グレェ

Available for hire: full time consistently well paid stable gainful employment with stronger intellectual and technical challenges and ideally not contending with insane commutes and being on call 24x7 anymore. Currently in San Francisco, but open to relocating depending on where and for what opportunities.

Some more recent clients and employers: Residential Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.,  KrakenWhipVeganBurg & KinkBNB, code word, DNA Lounge, Sauce LabsiXsystemsPodOMatic, Applied Operations (occasional subcontractor and advisor) NCC Group (previously iSEC Partners) Kink.com (possibly NSFW), GraniterockSan Luis Obispo County Office of EducationAeris CommunicationsCarleton CollegeMonterey Resources Group (at most, but not all places doing: network, system, and security administration go-to-IT-guy-sometimes-even-for-other-IT/infosec folk)

Some other places I may be found (or used to be found?) on the internet and elsewhere

noisebridge (co-founder)

undeadly (intermittent editor)

Places where I have contributed as a volunteer, IT consultant and in the last two TeaJay/Tea Master: Rainforest Action Network, Kiva, The Ruckus Society, Tea Oasis, Om Shan Tea

Creative projects and groups with which I have collaborated: Interpretive Arson (2πr Maker Faire iteration embedded computer overhaul),  Ardent Heavy Industries (Syzygryd network equipment selection, configuration) Kinetic Steamworks (Wilhelmina), Flaming Lotus Girls (Gee-Gnome), Helped restore the oldest known version of Unix at the time by getting an old printout of PDP11/20 assembly into machine readable format again https://code.google.com/p/unix-jun72/  (work presented at Usenix here: http://static.usenix.org/events/usenix09/tech/full_papers/toomey/toomey.pdf)

DJing: Maker Faire Anti surveillance fashion show, sporadic fund raisers, special events & past-The Box (resident DJ) past-guest past-guest past-radio(1992-1995 during the WWWA techno jams show) co-organizer

silc/irc/icb,etc: グレェ or grェ or grey or grey- (there have been other variants too, I do not share my legal name with many unless you're putting me on your payroll, and even then prefer when you write checks to names which are not that, I have not yet had problems cashing them)

github: artkiver

Donate Bitcoin B1FL5xqU3ikpmqTocScq7S83Aw6En5WbmfF

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This site is mostly a placeholder. I usually prefer to code at layers far below levels which are displayed in a browser, HTTP and the WWW have felt like massive steps backwards in adept and speedy programming practices, but being a system and network administrator by trade I still get to do things with technology that vex me less far more often.

Still, there are some modest examples of UTF-8 boundary pushing shell scripts on the files subpage on this site. Meanwhile, if you want to see something in a browser, this is me playing around with CODEF, which is a javascript framework I caught wind of when some old demo scene style cracktros were ported to it rather seamlessly, this was sort of in the style of cutting edge realtime programming in the 1980s, now the web is catching up decades later thanks to enormous amounts of processing power, there are saner languages and systems with which to do things like this, but this is a simpler effect which should run in a wide variety of browsers at least:

An experiment with the CODEF javascript framework.

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