The most popular feature on this website is the
Generate a few lines of HTML code for a clock to countdown to a
date of your choice and show it in one of several supported languages.
The generated code can simply be pasted into a website or blog.
They are used just like normal bookmarks by clicking on them,
and perform all kinds of small tasks such as making modifications to the page you are viewing.
StatEye Website Statistics
A software package to measure and analyze website traffic.
Made for webservers with CGI capabilities on Linux and UNIX systems.
It rids you of the necessity to have third party code on your site
to measure traffic, not to mention total freedom to make your own
reports. Best of all, it is open source.
As a small contribution to the Firefox community I sometimes write
or build useful things for Firefox.
Including a Google site search plugin generator, which allows you to generate a plugin for
your own site, and an overview of keyboard and mouse shortcuts.
Browser War Checkers
browser war. It is quite difficult to win against the computer, but nonetheless possible.
The classic game where you have to find words on a page of letters.
This version is interactive and allows you to mark the letters and word
that you found by clicking on them.
When you have found all the words you will be notified.
A small number of background images for your computer.
Most are based on our travel photos.
New backgrounds are added every now and then.
1000 Days of Traveling!
In December 2002 we set out for one year of traveling.
The year passed too quickly so we continued for another 21 months!
Visiting: Central America, Eastern Europe, South America and Asia.
Check out our 31 travel updates and more than 1,100 photos.
Pictures of Estonia
Photos of beautiful places in Estonia taken between 1997 and 2014.
Including the leaning lighthouse of Harilaid,
the Kaali meteorite crater and many photos of Tallinn.
As the country is sparsely populated, there many of these
places are not often visited.
Komodo and its Dragons
In the summer of 2001, we visited Komodo (an Indonesian island),
home to the world's largest lizards. They can grow up to 3 meters
long and weigh 100kg! Unfortunately they are an endangered species.
One of the sillier competitions in my life is the country race.
See how far I've gotten and how the competition is doing...
Currently this website contains more than 1,500 pages,
all of it original content, so hopefully you will enjoy exploring it.
I specialize in web based application development and maintainance on Linux and UNIX platforms,
and have also taken an interest in cryptocurrencies.
If interested you can
connect to my networks.
Otto de Voogd