Once upon a time I had plenty of free time. I had much more of a website back then. A blog I ran myself, and more information on my main page. But I got busy, so all of that got outdated. So now I've got just a very simple page that takes less time to update. The interesting bits are out somewhere on the internet.
A Sonoma County native. A Linux geek; my brain runs Unix.
For a living, I refine laziness to new levels. I won't be happy until there's robots that take care of everything but the fun stuff, especially including the laborious chores of taking care of the other robots. These robots will have to defend us from the monkeys, ninjas and pirates, until they master robo-diplomacy, join forces into a crazy cybernetic, peg-leg, banana-eating, invisible army of laziness-assistance.
But seriously, I do computer stuff. And I solve problems. Without monkeys (yet).
It's an homage to old green on black terminals. Or something like that. All the cool people use a green on black terminal window. Unless they're color-blind, in which case they probably use something they can actually see clearly. If you are color-blind and there's a big funky looking thing in the upper-left of this page or just a mysterious blank area: it's just a blown up ‘e’. It's meant to remind you of the pixel layout on a C=64 or something like that, except that the actual pixel layouts for those fonts tend to look funnier when blown up like this.
Yup. But I'm lazy. Even maintaining software that makes a website takes time. I prefer free outsourcing. I'd rather be sleeping in, or sipping a fine single-malt