So there are already 6 million Linux pages out there, but why shouldn't there be another one? After all Linux, GNU, and all that jazz are quite possibly the greatest achievements of the free world (At least as important as the Wheel and fire. The difference is that these things were funded by government and businesses. Well- maybe not. I slept through history. But I do know that Linux was created by Geeks with a Passion & some Time. Linux makes me proud to be a geek.
When I'm not busy doing artsy crap, I'm a loony Linux nitwit. I'm the guy that compiles a new kernel every few weeks for no apparent reason. Why do I do this? Because I can. This is after all why I'm booting into Linux not a certain other operating system.
Make sure to check out my extra special sections on some of my favorite things in my favorite OS. These sections are currently The Gimp where you can see some of my Artwork, Afterstep contains my screenshots, and various things that'll make you drool over this great window manager. Of course, I've long since moved on from AfterStep- these days its all Enlightenment. On that page you can see a few screenshots of my themes, or download my hideously out of date and unsupported ePlus.
On My Stuff- which features ascd, asmixer and the rest of the stuff I've written which is available for your downloading pleasure.
These days my IRC client is usually XChat. It features a GTK interface, perl scripting, and a lot of little niceties that an X11 addict will enjoy. When I'm fealing hardcore, I still run good old fashioned BitchX.