Welcome to me.billsmugs.com! This is a simple page to link to my various homes on the Internet.

Gemini Capsule

This Web page doesn't have a lot of content, as I prefer the Gemini Protocol. You can visit my main Gemini capsule via the link below.

If you don't have a Gemini client, there are a wide variety of options available. I personally use Lagrange. If you don't want to (or can't) install a Gemini client, you can use a web-based proxy, such as this one or this one.



I enjoy taking photos, mostly of nature and/or architecture. You can view my photos on my gemini capsule (see above), or on Tumblr or Flickr. I don't really use Flickr's social features, but it supports higher-resolution images than Tumblr.




I occasionally make games in zero-code tools like Bitsy or Pulp, which will then be posted on itch.io.


Toki Pona

Toki Pona is an extremely small constructed language, with simple grammar and a vocabulary of just 137 essential words. I have a small Gemini capsule written entirely in Toki Pona, which is also (mostly) mirrored on the Web.


Web mirror


Back in 2013 I made a game called Tileogo for the doomed Playstation Mobile (PSM) platform. It's no longer possible to buy the game legally, but I was pleased to find that someone has apparently made an archive of all the PSM games and tools ever released. You would have thought that a multi-billion-dollar global company like Sony could continue to run a small online service like PSM for more than the pitiful three years they managed, but apparently not. Note that even if you're one of the ~35 people who bought the game when it was available for sale, you can't actally re-download your purchase via any official channels.

Please be aware that I've not verified the downloads and have no connection to the site that I link below, so visit at your own risk. Remember that not all developers will be happy for you to download their games from this site! If there's a version of a PSM game that's available on another platform, please buy that instead, to support the developers.