A few days ago I sat down and created a new web site outline in Cherrytree, a hierarchical note taking application. I came up with some categories to start: Movies, Fasteroids (the game I'm working on), GNU/Linux software, Hardware, and Windows. This looks similar to what the site currently features, but I've spent a bit more time in Cherrytree fleshing out details for each of the categories, including sub-categories and some other items that are more administrative.
Over the years this web site has changed a lot. It's time again for a re-do. In the next few days/weeks I'll be working on a complete re-do of the web site. It may not happen as quickly as I'd like since I'm busy with work at Computer Recycling, programming Fasteroids (still the working title), doing videos for Youtube, and family obligations on top of all of this... but the re-do is coming. What does this mean?
My plan is a complete re-do, so the content may not be the same. Likely there will be 404 links from Google and other sites. My hope is that the re-do will engage people a bit more.
On Ubuntu Spectre/Meltdown still appears to be mostly unpatched at the kernel level. There is some hope in that some software has already been patched. Linux Mint appears to be a different story, with the kernels and a number of other packages already patched.
I was really bad on the movie purchasing front this weekend, but that's because most of the DVDs I bought were $1.50 to $2.00.