Welcome to What The Hell Did I Just Find On YouTube, “relevant to Epidiah@dice.camp ‘s interests” edition:
Maybe I should just make a Neocities page, with handwritten html, my new home on the web. https://neocities.org/
Have some Airwolf. https://youtu.be/l8syGlAMTKA
If you can boost, that'd be great: I'm still looking for work (Can't seem to find anything and it's killing me) I do freelance work and I'm looking for a job that's tech-adjacent at least.
I am compent with SQL, PHP, HTML, CSS, Python(mostly 3, but I can do 2.7) and UI/UX Design. Also good at research, and non-fiction writing
Freelance or Full-time or Part-time work is fine. Need something.
I just was looking at a thing set in the 90s, presented as an artifact from those days — an email composed at a terminal — and an anachronism leaped out at me? Because in the 90s people on the internet didn’t put question marks after declarative sentences? To indicate some kind of characteristic Millennial diffidence or something?
I had never bought a domain in this the era of crazy TLDs. (Hello, dice.camp!). I only owned a few domains and they were all bought years ago. Imagine my joy when in order to have a domain to try out a Web app (Nextcloud) at, I was able to score “spacewizard.space”. I will probably toss that Nextcloud instance aside (it’s neat but I’ve no use for it), but I’m sure the spacewizard.space domain name will come in handy somehow!
From the “SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY” department —
The Fablestone Dice Bone Origins guy has a new Weird-Ass D6 kickstarter going.
@Epidiah you know you need it for Swords
I like jewels and skulls and swords and sorceries and dice
A Mastodon instance for tabletop gamers.