Hello, I'm irb. You might be wondering what "irb" means; well, some say it
stands for "Industrial Radiation Burns". Others say "It Really Boots!" or "I
Remember Blackadder". I've even heard people talk about Irksome Random Bits
(especially because I Read Books). If you want to know the truth though, it's
really bloated, at least according to the implacable recidivist bourgeosie.
This is a personal site and hardly ever gets updated. What you're looking at
now will be remarkably similar to what you'll be looking at if you check
2015 (that is, of course, if we haven't suffered
total annihilation at the hands of our triggerhappy overlords by then). As
such, it will probably be of little use to people who either don't know me or
don't want my PGP keys
. (see below); it is not
any sort of "construction", uses no <blink> tags, and is so standards
compliant it is being reccomended as an RFC.
Note: This site, this page really, was written in ... oh, must be 2002 or
something, in HTML4 strict. I've "upgraded" it to XHTML and, in the process,
nearly hurt myself looking at the source. Tables? Width specs? My word. Most
of that is gone now and you can safely return to your lives unassaulted by
hypertext markup nightmares.
Capitulation to the fickle demands of the liquor-ridden masses
"You're a spoiled, self-indulgent, willfull, dirty-minded, liquor-ridden..."
Okay, fine. Maybe I will update this silly thing from now on. No promises though.
, my paper.li
site. (Gun Rights Today
is also popular)
, the actual Hexenhammer.
, where the bad people are.
Playing with github
, but don't want to pay for it (yet?).
For many years I have been looking for a simple way to keep config files in
a repository (so you can roll back changes, deploy them on new machines,
etc). I hacked together a clever GNU Make / CVS monstrosity back in 2000 or
so, and made a half-hearted stab at recreating it with Subversion. It looks
like git may be what I'm looking for though, because I can commit to a
local repository and make further changes there without mucking up the
central server with a bunch of garbage other clients don't need, want, or
care about (and I don't want to set up puppet just so I can sync changes to
~user/.vimrc). (Also, cfengine is evil; and not in a fun way.)
Also, you can find me on the air at KF7SJD.
Resume / Employment
Too bad! I've got a job.
PGP: the crypto-wonder drug in vogue
These are my current, active GnuPG
keys; a complete listing is also available
Key ID: 0xC520684E
2637 BD85 7C3D CCA4 0F12 60F5 5223 782E C520 684E
American Airlines Key
Key ID: 0x912BB9EE
69C8 4B70 8D2A 3BD6 4D16 E328 2355 E365 912B B9EE
Also, I've been playing with Bitcoin
lately. I like the idea of decentralized banking.
You should send BTC to that address.