Monthly Archives: July 2004


I’ve just submitted one of my TCL scripts to the script archivebffind.tcl. Basically what it does is that it can dynamically leech player information off, a huge European Battlefield 1942 server tracking website. It can find out where someone is playing right now and what his/her statistics are (flags taken per minute, kill/death rate etcetera). Furthermore it can produce a list of top clan players or find a server by name. It’s the same script my eggdrop CI has been using for years.

I might publish some more of my TCL scripts later. For now I hope people are gonna like bffind.tcl :)

update @ 26th July 2004 1:20 — has added my script to the database

Michael Moore

The great Michael Moore started blogging a few days ago. At the moment he’s mostly bragging about how well Fahrenheit 9/11 is doing in U.S. theaters but I’m sure he’ll have more interesting stuff to post in the future.

What do I think of him? He’s really convincing – after seeing Bowling for Columbine I was totally pro Moore and contra U.S. gun laws and the NRA. But a while after I spotted a few sites like and, which make me question Moores stories.

In the end I do not know who to believe but Moore certainly keeps the discussions active :)

IE6: allow http username

Found this on a forum I regularly visit:

Microsoft stopped supporting the ‘’ adressing format in IE with the windows update released at february 2. To re-enable this:

1. Create a txt file and put the code shown below inside of it then it rename to passfix.reg 2. Find the saved file and double click on it When asked if you want to add the file to the registry, answer YES

Code: REGEDIT4 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftInternet ExplorerMainFeatureControl] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftInternet ExplorerMainFeatureControlFEATURE_HTTP_USERNAME_PASSWORD_DISABLE] “iexplore.exe”=dword:00000000 “explorer.exe”=dword:00000000

Doing this will allow you to visit this site using the “leet” url :p