Ah, those were the days. In any event, if you have references to https://www.painless-computing.com/peteandpam, replace them with http://www.painless-computing.com/peteandpam (i.e. non-SSL). After the business was retired, we moved to New Jersey and had "consumer-grade" broadband with no static addresses. At that time, we maintained our personal site behind a cable modem firewall, and used SSL + dynamic DNS to beat the dyn. IP and the firewall on port 80. Our old server is moth-balled, but our dear friend RS has been kind enough to host the content on one of his servers.
Now that we have a static address, I could fire up the server and set it up in the DMZ, but I find I just don't have the time, energy, or passion to maintain personal hosting any more..keeping my client's systems up and running seems to satisfy my needs on that front quite well.