I have a free software page, where you can obtain free software that I have written or helped write.
I gave a talk at SANE'98 in Maastricht about free software. The abstract, full talk and slides are available to download and read.
My PhD thesis is available for downloading.
I have modified and developed the game Spaceships, originally devised by Sion Arrowsmith.
I run the Cambridge G-RIN (Geeks' Registry of Internet Addresses), which is a database of known BCP5 (RFC1918) private network addresses people are using, together with the ability to pick new numbers at random.
I have a collection of interesting quotes. mathew has a larger collection.
There is some information about me, if you're that bored, and details of how to contact me. Note that I have several email addresses; please use the right one.
If you have a silly environment you might find useful a form for typing in a URL. This can be used to defeat silly people who disable the URL entry box in a web browser.
My page full of broken hyperlinks.
Here's an Altavista search form:For an advanced query you'll need to go to Altavista itself.
Greenpeace International's web site.
The American Centre for Democracy and Technology (CDT).
The (American) Cryptography Export Archives. Chiffrement en France. Results of a survey on data encryption and the laws in various countries.
The RAND organisation's million random digits.
A profile of Alice and Bob.
The CIA World Factbook 1994.
The U.S. White House home page.
Maps of European countries and world flags.
The Trojan Room coffee machine.
The Internet Movie Database and its UK mirror site.
BBC TV and Radio programme listings.
The Lout home page. Lout is a batch typesetter which is IMO much nicer than (La)TeX.
Culture Shock, the unofficial Iain M. Banks information site. A science fiction book reviews search engine.
A proposal for a 28-hour day and 6-day week calendar.
The University of Washington's
Society for Human
Sexuality archives. The
The Tao of Programming.
The Cambridge quotes file and GROGGS (the General-Purpose Reverse Ordered Gossip Gathering System).
Reviews of Cambridge restaurants. Submit your own reviews to Gareth McCaughan by email !
The Cambridge Arts Cinema.
Information about the Cambridge Cycling Campaign.
Dave Holland maintains a probably incomplete
The Blacklist of Internet advertisiers.
Internet RFCs (Requests for Comments), FYIs (For Your Information documents) and IENs (Internet Engineering Notes).
The IETF Home Page (the IETF is the Internet Engineering Task Force, and is responsible for the development of the Internet Protocol Suite); A description of the Tao of IETF (a hypertext, possibly-updated version of RFC1718).
8LGM security advisories.
Asked Questions about C (from
Infinite Ink's Finding and Writing FAQs and David Lamb's FAQ Maintenance Aids page.
A Style Guide for writing documents in HTML. Technical aspects of the World Wide Web Project. The Hypertext Markup Language - level 1 and HTML+.
wwwgrab, a Perl script to get WWW resources by HTTP.
The UKUUG Linux SIG home page.
Debian Linux - the FAQ, the bug tracking system, and the mailing list archives.
The UK Unix User Group.
The Hungry Programmers, authors of LessTif and XWord.
Campaign for a non-browser-specific WWW