Hey, I’m Frank (He/Him/They). Welcome to my site.
I work in cybersecurity and sometimes I post things longer than 240 characters, which I’m told counts as a blog. Such things are here, and are likely to include cybersecurity, risk, games, or just anything else I get the itch to post. If you want to know more about the guy behind the keyboard, head over to About.
If you have questions, comments, or just need to get a hold of me, Mastodon (public) or Keybase (private) are your most reliable options.
Sometimes you gotta spend pretend money to make pretend money. Continue reading Eve Online - Using Trade Alts for Profit
Things that didn’t go as desired in running CORE, as both personal introspection and advice for future community organizers. Continue reading I Learned from a Community | Lessons Learned at Ferrous Core Pt.3
Repurposing a Spotify Car Thing in the home Continue reading Car, er, Kitchen Thing?
A summary of what worked well at CORE, as advice for gaming community owners/operators. Continue reading I Ran a Community | Lessons Learned at Ferrous Core Pt.2
In 2017 I started a gaming community for Destiny 2. It was a learning experience, this is the context in which it came to be. Continue reading I Built a Community | Lessons Learned at Ferrous Core Pt.1
Reactor: online. Website: online. Description text: online. All systems nominal. Continue reading Hello World!
Detailing my first foray into static sites, and the underlying services utilized. Continue reading BeerMetalPC.com
A walkthrough of the platforms, decisions, and finances made in managing an online community. Continue reading The Finances of Creating an Online Gaming Community