nix.accad.org
Home
Baby
Resume
Egypt
This is my website.
   There are many like it.
      But this one is mine.
Hello and welcome to The Nix.
There is nothing much of great interest here, unless you need to know about me
(something which I doubt very much, but whatever).
Here is a quick rundown of what's on these pages.
  • The Home page, which is where you are now.
  • The Baby Pages (Cute Baby Tux Icon :), picutres, mainly of Nixx versions 2.0 and 3.0,
    also known as Christopher George Accad (released March 25, 2002),
    and Michael George Accad (release June 21, 2004).
  • The Geek Pages, there you will find a copy of my resume (for the obvious reasons)
    in HTML, Plain Text, and RTF Formats.
    The Portfolio section is where I put snapshots of some of the websites I designed
    or worked with, this is an addendum to my resume.
  • The Egypt Pages, there is nothing there yet, but I liked the logo so much I decided
    to just put it there. Content later.
  • The Links page, obvious.
  • The Computer page, tips and tricks about no-so-common problems that I encouter.
    I found a lot of questions about some of them on the newsgroups, so I decided to
    put my solutions to them here.
Well..that's about it.
No, there is no guestbook, chat portal, online diary or even porn.
If you really need to tell me something, just email me, maybe I will answer back :)
Have fun.
Nota Bene:
I do not claim ownership of anything on this site, except of course my resume and the personal pictures. If you like how this looks like and want to see the code, email me and I will be happy to send it your way. The graphics, what little there is anyway, was mostly copied from other webs, if you are the owner of one of those and you object of me using one, please email me and I will remove it right away.
Any resemblance between the above views and those of my employer, my terminal, or the view out of my window are purely coincidental. Any resemblance between the above and my own views is non-deterministic. The question of the existence of views in the absence of anyone to hold them is left as an exercise for the reader. The question of the existence of the reader is left as an exercise for the second god coefficient. (A discussion of non-orthogonal, non-integral polytheism is beyond the scope of this article.)
Stolen .sig, damned if I remmber where it came from.
(none)
 top 
   © 2001-2012