Alas, after almost two decades of providing me incredibly high price/performance ISP service (including CONUS dialup), RadixNet has announced it must go out of business (know anybody that sells UNIX shell timesharing/web page hosting inside an ISP with full network tools for $250 a year?). At that time this site will go away at this URL and email to email@example.com will begin bouncing—no forwarding. As soon as I have decided what to do about this situation, I will update this section. Meanwhile, I may be officially changing my email address to firstname.lastname@example.org which is already established and will continue in service as long as gmail remains so affordable; thus, if it works for you to change your address book entry for me to that address now, go for it. As for this web site, I have received privileges from Rick Troth aka Sir Santa on a zLinux instance he has and am evaluating it for official migration. So if you'd like a taste of mainframe Linux web service and/or would like to help me evaluate this rascal, click on over to http://dlc.casita.net/~dlc (the /~dlc is temporary) and let me know how that goes, if you please.
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