- My writing, external links
- On this site
Analysis of a Murder Manifesto:
Part of the manifesto attributed to Brenton Tarrant, with an analysis
of the murderous ideas therein. WARNING: Reading or possessing that
document in New Zealand may be a crime punishable by years in prison.
Secure mail on he.net:
He.net doesn't give you much information about how to set up
secure email. Here's an attempt to remedy it, with special
attention to Thunderbird and iOS mail.
Reviews of books that I've read.
Filk and Other Music:
Filk music is the folk music of science fiction fandom. It is often performed
at science fiction conventions, and several conventions each year are
dedicated exclusively to filk.
Two pun-filled Harry Potter spoofs, "HP and the Programmer's Printer" and "HP
and the Eye of Tripoli," in which Hugh Packard learns the truth behind
his Mundane upbringing, enters Bugwarts School of Computing and Programming, and
faces the threat of Lord Petitmol. "Prolog in Heaven," in which God confers with
his software development team of archangels on the biggest project ever.
The Evil Counsellor's advice list:
The Evil Overlord's advice list is well known, but Evil Counsellors such as
Haman and Wormtongue need advice too.
Dan Schulz, Scott Wirkus, Bob Meyrowitz, and Eyada:
An account of harassment and threats against me over a period of years.
John Kerry's advocacy of involuntary servitude
Salvaged from a Google cache after he deleted it from his website in 2004.
Possibly of historical interest.
My public PGP key. I've revoked or abandoned
all older keys and uploaded a new one on March 6, 2019.
- Notes, etc.
Here's my business web site, if that's what
you were looking for.
You can send email to my first name plus my last initial at mcgath.com. Please don't post that address publicly.
Warrant canary: As of June 29, 2019, I have never been issued a National Security Letter.
I'll update this periodically while it remains true. If I don't, it might mean
I've just forgotten to. Or it might mean something else.
(I'm not updating it daily, maybe three or four times a year.)
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House and Senate in 2003, the following legal notice is given:
I will not give, sell, or otherwise transfer addresses maintained
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Copyright 1997-2019 by Gary McGath
Last updated June 29, 2019