Welcome to killerbee13's Semipublic Website!
This is my personal website, accessible from the internet but not very significant to anyone except my friends. Hence, it is "semipublic". Here, you can find a large number of poorly-connected projects with varying degrees of utility. Someday, I'll make a list of everything here and ensure that no pages are orphaned.
This entire site is available over HTTPS. If you are on the unsecure site, you should see a link with the text "Secure" at the top of the page. Click that, or this link to be directed to the secure version.
In general, links will stay on one protocol or the other, but there are a few scattered links that will take you to the HTTPS site. Eventually, the server will just redirect unconditionally to the HTTPS version, but so far I haven't set that up.
If anything on this site appears to be broken, use a better browser (Basically, not IE). If you are using a good browser, complain to me.
Please tell me what you think of the new dark theme. For comparison, this is the old one. These links set your theme temporarily; you can use the "Themes" dropdown menu at the top of the page to select a permanent theme. Reset.
Some notable resources on this site:
- My C++ Algorithm Intuition table.
- WordGen, my word/sentence generator.
- Unit Conversions (Provided by GNU Units)
- The Wiki ko Ailhaotnůṙ (Calendar/Clock visualizer)
- Roman Numeral Conversions
- KwadKraft Minecraft Survival Server
- Random Word of the Indeterminate Time Interval
- An old software recommendation list I wrote when I still used Windows.
- RPG stuff
killerbee13's Random Word of the Indeterminate Time Interval
Everyone knows what a horse is.
Polish: Koń jaki jest, każdy widzi.
(Nowe Ateny, p. 475)
"A constructed language; a language that has been artificially constructed, such as Esperanto, Quenya or Klingon"
"Wearing a hat"
"a point of time; especially one made critical by a concurrence of circumstances"
"An object whose parts, at infinitely many levels of magnification, appear geometrically similar to the whole. Fractals are used in the design of compact antennas and for computer modeling of natural-looking structures like clouds and trees."
(The Free Dictionary)
"a very hard mineral that consists of aluminum oxide occurring in massive and crystalline forms, that can be synthesized, and that is used for gemstones (as ruby and sapphire) and as an abrasive"
"seeming to be seen everywhere"
"a. marked by convexity or swelling; b. (of the moon or a planet) seen with more than half but not all of the apparent disk illuminated"
"timepiece; especially one designed to keep time with great accuracy"
"to be unable or unwilling to make a clear decision about what to do"
(Merriam-Webster, Sense 2)
"1. having or seeming to have no end; 2. continuing for a very long time"
"of or relating to a degree of roughness of the earth's surface comparable to that now existing"
Software I Kinda Liked or Something
This is just a list of stuff that I would probably install if I had a new Windows install I had to use for something. Look, I wrote most of this in high school when I thought being a FOSSbro made me clever or something, and that this was a decent style. I don't even know if these links still work.
- Blackbox for Windows
- "Absolutely the best way I ever broke a Windows install beyond recognition. 10/10." — killerbee13
- Debian GNU/Linux
- Look, you should've known what kind of list this was
- Everything Search Engine
- Search your whole PC almost instantly. This one is actually really great. The one thing I miss about using Windows.
- Process Hacker
- Like Windows Task Manager, but with bigger lists
- MagicISO Virtual CD/DVD
- Create fake CD/DVD drives
- CD tools
- CPUID CPU-Z
- Hardware information viewer
- View your pictures
- View the documents
- VLC Media Player
- Play that media
- Draw something nice
- The GIMP
- Draw something fancy
- Edit some audio
- Edit some text
- Edit some more text
- Manage some archives
- Revo Uninstaller Free
- It's the easiest-to-use software uninstaller, it gets most things
- Auslogics Disk Defrag
- Do you even still need these in
Maybe sometime I should give this its own page and include screenshots... Or maybe not because there's a million of those.
I reworked this section to use a description list, which is one of those features of HTML that's horridly ugly by default, so nobody ever talks about it. Now there's less presentation in the markup, and it's styled so it should look at least as good as before.Top