This blog used to be aperature.org and while I used that domain name for some time, it was a fairly bad misspelling and needed to be corrected. If that wasn’t enough, the name didn’t really reflect the content very well. When I got the original domain, I was very much into photography. I migrated into other interests and didn’t change the name. Besides all that, finding something in a .com, .org, or .net that was original and memorable was very difficult at the time.
So, this is now going to be stderr.info. I like it because it’s short and it refers to the standard error file descriptor from the standard C library. While some may think this refers to a medical condition, that’s not the case. The great thing about TLA’s is that you can always come up with something different than what was intended. 🙂