On January 28, 2011, I launched this site to move beyond occasional tweets about technology, and to save things for future reference.
Dozens of times a year I’ll wonder which exact motherboard was in a system I built, or what vendor I regretted seeing sink into the ground like a big ol’ glowing gopher, and a quick glance on this site cleared things up for me more often than not.
Once in a while, I find something to post that makes a difference for someone else, whether it’s technical, soft topics, or even travel related (over on rsts11travel, which came four years ago this month).
As always, I have a draft folder full of content waiting to be drafted into service. Some new projects have come up, and some old ones have warranted a refresh, so as I get some stuff sorted out at home, I’ll get some posts out in the open for your enjoyment and education.
If you have suggestions or ideas, or even hardware you’d like to have evaluated, reach out through the comments here or our contact page and I’ll see what I can do.
And if this blog has helped you over the years, feel free to send me a virtual coffee at https://ko-fi.com/robnovak (the $3 suggested donation actually covers two Nespresso pods and then some, so it’s like buying us both a coffee, but I’ll drink yours for you).
Some longer anniversary posts from the past:
- Using your voice, Babylon or not | rsts11 – Robert Novak on system administration
- Resource sharing, time sharing, six years on | rsts11 – Robert Novak on system administration
[Featured photo is from the Duran Duran 80s greatest hits album Decade, available at Amazon and everywhere old music is sold.]