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An Ansible playbook to reboot servers that require a reboot.
Here's a TaskPaper "Archive" replacement that keeps child tasks with their parents.
Here's a simple set of Ansible files that allow your hosts to send mail through Mailgun via Postfix.
Wherein Termux for Android lets me build my website on my phone.
Quick shout out to mth-ci-runner-1, which was GitLab CI runner #22.
pigz for multi-core gzip
A writeup on my DO Note/Dropbox/Taskpaper workflow which allows "ubiquitous capture" on iOS devices.
With a spare Raspberry Pi on hand, I can finally do a project I've had on ice for ages: an RFID-controlled, Pi-powered music player.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS for remotely initiating BitTorrent downloads using BitTorrent Sync.
For posterity: the Google Reader site, post-sunset.
The inagural Open Tech NYC conference was held in Long Island City, Queens this past Saturday, March 30. My notes are rough and incomplete compared to the talks themselves, but here they are for posterity.
There's some debate over whether WordPress themes are automatically GPL because of the way they are loaded by, integrate with, and depend on WordPress, which is GPL.
Google tests background images.
Red highlights added by me. I wonder if Google has policies regarding this type of ad layout. I think having this poor a ratio of content to ads dilutes all the advertising. Whatever the case, I hate wading through this many ads in search of the article.
This is a rant against saying some device/software/platform will "kill" another.
I've just upgraded to Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard," and had one problem along the way.
The impending release of the Apple iPad has increased the chatter on my Twitter and Google Reader feeds, with some commentary pro-iPad, some con-, and some mocking the rest. It's also subject of a lot of discussion here in the office, usually in terms of which model we would like …
I sort of stumbled across Cygwin the other day. It's by Red Hat, but I actually like it. Cygwin gives Windows users access to many of the tools included with most Linux distributions. It's comforting having native access to mutt, vim, bash, and ssh, on those occasions when I need …
Tim O'Reilly has a very well thought-out and informed article on piracy over at OpenP2P.com. He says many good things about the benefits of the P2P world and what has been labeled as "piracy", the desire for users to have immediate access to entertainment, books, and the like, and …