Well, you've found my home page. This started as a place to hold a bunch of stuff about how to configure Linux to work with XMission, my ISP at the time. It grew into a general place to put all my stuff. Originally it was hand-coded HTML, with the passage of time I decided to move it to Google Sites to get a more modern look.
Why Silverglass Technical? Well, that's a long story dating back to around 1981 or so. It was originally going to be the name of the organization in a role-playing game I was setting up. And when I went to create a personal site, I decided it'd make a good name for that too. And it fits, because a lot of the stuff I was using the site for was technical in nature.
What's available on the site (see the sidebar for links):
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