When bulletin board systems and Prodigy were giving way to the unbridled Word Wide Web, the idea for codenode began as a website to collect, archive and disseminate hacking-related documents from the two cyberscapes. But the web so quickly rendered the former cyberscape obsolete that codenode became, instead, my private domain for various projects.
I also own Hack MySQL and Hack Drizzle but I spend more time hacking Perl and other technologies. To not spam Planet MySQL with non-MySQL related posts I made codenode public. Here I blog about hacking which, like most of us who were coding before “the Internet” was a household name, has become my profession.