Updates: May 2002

May 27, 2002
I hope you all had a great Memorial Day weekend!  I know I did!   Let us never forget the sacrifices of others that allow us to enjoy the freedoms we hold so dear.

Now for the updates:  I added more Member Sites as usual!

Also added Simple DNS Plus to Server Software which is software to run your own DNS servers from home.  Might be interesting to some of you.  It's not free, but may be worth it if you really need it.

Finally, I'm looking a for a few volunteers who are willing to be moderators in our online forums.  The forums have grown quite a bit and it's become impossible for me to keep track of everything myself.  If you are interested, drop me an email and we'll talk about it.

May 11, 2002
I added a new webserver software to our Server Software section.  It's called Small HTTP Server and it supports HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, POP3, and Perl.  Seems very interesting.  You have to register after a time period but registration is only $12.  May be worth it.

A few more entries to our Member Sites page.  Check it out.

May 5, 2002
I am very happy to announce that we now have a new advertiser for our site!  Remember, our advertisers make this site possible so we thank them for their support.  Please visit our newest advertiser by clicking on the banner below.

We also have several new entries on our Member Sites page.  Make sure to take a look and see what other people are doing!

One thing that I've been thinking about lately is the lack of Step-by-Step articles for port forwarding.  We have two for the Linksys router, but none for the dozens of other types of routers out there.  I personally cannot write a guide for every router out there, but maybe you guys can.  If you are interested in putting together a short and sweet Step-by-Step article on how to enable port forwarding on your particular brand router, please drop me an email.  We'll work out the details.