My IPv6 address changed on me and I didn’t realize what was going on, so I thought that my Raspberry Pi 400 had gotten abnormally slow for some reason. Thankfully, it looks like I just had to update my AAAA record at my DNS registrar. Expect more posts soon!
Now on Mastodon
Here’s my Mastodon link: Mastodon.
Fun With OpenVMS
Hi everyone. I apologize for not writing more posts recently. I was planning to write a series about RISC OS and Amiga, but my own retrocomputing interest has taken me in a different direction, and one more relevant to present-day enterprise servers. I’ve been doing a lot of work with OpenVMS recently, because it’s the… Continue reading Fun With OpenVMS
Retrocomputing Series: Overview
An overview of the list of old (pre-2010) computers that I plan to talk about in future blog posts.
The Evils of Capitalism
This post has links to the books I’m currently reading to learn about how capitalism fails society, imperialism in the context of a globalized world, and what we can do to reduce inequality and other evils.
Hosting My Own Site
Some notes on setting up my own WordPress site for my custom DNS domain, with IPv6, HTTPS, and email.
Fixing C++ Exception Handling on NetBSD/vax
Repost from my old blog on fixing C++ exception handling for NetBSD/vax. Originally written in Mar. 2016.
Bitcoin as Fungus
My recent Twitter thread commenting on an essay describing Bitcoin as a fungus intertwined with humanity.
This will hopefully be my last post about the crypto bubble for a while. I feel terrible about myself for spending so much time being distracted by trying to convince people not to “invest” money that they can’t afford to lose into gambling on chance, but I also feel oddly satisfied too, as if I… Continue reading Flocking Behavior
Mainframes Make Money
A summary of my adventures so far teaching myself all about the magical world of mainframes.