Welcome to OrbitalAir
OrbitalAir is the website for the Robertsons.
August 14, 2004
Whew, long time between updates. In June I started a new hobby, motorcycles.
Anything to get outside and do stuff. And the feeling of flying is great.
So I added a page for that, and deleted some older useless pages.
I need to make all this easier to update. Ah, one day.
March 6, 2002
Well we've been switched yet again. This time due to @Home going out of business. So we've had to move the website and tell everyone about our new email. A royal pain. You'd think some smartass network engineers would have a system to allow people to move services without any trouble. Oh wait, but you have to pay bigbucks for that.
Still looking for a programming job, so check out the resume page.
November 15, 2001
A very funny pic I made from 2 very funny photos on the web.
Windows XP faux pas (600kb)[deleted, 8-14-2004, jmr]
I am working on a blackbox theme.
November 14, 2001
Restructured the website to be runnable from a Compaq Aero 1550 handheld with the embedded webserver. So don't complain, its just a 70Mhz MIPS chip on a 10BaseT line. I am also thinking of pulling Anvil off SourceForge.
October 23, 2001
My GPG 1.0.6 Public Key, get it now.
All Americans should use encryption.
For Sale stuff removed.
I am looking for full time work again.
July 25, 2001
Revised site for posting to @Home website.
DotComQuest, my previous webhost was the victim of a hostile takeover...
Project:Anvil has been hosted at SourceForge, http://projectanvil.sourceforge.net.
Removed a lot of old pages, reformatted images to png from gif just to screw Unisys.
April 11, 2001
Updated the For Sale section.
Added a new Project:Anvil section.
August 18, 2000
A discussion of the Slackware Packaging System as it exists and some things to add. See the Linux page.
July 31, 2000
Updated the For-Sale page again.
Updated some pics.
July 1, 2000
Updated the For-Sale page. Not too much left.
Added a VB page to the programming list.
Updated the Python page.
January 1, 2000
We have a new look around here, hopefully I won't have to change ISPs yet again. Look around and see what we have, hopefully content will expand to include more than just programming.