Mostly what I do here is what I've earned. I'm retired. So I do what I want, when I want if I feel like it.
But I used to program and host unique custom databased web sites
and email for my clients. Keeping a low profile while exploring Linux, Windows, Apache,
PHP, PERL, mySql, Secure Servers and anything else that was of interest to
me. And then I got a real job. For almost 20 years. UNIX/Linux analyst, just the OS side. So what I used to know is pretty much obsolete. Now I host a few web pages and run a mail server for the domains I manage.