The Dark Energy Blog, formerly the Space Socket Development Blog, is the developmental blog for Space Socket! It is. And what’s a developmental blog? A blog about developing things? That and everything else in this world — and out of this world too! So there’s not a single subject this blog focuses on. It covers a rather broad range of topics relating to computers and science with the occasional completely off-topic post which isn’t really off-topic considering that off-topic posts are part of the focus.
So you’ll find a lot of things on here. Some useful, some not. Hopefully you’ll find some use in this blog before you leave but I can’t guarantee that.
You may notice frequent connections (as above) to Space Socket. Space Socket is a free web host providing “22nd century hosting since 2007.” Okay, so maybe that’s a bit of a stretch, but the hosting is no joke, that’s for sure. This blog, after all, is hosted by Space Socket.
Space Socket is also a community of users interested in the same subjects covered by this blog (ie. everything!). If you like this blog, you will like the Space Socket Nebula.