The previous version of this site is still available, but most of the
information contained in it is literally five-plus years old. It
may also behave a little odd, given that it's sharing some pages with
this version of the site. Use at your own risk.
If you're looking for information
on Maine Coon cats you've arrived at
the wrong place. While we're facile with the breed we're
not breeders; the domain name is a consequence of having a particularly
bitchy Maine Coon take issue with being moved off the keyboard when
were trying to come up with a name eons ago. If you're
looking for general information on the breed you might try the Cat
Fancier's Maine Coon FAQ or the CFA Maine Coon
breed profile. Finally, for a true labor of love, please visit Roy Nijenkamp mainecoon.nl site.
11 Oct 05
Are you a recepient of a "Possible voice from the past" email? If so
(or if you just want to know how much information a not too terribly
clever pile of code glued together over a weekend can fuse together
about you from public sources on the Internet) you can learn more about
this experiment here.
18 Oct 05 New site released. Hopefully maintenance will occur at
least somewhat more often than it has in the past.
This time around we're going for simple, meaning no frames and trying
to limit navigation to forward, back, up and home. It this proves
to be intractable we'll change it, but for the moment that's the
plan. To that end, here are places you might consider visiting
within the site:
- Information on our public NTP servers
can be found here. You'll
want to check here if you believe that machines from our class C are
running UDP port scans on you; invariably this is because you
inherited the DHCP lease of someone who was clueless or someone on your
network (possibly you) didn't understand what they were doing
configuring their client.
- Google seems to have indexed pages of our four oven Aga being assembled.
We've been living with our Aga for a bit over four years now; our Aga page gives our impressions of it (the
short form is "once you get the fu of it the thing rocks beyond
words") as well as more infomation on what to expect when yours
arrives and how to get used to cooking on it. Safety tip: dinner
rolls left in the back of the roasting oven for three weeks will be converted to
dinner-roll-shaped approximation of carbon aerogels.
- These are our individual personal pages. This is
where you want to go if you want to know about us (individually and
collectively), including our professional interests, avocations and the
- The classiccmp archive
of DEC schematics are here. There is
something just wrong about a DG guy hosting DEC schematics, but that's
the way it worked out.
the moment we're chris at mainecoon.com and jenny at
mainecoon.com. Sorry for the lack of direct email links, but even
with a phalanx of spam filters it makes no sense to provide more
fodder for the spambots.
Enjoy your stay. Polite comments
and questions on material presented here are welcome.