The Home Of Nebe Barnett
Concept and Organization ©1996-2000 Ian Nebe Barnett
Original Material and Scripting Code ©1997-2000 Ian Nebe Barnett

This site is maintained using:

HTMLpad v1.1 for editing, Internet Explorer v5.01 for developing, Netscape Navigator v4.08 for compatiblity testing, CuteFTP 32 v1.4 b7 for remote-server access, LView Pro 32 v1.D4 for graphics processing,

running under MS Windows 98 on a Celeron 450 - 128MB - 26GB
on a 4-node multi-server LAN connected to the 'net by cable modem.
Work in progress is available at

This site is hosted on a 450 MHz Pentium II server 128MB - 11.6GB at Pair Networks and utilizes 4-way redundant DS3 connections. Please mention ID# 02941 if ordering service from them. For Site Design contact
All original photos on this site were taken with a Sony CCD-FX710 Hi8 camcorder and a Play, Inc. Snappy video capture unit, except the shot of me on the front page which was taken with a flatbed scanner.
This site uses "cookies" to facilitate certain functions; no data beyond simple counters are retrieved from your browser.
The rotating ads also utilize cookies sent from their servers along with the ad graphics to determine if the ad gets clicked on or not.

System Requirements

This site is optimized for 1024x768 resolution, but most pages will automagically reformat themselves for 640x480 and 800x600.
Color depth of at least 16 bits (65536 colors) is recommended.
JavaScript support recommended but not required.

This site has been fully tested with the following browsers:
  • Microsoft Windows 98 w/ IE 5.01
  • Netscape Navigator 4.08 (Win32)
Portions of this site have also been tested with:
  • Netscape Navigator 4.72 (Linux)
  • America Online 4.0x (Win32)
  • Lynx (Linux, FreeBSD)
True Type Fonts used:
Times New Roman, Arial, Tahoma, Trebuchet, Verdana, Comic Sans, Courier New, Andale, Symbol (Symbol),
Trekker, Eyechart, Letter Gothic, Slicker, Technical, Diploma, Stinger, Cookie
(TTF files can be downloaded to a temp dir, then dragged to the Windows\Fonts dir to install them. They work on Mac's too, but don't ask me how...)

Current as of 4.15.00