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.
Eons ago, I created a page about the "809 Scam", which I have placed here.
To make sure that this website is truly eclectic, I have what is likely the most information in one place on Robert Walter Weir's Columbus Before the Council of Salamanca paintings, tracing, and sketch.