Van Houtenkerk Weesp

This is the third (and since the loss of the Lutherse Kerk perhaps the last) church I have made a slide show of. The smallest and the youngest (1904). Founded by the ladies Van Houten, of the famous chocolate factory. I also climbed the towers of the other churches in Weesp last saturday, images will follow later. A panorama viewas a first: The other churches are the RK Kerk and the Grote Kerk, older slideshows: Continue reading Van Houtenkerk Weesp

La Turbie, 1975

During the summer of 1975 we traveled through France, and it marked the beginning of my interests in visiting the Roman remains scattered all over Europe, the Middle East and North of Africa. My travel website documents many adventures. 1975 is long ago, so not all memories are in good order. In the south of  France I made slides of  a roman ruine tower, and until yesterday forgot completely where and the name of the thing.  This week I bought the book The Roman Remains of Southern France, a Guidebook, by James Bromwich. This book helped me identify the site, its is … Continue reading La Turbie, 1975

CMS Made Simple and the Beginner’s Guide

For several years my websites run on popular opensource packages, based upon MySQL and PHP. This blog runs on WordPress, the other sites  (Personal Interest,  Travel,  Weesp,  Retro Computing,  Pascal for Small Computers) on a content management system,  CMS Made Simple. And there is the retro forum based upon PHPBB. I selected CMS Made Simple  several years ago (see this blog) and this package, now at version 1.7, has lived up to my expectations.  With two themes and five websites it has helped me enormously to maintain the websites. Once configured right, adding content is not requiring any but basic skills. … Continue reading CMS Made Simple and the Beginner’s Guide