Hello, I’m Fini Decima. When I launched this blog back in 2008, there will not that many blogs that provided easy-to-follow tutorials for Linux and BSD distributions. And even less provided reviews of those distribution geared towards those not already familiar with Linux. So the blog served a specific purpose. It was all about tutorials and reviews of Linux and BSD distributions.

It went through its opens and downs. At one point it was even profitable – generating some income, though one that is not commensurate with the time and effort I spent maintaining the site. And that was in the era of contextual ads. With the advent of ultra intrusive and tracking ads and the ad blockers visitors deployed as a counter, maintaining the site didn’t make sense at all. And so I basically abandoned it for a few years.

Now I’m trying to revive it and expand the scope of the subject matter covered. Instead of just tutorials and reviews of Linux and BSD distributions, all technology content will be fair game. That means all technology content, including blockchain and cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence and machine learning, big data and Internet of Things (IoT), quantum computing and whatever else in the tech space that catches my fancy.

I’ll also try and make the site more engaging, like adding a commenting system that’s better than the classic one that comes with every installation of WordPress.

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