This site is mostly about my adventures with UNIX based Operating Systems and the hardware they run on. Though you will find modern topics such as Linux and ZFS, you will also find information about vintage computing. For example, how to install BSD on a DEC Pro-350. This is because one of my hobbies is collecting vintage computers, particularly DEC hardware. Once I have a new system working, I enjoy installing the original operating system on it (which is usually some UNIX derivative) and learning all about it.
Though this site may be useful to some people, it also serves as a record for myself of how I did a particulary tricky task. In that regards, it serves as a notebook I can consult when I need to repeat a task in the future.
Speaking of retro, if you're looking to play Madness and the Minotaur on your x86 box, you've come to the right place! Here you will find binaries that I've ported from 6809 to x86 assembly for playing MATM on your favorite x86 operating system, whether it be Linux, BSD, Solaris x86, OS X or Windows. Just click on the Madness tab above to get to the download page. From there, you can get a binary for your operating system, as well as view the sources and get a link to clone the git repository.