I am working on 'Operation Thumbo', a project designed to help rid the scourge of fake/counterfeit/hacked USB thumb/flash drives.
There is a page here about how to save the most of Disney World Tickets (hint: some companies charge sales tax, some do not).
I've just set up a website to test passwords to see how hard they are to crack, whether they have appeared in lists of leaked passwords, and whether they appear in hacker dictionaries. A few minutes playing with the tool will give you a good idea of whether your passwords are fairly safe.
Among other things, I have an my SSD page from a couple years ago, with information about Solid State Drives (very fast hard drive replacements).
Did you get to this site needing to contact someone? You can E-mail parchmenthill [at] gmail.com.
I have finally -- after almost 20 years -- given a resting place for The Modem Dictionary, one of the first eBooks, with its origins dating back to the late 1980s.
Also, there is Scott's Disk, a place I will be putting some Windows command-line programs for people to download.
And in April, 2015 I added a page with Old Internet Files - hosts.txt, domain-info.txt, domain-contacts.txt, domain files, and old zone files. They are getting lost as time passes, and can occasionally be useful.
See also my page on Disney Guest Claims and cochlear implants.