Object & components
Tens of thousands of interesting pages about object-orientation and component-orientation exist on the Internet.
This is where the Cetus Links come in: They offer quick access and a comprehensive overview of each subject.
Choosing the right colors is important, finding web safe colors can be difficult.
To validate your html and CCS, use the standards available at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Statistics, tips etc on the web at echoecho.com.
Many stories exists about computer security problems. Don't accept anything you read or hear !
Start with some trusted sources, such as CERT, CIAC, SANS or security.nl (Dutch website).
More information on IDS (intrusion detection) and sniffers try nessus, snort or packetstorm.
You think your wireless lan is safe, read netstumbler first.
Trying to track some actions on a network ?, comparison of logfiles with different time stamps will be impossible.
Try to synchronise the time between computers, start at the NTP website.
In this Internet era, networking knowledge is a must for every IT professional.
Some networking manufacturers are trying to train every web surfer.
InformIT thinks your brain is an animal, feed it!
Are you ready for the microsoft exams ?
Every internet user has some thoughts about network speed, the article "It's the Latency, Stupid" explains some of the mysteries about bandwidth, capacity and latency.
Did you ever want to find out who's behind a certain IP number? Or what other people
can find out about you?
Try ip2name or GRC
Some people are waiting for Star Trek gadgets, others look for PDA and handhelds on the web, even Linux and Open Source is available for this hardware.
The next generation computer chips brings this even closer.