I’ve been busy busy busy geeking out in my homelab. Where did we leave off? Oh, yeah, I set up that Jenkins server. I’ve been pretty busy since then.
One of the common struggles that goes with being autistic is maintaining a regular sleep schedule. For a lot of us, it just doesn’t happen. Last night was a rough night, in which I did get a lot of sleep, but it was at the wrong time: 6PM to 1:30AM. After getting a full night’s… More fruits of insomnia
The last few months have been quite a ride. I’ve been busy, both at work and at play. And both influence one another. Of course, if I were going to write about work tonight, I’ve got another outlet for that. So let’s catch up on what I’ve been up to in my personal nerding.
If anybody finds themselves missing my tweets, note that Twitter decided to lock my account for accessing it through Tor.… More locked out of Twitter for using Tor
Homelab life improves much after eliminating Apple branded consumer wireless hardware.… More Homelab Adventures Continue
I’m a big fan of the Tor Project. It’s really encouraging to see more people using it, and more people setting up bridges, relays, and exit nodes. What I’d like to see more of is publicly available networks that transparently redirect clients’ Internet connectivity through Tor. My first step here is going to be aimed… More create a tor-only VLAN with a Raspberry Pi
I’d been neglecting opportunities to work in my homelab for awhile so that I might take advantage of a bit of a creative streak and shoot some photography. That’s probably been satisfied, for a little while anyway, so I’ve spent much of this long weekend tinkering in the homelab.
It looks like the Russian government has taken drastic action to eliminate a big name in liberated email services. Tormail.net has had its domain name pulled by its Russian registrar, and they say the chances are slim of getting the domain name back. Take heart; they aren’t gone, but everyone with a tormail.net email address… More Russia to Tormail: “I must break you.” Tormail to Russia: “I don’t think so.”
Tighten up the tinfoil hats, folks; this is going to be that kind of day. I know my readership extends to Europe and beyond, and I’m going to try to bear that potentially international audience in mind as I write this. But first and foremost, I am an American, and embrace libertarian sensibilities that may… More Take Back Your Freedom: Use Tor