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Hi! This is the homepage of Kalium! They make some things, and sometimes they put words and pictures of them up here. They think talking in third person is kinda weird and they're going to stop soon.

I've started putting some stuff up! It's mostly testing code garbage because I'm writing up my blog post handler I've made a simple post handler! I wrote a bit about it on my Blog Page and I've also started posting some recipes, so check out my Super Cool Recipe Page.

If you want to chat, you can contact me, probably on Slashnet IRC. if you want to be sure I'll see you, I hang out in (and moderate) #xkcd.

If you prefer secure communications, you can use Keybase or contact me on Tox, with a request to the following Tox address:

for desktop or:

for mobile:

Please don't expect a quick reply, no-one ever uses these so I don't check them very often and I don't exactly trust Keybase anyways.

If you, for some reason, want to hire me, I have a CV, which can be found right here. I'm a computer engineering student with vague programming tendencies, although my main interests lie in embedded systems and systems administration. I also have an alarming amount of experience with cluster computing as a result of doing a supercomputing competition that one time.

If you care about code that I've written, I have a GitHub, which holds a handful of the projects that I probably started and then abandoned. Some of them even work!

If you have questions or site stuff, email kalium@awful.cloud. Be warned that this is a simple email server so chances are that gmail will not even be so kind as to let it reach your spam, I might email you back from a real email address. Your best bet for getting in contact is still IRC.

Or really just use the chat links. It's not the eighties, email isn't the only way to talk about servers.

I just realised the irony of saying that right after suggesting you talk to me on IRC. I stand by what I said.

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