Well, it's been a few years since I last had a contract, and I'm starting to think of myself as "really retired". That's not so bad. I had a good run, and if it's over, I'm not shedding any tears. There are several cruises on my to-do list, and not being tied to a desk has its advantages in respect to those. Besides, I'm 76. Prospective employers are probably risk-averse.
But I got to thinking — always a dangerous activity — that whereas most of my really good and really useful code is available at the REXX Language Association's free code repository, there are some other code fragments that others may find useful or educational or entertaining, and maybe they should be made available, too.
I just finished packaging another few-hundred-K and I put them out on my regular website. Check it out. Let me know what you think.
My email address is "firstname.lastname@example.org".
P.s.: After losing (involuntarily) several previous websites, I finally found 'AwardSpace.com' that offers a free 1Gb space for mounting one's personal webpage. Now, for the sort of stuff I post, ASCII text and HTML, 1Gb will last me — for all practical purposes — effectively forever. Thus, my new (old) personal webpage is at http://frankclarke.dx.am/. If, anywhere below, you see a reference to a different website and clicking the link gives you a '404', replace that website URL with "frankclarke.dx.am" and try again.