(not to be confused with Zygo Blaxell's Home Directory or Zygo Blaxell's Wiki Home).
If you want to hire a Linux software developer, check out my resume.
After a fire, the death of several web server machines, several changes
of ISP, a separation, three moves, and five domain names, my home page is
finally back on the Internet. This time, I own the domain name, I own
and define the administrative policy for the server the pages are hosted
on, and I have off-site backups.
Man, I am really tempting fate when I say things
Until recently, I worked at
eSight where I make Linux power
assistive technology medical devices. I'm now looking for my next
By night, I develop open-source software for
Linux, most of which never gets
released because I'm either lazy or a perfectionist. You can
read about projects I'm working on (or have worked on) on my
Using GeoIP data for spam filtering
Not quite sure how well it works yet, but it produces pretty pictures.
XChat + Festival Insanity
I was fiddling around with XChat audio notifications ("beeps") when it
suddenly occurred to me: what if, instead of making an annoying beeping
noise on private messages and highlighted nicks, XChat fed the text
directly into a speech synthesizer? The result is my
XChat Festival Plugin.
I Am Not An Artist, And I Can Prove It.
I've spent way too much time toying with
The GIMP. GNU makes it too easy to
play with penguins.
I waste bandwidth--digital and analog--with randomly generated TV art.
Ow! My Eyes! Can I just read something instead?
I've written some articles for various
public fora, some of which have received more attention than I expected and
some a lot less.
My old GPG public key, which has expired by now.
I have a new one on the keyservers...