The last post I wrote was about life. How I'm busy more than ever and where my time is going. I know these posts are probably the most boring, but I'd like to look back in time and see what I was doing with my life. Like remembering a loved one when they pass - … Continue reading Life and Internet
Time flies by when you're working, gaming, and watching films. Over the past few weeks I've been working Monday-Friday (more hours than usual), gaming (Rust, 911: First Responders, The Forest, and Cities: Skylines), I've also been watching Criminal Minds (all seasons), Rescue Me (all seasons), Chicago Fire/PD/Med, Hawaii Five-0, and various films. All of these … Continue reading Work, Gaming, and Films
I'm going to start writing up small howtos so I don't have to search for something 1 million times. This howto is about resizing volumes in Linux. You're going to want to log out of all users except root and stop the services that show up from fuser -m /home. Now that you're done that … Continue reading Resize volumes in Linux
I have way too many email addresses. I'm always making a new email account somewhere for something. I tend to use gmail or self-hosted as they're the quickest to create. I just went through my list of emails and I have 6 gmail and 8 self-hosted (some I'm not including as I don't use them … Continue reading Too many email addresses
NOTE: I'm not an attorney, I'm going off of self research. I browse TheHackerNews quite frequently (daily actually) and this article caught my attention. I felt like I needed to talk about this and why it's important. Before I really get into this post I'd like to say that I don't like tech that records … Continue reading When to release private information?
This is something that I've been annoyed about for the past few years. Now that I'm actually blogging I thought I should make a post about it. So I'm currently paying for 100/10 with a cap at 300GB. Yeah, I know 300GB. Even though I disagree with caps (especially that low), I believe the higher speeds … Continue reading Bandwidth Caps
Before we get into the post, you need to know there is no right host. Choose what's best for you and or your clients. If you need offshore - get and offshore host etc... Always do some research and trust your gut instinct as it's rather true. Make sure to ask support anything you want … Continue reading Choosing the right hosting company