Back in 1999 Marc needed some software to rename thousands of files, and after spending hours scouring the internet for something suitable, he gave up. Marc already had 7 years experience in Turbo Pascal and Delphi by this time, so he decided to write his own. A fortnight later, he was done. Marc found the program so useful, he decided to upload it to a few websites and forgot about it for a year. Next time he checked, it had been included in a French free newspaper and had dozens of great reviews, references all over the internet. The software had a few bugs and a lot Marc wanted to improve upon, but the web was fast becoming the way to go. Marc abandoned the project, the domain it was hosted on (nerdgeneration.com) and moved on.
Fast forward 11 years: Links and references to the software are still spread around the internet. The domain has been taken and abused by some cyber-squatters.
Partly due to the overhaul of Lamped, and somewhat due to the level of existing links and references to the software, Marc decided to re-host it.