I don't know how time zone data works in Linux yet, but what I do know is "America/Chicago" does not exist in the #manjaro installer. Instead you use "Indiana/Vincennes," which sounds vaguely familiar from that one time I drove through Indiana years ago.
My Synology NAS manages to stay online for months / years at a time, occasionally rebooting itself for updates. However my Raspberry Pi (responsible for backing up my NAS to the cloud) seems to go offline every few weeks. I have to manually unplug it and plug it back in.
These days I am surrounded by political activism. I think I see two overarching kinds of activists: Those who are afraid of what the future will be like, and those who are optimistic about what the future will be like.
The former leans toward fear, anxiety, and anger. They react to threat.
The latter leans toward cooperation, respect, and confidence. They are proactive because they have hope in something greater than the circumstances right in front of them.
Ahh social engineering https://medium.com/@N/how-i-lost-my-50-000-twitter-username-24eb09e026dd
So the recommendation that you not use custom domains for email is interesting. I suppose the thought it that it's harder for an attacker to hijack gmail.com, or wouldn't risk it.
Many email hosts offer plain domains in addition to letting you host your custom domain. In theory that's similar, and somewhere probably between your domain and Google's in hijack potential.
The Manjaro #Linux team just made a massive announcement about its future: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2019/09/08/manjaro-linux-just-made-a-massive-announcement-about-its-future/#2b616c1a36f9
We may create moments of in-actionable despair in everyday people if we overshare a never-ending stream of reasons that one can never escape privacy intrusions.
Sharing a sense of hope and understanding to our audience is so important for our mission.
The spy in your wallet: Credit cards have a privacy problem https://beta.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/08/26/spy-your-wallet-credit-cards-have-privacy-problem/
This looks like a really interesting solution. I've been a strong proponent of Keybase in the past, and interesting solutions to problems is one of the reasons why.
Is anyone aware of a good FOSS server monitoring product that (a) supports Windows, and (b) is simple enough to not require a huge learning curve?
Looking for something less proprietary than DataDog, but simpler than Nagios #askthefediverse
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