Thanks for even bothering to look, by the way - the fact that you took the time to do that means you care at least a little bit :-) I am very appreciative of all donations, but let me be clear: I don't intend nor do I expect to get a bunch of money from this. I'm not hurting financially, but I also don't have a lot of extra money to throw at my Slackware habit; basically, I work on Slackware because it's fun for me (the same reason that anyone else does any other hobby). I don't mind spending my own money on it (and in fact, I spend quite a bit - just ask my wife if you don't believe me ;-D), but bigger purchases (like a new development machine) are harder to justify, so this donation option is (hopefully) a way to offset those sorts of larger expenses.
All that said, do NOT donate if you have to ask whether you can afford it (no matter what the amount is) - take care of your own needs before you start helping with my hobby. Also, if you have to make a choice between e.g. buying a subscription to Slackware or donating to me, then choose to support the Slackware project itself. Without Slackware, none of what I do would be useful to any of us.
If you've made it through all of that and still want to send money, here's the link (this one goes to PayPal):
Thanks to the following individuals for making a donation:
Arthur Green, Adrian Katzander, Niel Dick, John Toker, Chuck "Pup" Payne, Nikolaj Petersen, Bob De Mars, João Neto, Giovanni Ballista, Luigi Trovato, A.R. Griffiths, Plamen Vassilev, Renato Massaro, Marcus Hendrickx, Roberto Neri, Anonymous, B.S., Brian Lawrence, Frank Böhm, RoyB, Dan C, Anonymous