Het ICCE was er snel bij om een webserver te draaien. Ik kan het jaar niet terugvinden maar het zou me verbazen als het niet 1992 of 1993 was.
Archive.org heeft op 8 juli 1997 voor het eerst een dump van de pagina gemaakt.
De inhoud is ongeveer het volgende:
Handy for your Cruise Missiles:
The ICCE is located at latitude N 53:12:53, longitude E 006:33:18.
(Used earth model: WGS 84)
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Welcome visitor, now please do…
since 18-Oct-95this first!
elcome to the Homepage of the
ICCE at the University of Groningen.
Welcome to the homepage of the ICCE (Department of Educational Technology)
at the University of Groningen. Below you’ll find the menu to choose from.
We always like getting feedback: don’t hesitate to contact us if you have
any questions or remarks on the services provided here.
A total of
documents were requested by different hosts.
Since 1-Mar-1995; updated once a day.
Nice to know: ICCE-port numbers
If you have telnet available, you can use that program to do
some nice things with our computers, even though you might not have an
actual account with us:
- The command telnet suffix.icce.rug.nl 13 provides you
with (a very close approximation to) the official time in the
Netherlands: (which is UTC + 1 (+2 when DST is active)).
Actually, any of our computers can be used for that purpose,
but suffix happens to be our primary time-server.
- The command telnet dm.icce.rug.nl 4000 opens up
the Dutch Mountains for you: a mud-game. If
your WWW-browser allows you to, this might get you
to the Dutch Mountains
- The following ports on cookie.icce.rug.nl provide
fortune cookies, be they Linux cookies or general
ones (you can’t eat them, but they’re very tasty):
- telnet cookie.icce.rug.nl 4001: generic cookies.
- telnet cookie.icce.rug.nl 4002: Linux-specific cookies.
- telnet cookie.icce.rug.nl 4003: all of the Linux-cookies.
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Generally, all information made available via this WWW-server is available
free of charge, in the way it is described in the Gnu
General Public License. However note that all information made available
here is copyrighted by the ICCE. You are therefore not allowed to
retrieve information from this site, modify it, and redistribute it again
without our prior consent. Also, you are not allowed to charge any money if
you make our information available to third parties, unless we explicitly
agree. Agreements consist of your email in which you request
permission to redistribute our information, and our answer in which
we grant this permission.
We can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or, if
your browser supports forms, by clicking here.
Furthermore, much information is made available under the same set of rules in
our anonymous ftp site:
ftp.icce.rug.nl, where you’ll
find most information from this server in the
Software is mainly located in the
If you have any questions or comments about www.icce.rug.nl, we can be reached
by e-mail at email@example.com or, if your browser supports
forms, by using a form.
Our surface mail and visiting address is here.
Apart from any e-mails, we would very much appreciate your support-statement
about the facilities we provide. If you want to express your support, please
do so by providing your name and e-mail address
in this form. Also, have you signed our guestbook yet?
Thank you for your support!
What we have for you
meteorology links, containing satellite images of Europe’s
weather, and synoptical charts, as well as links to other
- Version 4.0.0. of our C++
Annotations: The preliminary version of the annotations
(for C/C++ programmers) is being expanded and receives a
lot of editorial attention. It’s still preliminary but it already
contains more information than the `official’
3.4.14 version. Some sections in 4.0.0, however,
are still under construction. But I do my best to fill an empty
section every day now.
Color mixer for X, also shows the system-defined colors. Only
The ICCE and its staff.
Other Educational Technology and Education
Access to Other Sites.
We now also feature sound. Your client must of course be able to play
the recorded sounds. Usually this requires some hardware. Sounds until now
were not generated automatically, but only on request. One such example is
found here. And our first automagically created entry
can be found here where you will here your
computer recite a famous Dutch songline.
Frank B. Brokken
Jul, 08 1997