What had you expected? That this page was not under construction? Hahahaaaa!
I'm gonna move to the US for a while (to Petaluma, CA), so here is the page (/) with all the info on it.
For a cool operating system, check out Linux. It is Free Software. If you want freedom, consider supporting Opencontent, the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Debian is probably the most free of all Linux distributions, which is one of the reasons I'm using it. Here is the online version of a Debian book from O'Reilly. Current news about the Debian project can also be be found.
The LinuxTag is the largest Linux fair in Europe, and a cool event for meeting other Linuxers. In 2000, it takes place in Stuttgart, Germany.
I'm belonging to the Linux User Group Stuttgart, the meeting dates are here. LUGs in Germany can be found at Linux.de.
The godly stuff: Emacs and XEmacs. In case you haven't already heard of them, they are editors, but not just normal editors. Gnus, for example, is a full-fledged news- and mailreader, and runs under both Emacsen. See some screenshots from Robin Socha.
If you are afraid dealing with the Gods, try WinEdt, a powerful editor for Windoze.
Metal and Core. Don't try the following links of you don't know what this is.
Pakeni and Nasum are really cool bands, as are Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, good friends of mine (beware, site uses Shockwave).
Two other great bands I just found pages of are Pitch Shifter and Godflesh. That's the hard Industrial style.
Austrian gods Pungent Stench are here, R.I.P. Martin Schirenc is now with Hollenthon.
/ Cudgel Agency: Jens and Besen have a great spectrum of the best music. They are also hosting the / Fuck The Commerce open air, the greatest event for the fans of hard music in Germany. Forget "With Full Force".
A friend of mine has set up a page that specializes in EBM and Industrial music, check it out.
If you encounter dead links on this page, please inform me (/).
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