What follows are a bunch of ways of contacting me. This information may also be useful if you would like to stalk me. Please note that it’s not like this information is only available on this page, so all I’m doing for you is putting it all on one page for you to peruse. I’m also, as you may gather from the actual information below, not that interesting of a target for a stalk-out.
Given that I’m prone to stay online most of the day (and night), if you need to get in touch with me, using one of the following forms of communication is sure to result in success.
If you have an offer I can’t possibly refuse, an uncle or other family member who has money tied up in an African country that I can help you transfer out of said country (for a nominal fee), or some new way for me to increase my already rather sizable member, then don’t hesitate to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I keep all my software projects on GitHub under the now profile.
It seems that Google has a profile on me.
Years ago, in a time where a certain saxophone-wielding president was still not known for not inhaling or similar shenanigans, I would be idling and not idling on channels like #winprog, #winprog.se, #linux, and #linux.se on EFnet with the likes of DVD Jon (MultiAGP) and WaltI. Days ago, in a time where a non-white president wasn’t something some distant future in some alternate universe might hold, I was idling in the channels #ruby and #clojure.
I have the tenacity to call myself The Beatdown on SoundCloud. Feel free to share tracks with me.
Don’t follow me on Twitter. Why would you? Seriously. Please e-mail me and describe, in 141 characters or more, why you would want to follow me, or anyone else, for that matter, on Twitter. I. Just. Don’t. Get. It.
Given that I’ve provided you with so many ways of contacting me online, I see no reason for providing any offline ways of doing so. If you deem it necessary to do so, I’m sure you’ll be able to use various online services to find the information you need to do so.