hi there, welcome to my space in the web.

I've used the handle bendersteed for over a decade now, exploring the depths of computer networks. My IRL name is Dimos (/ˈði.mos/). I'm a mathematician and programmer, a supporter of Free Software since I first owned a computer. You can have a look at my resume here.

Apart from programming and math, I'm really into DIY, amateur radio, hiking, yoga, martial arts, philosophy and poetry.

This is a place for me to vent off and share my projects, views on technology and every-day life and the occasional poem.


Below I list my main ways of socializing in the wired. Don't hesitate to contact me for any reason -- except spam of course.

recent posts

Posted at Sun 26 July 2020, tagged with @social privacy blog

Posted at Wed 22 July 2020, tagged with @tech js parsers discodia chan

Posted at Fri 17 April 2020, tagged with @tech emacs i3

Posted at Tue 31 March 2020, tagged with @DIY podcast

Posted at Thu 26 March 2020, tagged with @tech cl db

Posted at Mon 24 February 2020, tagged with @social politics

Posted at Thu 20 February 2020, tagged with @tech blog

Posted at Thu 30 January 2020, tagged with @tech emacs haunt

Posted at Sat 25 January 2020, tagged with @personal blog guix emacs

Posted at Mon 06 January 2020, tagged with news blog

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Here you can find some of my projects and contributions I deem worthy of sharing:

Pleroma Bot

A very simple bot for activitypub servers in Common Lisp.


A toy, full stack Clojure, app. Vote against things and people you hate.


An org-mode exporter for Haunt. I contributed the one-page per org heading workflow and I use it to write articles for this blog.

Game of Life

A plain implementation of Conway's Game of Life, in javascript. Single page html, without the use of any external libraries.

source code


Add an image board as comments in any static website. VueJS front-end and Common Lisp back-end.