Welcome to indeterminate.net. There's not much to see here right now, but at the very least, you can get to it using IPv6, and it's HTML5 validated. Standards matter. Of course, the best thing about standards is that there are so many of them.
This domain has been around since 1999, and it's served several uses, mainly to be the domain for a series of linux machines that have hosted private email, the occasional webpage, and served as a playground as it's owner learned Linux administration, programming, and information security. It still serves that purpose, although it's due for an update.
Eventually, the author's materials on IT, computer, security, and other related topics will be hosted on packetspanker.net, but at this time that's not up yet. And only some of the links on the left work either.
The goal is to eventually turn this domain into a host for storing various information and thoughts on the non-technical topics that you see over on the left. Things are a bit busy, so when that will happen is unknown.
But on that point - without net neutrality laws, small sites like this won't have access to the same level of service as larger sites who have more money and customers. It is vitally important we preserve an open, level-playing field internet, and so I support the Electronic Frontier Foundation and I hope you will consider doing the same.