Category: Aquarionics

I fell out of the habit of writing in 2016. Well, kind of. My Facebook output skyrocketed, and the number of things that went on outputs I actually own fell a lot. I’ve got a lot of things in the…

This site uses two kinds of cookies. First, two or three cookies are set by the WordPress platform to maintain a relationship between your browser and the back-end system, these expire when your browser is closed. The third of these…

Cenote, the server which hosts Aquarionics and 64 other sites of varying complexity, has better things to do than spend its CPU and bandwidth on static content. It’s set up with a memory-limited version of Apache (which I can retune…

I’m clearing out the drafts folder for Aquarionics. All these come from posts that will never be finished. Event. July 2010: Last night, in between dreaming of the great hall of beds in Oxford University and arguing with my girlfriend…

I’m a little backed up on blog posts right now, mostly because there are a couple I want to get _right_ which generally stops me posting anything at all until they are. Yeah, I’m stupid. Anyway, I’m going to attempt…

I was eighteen ten years ago. I’d not really had a girlfriend, I was getting into this “Social Internet” thing (I’d been to several AFE meets and a couple of AFP ones), I was just starting at university. I’ve moved…

The site as it started was an extension of my interest in games, and to find out how this “web” thing worked. Later, it became an extension of my life at school, injokes and bits. When I hit Uni, it…

Originally, Aquarionics was straight HTML written in EditPlus on my non-internetted computer (ah, the year 2000), transfered to zip disk, brought to University and uploaded. My first hosts – Pennyhost – ran windows-based servers which supported server side includes, which…

The journal really started as part of the old Aquarion site back on Netmanor. I was keeping a daily-ish diary of what I was doing and thinking, mostly as an exercise to keep me writing. Most of the entries for…

Livejournal’s rss feed system sucks goat balls. Please do not comment on the LJ feed, because I don’t get notified and I’m unlikely to notice it. (Not that I get a huge flood of comments in any form, but the…