Dr. Lex' Site (BETA)

Welcome to the Dr. Lex site, providing a diverse collection of things since 1997, ranging from information and software to slightly absurd types of humour.

Old home page screenshot

Other potentially useful pages: the sitemap and the contact page.

Recent updates

New SONAIS cartoon every Tuesday and Friday noon CE(S)T, normally.

  • Most recently added 3D printable models: Bicycle Spoke Reflector, Customizable simple spiral vase mode boxes, Hex Twist surface vase, and Rubber Band Gun remix² 5 shots.
  • Short discussion about the Sony SRD added to 3D cinema article.
  • Another Silly Hack has been added.
  • SONAIS webcomic can now be navigated by swiping or scrolling, next to using the regular hyperlinks.
  • I now provide the OLStats 3.01 source code, since the site originally hosting it seems to be defective.
  • Most recently updated 3D printable models: adjustable grid origin and better efficiency for Customizable Sieve; optional hole for Customizable Screw Cap; updated separate parts version of Flexi Rex with latest model and added dowels; Flexier Rex variant of the Flexi Rex; updated attribution instructions for some models.

ZOMG! What happened to the cool home page?

Long ago, the home page was a big animated clickable image as shown above. It was cool but impractical to maintain, and it would also be awkward on present-day mobile devices. I still intend to make a worthy future-proof replacement (which is why I labelled this page as ‘BETA’), but for now you will have to make do with this spartan design where the above list of down-to-earth text links take you to the topics in which the site is divided.

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Debian Linux

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