It used to be that the Server app would store and distribute os/iOS updates from a local device. That was the main reason I got it. Now it seems like I should request a refund.
I used to run my own DNS servers in my home on Raspberry Pis. But, Google Wifi gets a little wonky with custom DNS servers (at least it used to). I will probably set something up some time in the future with pihole.
I’m actually doing the inverse networking where everything is on wifi. It ended up being cheaper than wired.
I can’t wait to explain this one to friends and family. “So let me get this straight. My computer is going to be slower once I patch it? Why would I do that?!?”
Nice work all
Serious question: do people browse the web on their TVs? I would think this would be an awful experience. No?
It works for older people: “it’s not a computer, so it’s shouldn’t be scary. I used TVs all the time so I can use this fancy TV”. I know few people who browse webpages on TVs, but mostly videos from web (i.e. youtube). This works better than phones (“reading text on phone is stupid, it’s for talking”) and tablets (“it’s still a computer, but without keyboard”).
Missed opportunity: Not saying this will make Windows bettar.
I’ll see myself out.
The pun was bad enough that my toes curl.
Looking for a job still
Oh, not an enviable position. Good luck with the search!
Poor until I quit
Perhaps putting programmatic safeties into your deployment processes would make you not need so many managers?
I can’t up vote this based on the color scheme alone.
It’s already more readable than majority of the websites I see these days:
I was skeptical of your comment, until I clicked the link.
And the color settings are marked !important so you can’t even override them very easily. Just why?
background-color: #fff !important;
Awk is that one tool I feel like I never learned fully enough to appreciate. Thanks for sharing this!
Great read! Thank you for sharing.
I have been using this to write for a few months now. I absolutely love this app. I’m not a writer by nature and tend to be a little verbose. This mitigates that and helps me get writing done better.
Yes, I paid for it and I’m very happy I did!
I trust the NSA about as far as I can throw them (and I used to work for them).
Their leadership are pathological liars. I assume they’ll continue to do about whatever they want.
Pathological implies they do it to their detriment, in reality it appears they are incentivized to do so because there is no actual consequence for lying.
Didnt think about that. So, Ill say consistent liars instead.
Lobste.rs is pretty dope
I was disappointed when they were acquired by logmein and after the past two weeks I’m no longer a paying customer. Where has everyone else landed?
I have been using 1Password since 2009 and am very happy with it. I have tried LastPass on some occasions, but it always looked flakey. Also, at the time it seemed to lack separation between the browser extension and actual password storage, which 1Password does have .
Of course, 1Password is not really an option if you use Linux.
I’m also a 1Password user and am generally happy with it. A few things have started grating with me lately though, in particular the push to a subscription model - grandfathered-in customers don’t have to adopt it, but AFAICS it’s required for new users.
1Password used to allow read only access from any browser (via the 1Password.html file), but that’s no longer recommended and it doesn’t work via Dropbox any more. There’s gonepass, but again it’s read only.
I personally use enpass
That’s disappointing. But, I have been in the process of converting hg repos to git of late.
I like the idea. I’ll chip in what I can
Pretty nifty. Thanks for sharing. I wonder if some mobile app could be written for something like this? Seems like between cell networks and ephemeral server less implementations you could make a fairly fault tolerant method for double checking.