I've decided it's probably worth putting re-runs of some of my usenet posts on the interwebs, since that's where people seem to expect to see that sort of thing these days.
Check out my sliderule program for Windows. This came about while I was trying to figure out how to do MFC stuff at my day job. Making an XLib version that I can use at home is still on the to-do list.
I have an announcement for a reformation day party, the first non-recycled joke I've come up with in a long time.
Since somebody commented on it, I might as well make my sigmonster (and a sample .sigs file) available. Feed sigmonster.c to your favorite C compiler, and copy the sample .sigs file to ".sigs" in the directory you're running the program from; it will create a file called .signature (also in that directory) with a randomly selected signature from the .sigs file. (For unix people, you can put .sigs in your home directory and run the sigmonster from your .profile (or something else that runs when you log in or when the shell starts), and .signature will be created appropriately for the various programs that use it. Non-unix people are on their own.)
You can check out my resume, if you really want to.
I expect that things will slowly accumulate as time goes on, so it might be worth checking back in a few years.