Symbolic Link

In computing, a symbolic link (also symlink or soft link) is a term for any file that contains a reference to another file or directory in the form of an absolute or relative path and that affects pathname resolution.

This site aims to becoming such a link—a reference to some information and data on the internet as well as in my mind, with great flexibility but has a possibility of becoming broken or even misguiding at any time. (Also, the DNS system which resolves the domain symb.olic.link. is also a kind of symbolic link.)

This idea is heavily influenced and inspired by Intermediate Representation, Typeof.net, and cr.yp.to.

About

This domain is owned by Alan Liang. Future use as a personal site is planned but not yet scheduled.

If you would like to use another subdomain of olic.link, please let me know.

The symlink icon is © Papirus and me, GPLv3.

About me

I am Alan Liang, a participant of the physics olympiad, a frontend / full-stack developer, a member of KEEER, an amateur photographer, and a fan of cryptology. I love JavaScript/ECMAScript for its great grammar, its simplicity, and its diverse libraries.

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