• Why We Encrypt

    by  • 23rd June 2015 • newsfeed

    I read this new thing recently, and I liked it Why We Encrypt Encryption protects our data. It protects our data when it’s sitting on our computers and in data centers, and it protects it when it’s being transmitted around the Internet. It protects our conversations, whether video, voice, or text. It protects our...

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    Garmin Introduces Feature-Filled Aviator Watch

    by  • 16th June 2015 • newsfeed

    I read this new thing recently, and I liked it Garmin Introduces Feature-Filled Aviator Watch D2 Bravo takes multifunction to the next level. Garmin has introduced a new aviator watch that has the potential to become the latest and greatest item for gadget hungry aviators. The D2 Bravo is a multifunction watch that blends...

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    Cornell’s website can ID bird species through photos

    by  • 7th June 2015 • newsfeed

    I read this new thing recently, and I liked it Cornell’s website can ID bird species through photos Casual birdwatchers may want to bookmark Merlin Bird Photo ID, a website created by Cornell University and the Visipedia research project. Thanks to powerful artificial intelligence techniques, the website can identify birds in photos you upload,...

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    Eurotrip 2013

    by  • 15th December 2014 • post

    This was suppose to be published a long time ago 🙂 And I believe it’s incomplete. For last 3 years we have tried to get around Europe in a light aircraft. Finally, this year we can call a success! It was a big challenge to organize, it was a lot of luck, and it...

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    Persistent sequential Puppet

    by  • 19th February 2013 • post

    How damn annoying it is to try to get puppet agent to run in a predictable manner, not overloading master server. Scenario : puppet agent gets to run every X minutes, we use cron to fire it up ( puppet agent –onetime ) cron is managed by puppet, naturally Now if you do lets...

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    Flying with iPad – how to immobilise it

    by  • 30th May 2012 • post

    I’ve started flying with my iPad properly mounted on my leg. Previously I had it loose in the cockpit, usually in the back pocket of passengers seat. Easily accessible, but not always, as I had to stow it in critical portions of the flight.

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    ReCaptcha not Better

    by  • 16th October 2011 • post

    Oh, I am really sorry, it looks like the “Better ReCAPTCHA” plugin was not really better than “WP – RECAPTCHA” and didn’t display correctly for some time what blocked a few comments reaching me. I’m terribly sorry.  It should work now as I’ve moved back to WP.  In case it breaks don’t hesitate to...

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    OpenIndiana VirtualBox and NFS

    by  • 19th September 2011 • post

    I have a server called host. It hosts my NFS shares as well as a couple virtual machines using VirtualBox. Recently I had a relapse of NFS performance issues, which basically made it unusable as NFS server.

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