On this page, you'll find more information about myself (and my interests for Louis de Funès' works), as well as some technical data about the website itself (web hosting, domain names, statistics, news...).
As you may already know, my name is Maxime Abbey. I was born on October 28th 1985 in Reims, in the Champagne-Ardenne region of France.
I started to laugh from Louis de Funès' jokes as a child. I would be unable to tell how old I was then, but it seems that he always made me laugh. And, although I needed some years to understand all the details of his scene games, I only had and still have to view one of his face games to laugh.
Even if I don't consider myself, with a strong meaning, as a die-hard fan of Louis de Funès, like some other people managing websites about the actor, he's the artist on which I own the most information and supports, either multimedia or not (CD, DVD, books...).
As an IT enthusiast, I decided to make a tribute to his talent with this website, aimed to be a complement to the other ones available on the Web, rather than a challenger, being, for example, one of the very few available in English.
That said, you can also to read the articles below, in case you'd be interested by the technical aspects of this website. I also invite you to discover my other websites at http://maxime.abbey.free.fr, including Arachnosoft, focusing on my own musical and IT creations.
As a conclusion, I'd like to remind you that your support is essential so I can continue to work on my free time. As a result, don't hesitate to contact me by e-mail, for any reason, by going to this page; any feedback is always appreciated!
This website has been designed for a minimal screen resolution of 800x600 pixels. However, higher resolution is recommended for improved browsing comfort; you can choose to view the website's pages with an automatic size, so they can suit your screen's display resolution.
It has been tested and optimized for Internet Explorer version 5.5 and higher, but also for Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Safari; the web pages being W3C-compliant, you should also be able to browse them with other web browsers, such as Konqueror or Google Chrome.