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Daniel Andrlik

Minister of Intrigue. Composing coffee-stained dispatches from an undisclosed location.

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About Me and About the Site

About Me

Daniel Andrlik lives in [redacted]. He is (in no particular order) a writer, a programmer, a rabid reader, a sci-fi/fantasy geek, and a manager. While not religious himself, he studied religion with a specialty in the Hebrew Bible for six years, so if you are curious about it feel free to ask him questions, and he will probably tell you more than you really wanted to know.

Contact Me

If you would like to know more about my current projects or where we might be able to collaborate, feel free to check out what I’m working on right now.

About the Site

The Ministry of Intrigue has been in existence since October of 2004, and in that time has covered a wide variety of topics. From personal essays to commentary on the technology industry, with plenty of assorted geekery in between, this site has endeavored to entertain and inform its readers.

This site is powered by Jekyll, with a little help from Octopress. It’s pretty awesome.

This site is hosted on a Linode VPS and is served up by nginx.

The popup footnotes are made possible by Matt Gemmel’s handy footnotes script.

Advertising

I am not currently accepting offers for advertisements on my site, but thanks for your interest.

In the past I have served as an Amazon and Think Geek affiliate, but I’ve since decided that that this site shall be advertising free. I have gone back and deleted any affiliate links from this site and replaced them with direct links to product pages. While I always appreciate hearing about new and interesting things, if you’d like me to advertise your product, I’d recommend that you move on and not waste each other’s time. I’ll just end up pointing you to this page anyway.

Disclaimer

It goes without saying that opinions I express here are not necessarily the opinions of my employers. They are my opinions, after all.