The name "Red Antigua" is Spanish for "Antiguan Network" - the idea was to become an Internet Service Provider in Antigua Guatemala in Central America.
The idea as an ISP never come true, only the name. Instead it turned into a home-run computer business in Antigua, selling both hardware (mostly PCs) and software (mostly web applications), with UNIX server configurations for internet services as a speciality.
I continued running the business from my new home in the small village of San Lucas Sacatepéquez , between Antigua and Guatemala City.
Meanwhile, gaining UNIX knowledge, I wanted to write things down that I learned in one single place.
That's how the idea for this web site was born: Put all my UNIX knowledge in one place.
I used the domain name "redantigua.com" as it was already registered for my business purpouse.
Despite the name, there has never been any announcements related to the Red Antigua business.
(One reason is that the common way to in Guatemala to get in contact with clients is to know them personally, not via a web site.)
A more proper name for this web site maybe should have been something like "MyComputerKnowledge", but "redantigua.com" has been around on The Net for some years now, so I have no intention to change it.
In spring 2006, after almost 14 years in Guatemala (I'm originally from Sweden), I left for Madrid, Spain, where I still live at the moment of this writing (2016).