Digital Mages


Digital Mages has been around since the late ninties, originally intended as a potential branding for a business I was involved in. It may have been voted down, but I liked it, so I kept it. It eventually became the hub for all of the open source work that I do.

As web presences go it's gotten dusty and outdated on multiple occasions. This is more a reflection of how distasteful I find web work more than anything else. I'm a systems guy, and prefer to write back end code over UIs any day.

End sum, this is the hub for the hacker known as Arthur Corliss. It's not a definitive resource, but it does have some of the work that is both unencumbered (from an IP perspective) and at least minimally documented.