Installing #alpinelinux on my netbook with the aim of making it into a sleek CLI machine using text mode browsers and apps because it sure as hell ain't fast enough for the bloated graphical web.
A (british?) 70s or 80s series with a guy who learns about something criminal going on.
In the end he needs to implement kind of a virus which makes sure he is still alive by entering a key once in a while, otherwise it publishes the story by printing it on every newspaper office's printer.
The intro had a walking figure which duplicates over the screen.
Been out #gardening today in some summer-like sun and took the opportunity to plant a bay tree that has been pot bound since my grandmother potted it over 10 years ago. Next week will be 7 years since she passed so knowing she was the last person to have their hands in that soil feels kind of poignant.
I *think* I got quicksync transcoding working in Plex on #TrueNAS without lots of aggro. Just waiting to find the catch...
I recently started getting into #PGP (And #gpg in particular) and was wondering if there are any best practices regarding the management of subkeys. My basic understanding is this: You shouldn't use your "master" key directly, but use a subkey instead that has an expiration date.
But, and here's where I'm looking for advice, *when* should I create a subkey? One for every use case? Only once it expires? Should I rotate every so often? How many keys do you have at a time?
Saw this really nice #humblebundle of no starch press books about coding. You should check it out if you haven’t already! -> https://www.humblebundle.com/books/learn-you-more-code-no-starch-press-books?hmb_source=humble_home&hmb_medium=product_tile&hmb_campaign=mosaic_section_2_layout_index_1_layout_type_threes_tile_index_2_c_learnyoumorecodenostarchpress_bookbundle
After a 23-hour work day on Monday I was surprisingly productive yesterday. Full night's sleep last night and today, not so much. Starting to wonder if there's an optimum level of sleep-deprivation that de-activates some of the diversionary parts of my brain. #showerthoughts