for betamax, the world for vhs; i for amiga, the world for ibm clones.
is a euphemism for national division.
...it's an e.e. cummings
Welcome to my nightmare, I
think you're gonna like
it......wait, that's not my line. Let's try that again.
Welcome to yet another of my
little corners in cyberspace.
you've arrived here via a search-engine result or from a link at my Time-Warner
website, then you may
have already noticed two important aspects on this page: The
first is that I am making a concerted effort to capitalize.
you believe it? e.e. cummings is either turning in his grave
rejoicing that i am no longer subconsciously mimicking him.)
The second is that this website is still relatively unadorned.
So why the second website?
Adelphia (now Time
Warner) only provides 10MB of web space, and the focus of Kimnach.org
family. I am creating this site primarily as
a repository of family history (most of which you cannot see),
exchange, and multimedia--all of which require massive amounts of
storage. Some familiar information will be publicly
while most multimedia will be available to only those having a
password and those links cannot be found on these pages.
This is not to say that this
web-site is myopic: I will add
other information here. For example, my "lofty goals," for
which I still do not seem to have time, will be included here. (Will I
ever have time?) These goals include the math and engineering
tutorials, on-line compound miter calculator with 3D visualization,
etc. as mentioned in my
roadrunner website, which I will
begin migrating to kimnach.org.
One other point: If you cannot
understand something then it's
probably because it's written poorly, written in Hungarian, or poorly
written in Hungarian:-) I still type fast, so capitalization
grammar will suffer. Compound that with switching between two
languages (i.e., software mapping of an English-101 keyboard) and we'll
just have to see what the results are. Just send me an e-mail
asking for clarification. Also, for now I shall have
text on the same page as English--this will eventually change to
completely separate pages.
index for this site with active and To
Done (TBD) links:
Kimnach family pictures and
multimedia file sharing
(password protected) / Kimnach-család
képek és audiovizuálisfilek
members and friends may
request a password below. Note
that this is only for family, friends, or acquaintances with whom I am
familiar. If you are
potentially family, friend, or acquaintance, the provision of a
password is strictly up to me
after you have provided necessary and sufficient information.
családtagnak és barátoknak szivessen
kiadom jelszót. Ismeretlen vagyonís
potenciális családtagnak kiadom
kimnach-származatást vagyonis barátsággát.
pages (private) /
család érdeklo lapok
under construction / építkezés alatt
These pages deal with the application of X10
products in my house. I use Active Home Pro as the
These pages will include some information
about the construction of my pole-building (as a reference for some
contemplating how-to and "what" to or not to build), some of my
projects, tutorials/calculator, etc.
My 24'x24' pole
building. Plans, pictures, and
description. Currently a very minimal page.
Expanded compound miter
All pages can be accessed from this Home Network
from the links below.
I am still using my Amigas
(A4000/Toaster/Flyer for video work and an A2000 for web surfing,
e-mail, and miscellaneous "stuff"), and will write about my on-going
experiences. These pages are definitely TBD
video between the Flyer's
VTASC and MPEG-based editors.
Using the Siamese RTG
hardware/software. Although my
4000 now has a Picasso IV card, I used to use the Siamese system to
retarget my VT/Flyer onto a Windows box.
Again, I had written about
the initial build-up in April 2007; however, it has morphed into a much
more capable machine.
machine is a Gigabyte
system with XP (64-bit) Professional.
Presently it's used for design (e.g., Cutlist Pro),
Home Automation, and A/V (e.g., Photodex
Producer) work and other apps.
There aren't alot of 64-bit
apps out there right now, but I felt comfortable upgrading to this
system with the anticipation that I can take full advantage of it in
the near future.
Other computers in my
house. Since my first
exposure to these binary wonders at St.
of '79), I've
been somewhat enthralled by them. My first "real" computer
was a C-64 for many years, then an Amiga 2000, then a 286-based
box (to do some of my work at home), then....My home now has eight
operational computers: five x86 boxes and three 68k-based (i.e.,
Amigas). I guess the only reason I mention this is that these
pages will focus on networking and how Amigas can tolerate Windoze.
various aspects of installing a
computer in my 1988 IROC-Z and miscellaneous aspects of my car.
NASA related stuff.: Just visit NASA.GOV for all
sorts of great info, multimedia, and student & teachers' guides.
Miscellaneous pictures and
Rocklords. I owe
it to Ben (our mascot, of the Fantastic
4) to find pictures and videos of our softball team......oh, the
parties! These pages are private also.
Going through some old
pictures, I came across some of the
Hungarian Theater and Dance Company of Cleveland (member 1977-85)
(member, 1995). Both groups performed Hungarian
I'll scan some and post them here....
Lastly, these pages are created
using a suite of tools. Some
pages are created on my Amiga 2000 or 4000 with a text-editor (gold-ed)
or Metal-web. Other pages may be created on my Wintel box, using a text
editor, HotMetal 4 (archaic), or Nvu. I've finally reached
the tool (i.e., computer platform or software package) I use isn't that
important.....But you'll still have to pry my Amigas out of my cold,