Cast iron dinner rolls turned out well.
For the last few years, when the seasons change and things get cooler, I dust off my bread making stuff, get a hold of some fresh yeast, buy a new bag of flour, and get back to the practice of bread making. This year that happened last weekend. To get back in the swing of things, I made a few simple french rolls for sandwiches.I've been eating on them for lunch the last couple of days, and it has me marveling on the magic of bread all over again.
All the videos are up from this years Wireless Village at DEF CON! Time to settle in for a few hours of talks.
There is a nonprofit here called Tree Folks. They work with the municipal utility to give away a variety of trees to the community a couple times a year.
I went this morning and stood in a line of some of the happiest people I've been around in a while. Walked away with a very nice looking Celeste Fig tree. Planted in the far end of the garden and feeling quite pleased, both with the tree and our local community.
My wife wrapped up a project for her VizComm class today. First time using Premiere and under a tight time crunch. I thought she did amazingly well, and it's adorable af.
While messing with chat stuff today I spun up BitlBee https://www.bitlbee.org to give it a try. BitlBee acts like a gateway connecting to disparate messaging accounts/protocols and exposing them as an IRC server.
I've got folks scattered across several chat programs and get real tired of managing several chat windows. Now I can handle all chatting from a single IRC client. Seems to be working well so far, we'll see how it holds up through the week.
Setting up ZNC with docker-compose was trickier than I thought it would be. Makes sense now that I've got it sorted, but it was a real head scratcher there for a bit.
Running the interactive config generator with:
docker-compose run znc --makeconf
After pulling the container, but before standing it up was the trick.
Has anyone been using https://privacy.com for online payments? If so I'd love to hear your thoughts about it.
They were a sponsor on the most recent "Security Now" so I thought I'd check them out. I love the idea of generating cards for different vendors, putting limits on them, or a one off card for a one time purchase.
Tom Scott clearing some things up about VPNs. Well done and hilarious.
Messing around with an RTL-SDR this evening using rtl_433
( https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433 ) to decode the signal from a cheap off the shelf weather station I have out in the garden.
I'm having some ideas for future projects with this.
Orca on Norns sighting!
- infosec enthusiast
- radio and electronics hobbyist
- P2P optimist
- gardener and weather watcher
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