dimensionsix dot net is a small labor of love that got its start back in 2004. At the time, I was working in a pretty boring job with a lot of downtime. This was also at the time of the heady 2004 elections, and I had plenty to write about. Out of this, d6 was born. It did thrive for quite a while with me posting every day or so. However, then I got laid off from that job and took up a job where I didn’t have a lot of time, and d6 stagnated to the point of practical non-existence. It was at this point that I decided that a new approach was needed. Thus was born d6 2.0.
Honestly, this site is still not as updated as I’d like it to be. I do my best to provide you, my wonderful readers, some interesting food for thought. Plus, you can look at my pictures on Flickr, see my tunes from last.fm, and fun stuff like that.
One thing that you won’t see much of in this blog is stuff about my personal life. This is a public place after all, and you never know who is reading. I really do not desire to get dooced because of this thing.
Still, I’m sure you want to know at least some cursory information about me, so I present you this:
Thirty-one. Male. New Jersey. Technical Support Specialist in NYC. Rutgers graduate. Tried and true Democrat. Loyal Yankee fan. Geek. Movie and music lover. Opinionated. Unique. mero.
On the technical level about this blog, I’ve been running WordPress since early 2007, and I am quite pleased with it. They keep getting better with each version.
The blog uses the TwentyTen WordPress theme and should work well with all major modern browsers (latest versions of IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc.). The blog is also mobile friendly and has specially formatted versions for most common mobile browsers (Blackberry, Palm, Windows Mobile, iPhone/iPod Touch), so you can even take the blog with you on the go.
Everything on this blog is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-nd license, so feel free to quote away. All of the header images were taken by me. Most of them are in my Flickr stream and also CC licensed.
Well, enjoy your stay here in the sixth dimension. It’s great to have you.