Not Quite Abandoned
Holy smoke it's been almost a year since the last time I added something new here! That is not at all because I haven't had anything new to talk about. Rather, there's been too much going on and I haven't had even half a chance to circle back and write …read more
Linux ecosystem thriving in SoCal!
I'm heading back to the 12th Annual Southern California Linux Expo and really looking forward to another round of great sessions and mingling with the other nerds I run into at the meetups.
This conference has brought something to mind that I'd considered in passing previously, but now I'm thinking …read more
Over the years I have been continually refining my home technology stack. It's in the best state it's ever been, so I figured I should document it. I'm looking forward to looking back at this post in a few years to see what's evolved, and what's still the same.
External …read more
You need a better firewall
A long long time ago I had Verizon FiOS installed at my home, and with it they supplied an Actiontec router and wireless access point. It worked reasonably well, but it needed a power cycle every now and then and any custom configuration was difficult. I could never get it …read more
Awesome Paper Airplanes
When I was little, we had a tree house we could play in. It was a fantastic place to hang out for long stretches, and provided an excellent foundation for countless games of imagination. I'm pretty sure it was mostly a space ship, but it was probably also a pirate …read more
Jeremy Grantham and the stats behind the end of the world
OK, that's a sensationalist title and was not the topic of this interview, but resource scarcity and the unbounded growth of world population was discussed. It's absolutely worth putting this on and paying attention. You will immediately be more informed on the stats around the global economy than likely anyone …read more