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Zina is not Andromeda

Zina is a graphical interface to your MP3 collection, a personal jukebox, an MP3 streamer. It can run on its own, embeded into an existing website, or as a Drupal module, Wordpress plug-in and Joomla component. It is released under the GNU General Public License v2.

Installing Linux on an AlphaStation 200

WARNING: This is out of date. The SCSI drive on my alpha went kaput and I no longer use this machine. Some of this information may still be helpful, but I think there are better resources out there now...LAST UPDATED: April 1999.

asbutton - AfterStep application launcher

A dockable application launcher for use in AfterStep. I love linux as a server, but I've sort of given up on it in as a deskop environment.

mp3frip - MP3 File Renamer in Perl

This is a mp3 file renamer written in Perl. Since I wrote Zina, I no longer care how my mp3s are named. Hence, it's neglect.

TeacherReview.com

A site I created to foster communication among the student body of the City College of San Francisco. It is an interactive site that lets student evaluate the classroom performance of their instructors. It created a lot of controversy and a lawsuit. I ran it from September 1997 to February 2003, before transfering the data to...

yasp - Yet Another Simple PHP Calendar

Does the world need another simple PHP calendar? Not really. But here you go. No database, no user management, no group functionality, no templating system, not css skinnable. Just a small, easily-modified script and a text file for data. Great for what I use it for.