a little bit of nothing...


I don't know how you ended up here, but nonetheless welcome to my little place on the web. Most people who visit this place usually seek one of two things: Either the various freeware programs I've written over the years, including Windows and Pocket PC applications and games, or my bicycle blog, devoted to folding bicycles and city cycling (in Greek).


May 6th, 2023: A new game is up, let's welcome Pop and Order.

December 18th, 2022: A few more changes for Code breaker are up (online leaderboard, a tutorial to explain the game, minor visual fixes etc).

November 19th, 2022: Calculicious died a tragic death, after its backend host decided to stop offering free plans. At least a new game is now available, Code breaker!

February 17th, 2018: After just 30 months, Calculicious is now available for Android.

May 25th, 2014: How is 5 years for an update? You can breathe now though, because this page has finally been updated to include links to some new software I've written. Welcome Logi, my expense tracking app, and Calculicious, a math-inspired game, for Windows Phone.

September 10th, 2009: After a long period of inactivity ("long" being an understatement) I decided to redesign the site and just include its basic content, without the freeware game reviews, software recommendation and in general without any false promises of frequent updates - I was guilty of promising that way too many times...


Not much to say here really... I am 50, from Greece, currently living in Athens. I have graduated from the Law School of Athens, took my IT MSc from the University of Piraeus and I work as a software engineer. My current job involves database and mobile device programming. Rejoice, I won't bore you with more info.

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