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SGML and XML are markup languages used to store documents or data in a computer-readable and portable form. I've been exposed to SGML and XML for quite a while, which resulted in a collection of software tools and tutorials related to these markup languages. You'll find a tutorial to install a complete toolchain for editing and publishing SGML and XML documents on MS Windows, some information about RefDB, my reference manager and bibliography tool for markup languages, and a few other tidbits.
I have a background in clinical pharmacology and used to work as a lab rat. I've written a few pieces of software to make this sort of life more acceptable. Most of these programs are quick hacks to read data from some instrument (if you don't remember lab instruments that are not shipped with a computer, you're too young :-)
Cygwin is a cure for computers infected with Windows. I've ported a few useful Unix applications to Cygwin.
This is an assortment of small scripts that I've found useful.
Nothing of importance, but maybe a nice read for rainy Sunday afternoons: this is my personal history of computing, or rather the history of my personal computing, including a short description of the boxes that run in my very home.