB
It may come back at some time, but at the moment I don't have the
resources to make it happen. Others are free to use the raw database
I had archived online if they want to do something with it."
past is prolog
v3.2 moved to virtual server
v3.1 source moved to workstation for faster editing and redundant backup scheme.
v3 is the portable, aggressively stripped-down version hosted on free sites and redirected via DynDNS. Imperfect solution, but highly portable, cheap, and easy to maintain.
v2.5 was 2005 when I started moving toward xhtml.
v2 was 1996 when I started working with a real organizational structure and hosted the site on my own linux server. This p200 continued to run until 2009 when it was retired (and still working fine!)
v1 was from around 1994, when I first started writing webpages and serving on Intex.net and Cyberline.net where I worked.