Some links to interesting documents or places
Free software is not only open source and free to use, distribute and modify,
it's usually better than commercial software. It's also the best counter exemple
for the simplistic utility models for human behaviour.
These are some of the pieces of free software I use and enjoy:
in any of its incarnations. And gcc-glibc, the mother of all software.
A good C guide.
- Apache 2.0
- Emacs (!!!),
xpdf and all the rest...
- Xfig and co., gnuplot, xv.
- Moodle for Course Management.
- Quanta Plus for html editing, Firefox, of course.
- Xlisp-Stat, R, and gcc for scientific computing and graphics.
- grip, xmms,
for mp3 handling.
Are you a Unix newcomer? a Lisper?
Try the Unix
També tinc una petita guia sobre les ordres bàsiques de
Unix escrita en català. Mira-te-la
i pren-la si t'agrada.
And if you're a lisper, you will need access to Steele's
book Common Lisp, The Language"
HTML, Postscript, what else?
We have a copy of the Beginner's
guide to HTML and a copy of the full WWW
Handbook, take a look on it
The complete HTML 4.01 specification is a useful tool.
is an very good translator from TEX or latex to HTML,
free for non-commercial uses. Here we keep
a copy of the manual.
And the A
first guide to Postcript a guide written by
The best academic web site I know
It's Luc's Devroye home page.
Other web pages I like...
Catalan poetry, Antoni Clapès
My computers used to contribute to BOINC projects
These are my numbers, according boinc.synergy:
And some anchor points to...
The Departament d'Economia of
the Universitat Pompeu Fabra
is a pleasing place to live in. I like biking through BCN,
here are some friends,
here are some other.
We also have some pictures for