If you're looking for Halibut Electroincs, see https://electronics.halibut.com
We have several informational links for users of the The Halibut
systems. They are
The HalNet CA public key (used for various HalNet purposes) is here
The Old HalNet CA public key (now expired) is here
Some notes on the ssh service.
If you have any questions or comments about any of these links,
you can write email@example.com
We're not what you were expecting when you typed in "halibut" in your
web browser, are we? Were you perhaps looking for:
- Halibut Stuff? They've gone
out of business.
- What does Google
have to say about Halibut?
- Halibut.Net seems to have
some pretty good information on the fish, how to catch them, and
what to do with them once you have. I think they've also approached
me in the past about buying the domain. :)
Before you ask...
No we are not interested in selling the domain name, unless you're willing
to pay an egregious amount of money for it. I've had the Halibut.com
domain name since the summer of 1994, before Al Gore "invented" the
Internet. I've been using the name Halibut for personal and business
ventures since 1985. It's a name I'm going to stick with for the