January

Did

In no particular order:

  • Made the first, but not last, batch of ramen
  • Went skating, twice!
  • Subscribed to tor-talk list, joined #tor and #tor-dev. I’m not yet sure if I’ll stick with IRC channels, but the listmail is a good summary of what’s going in with Tor.
  • Added a hidden service for my personal site: g7ielqfyazy3n6nt.onion.
  • Installed Ubuntu and ownCloud on a 1G AppleTV (lol, really) to try to replace Dropbox for my personal use.
  • Configured my home and work emails in mutt, and then realized work uses an html signature. Nobody’s complained yet.
  • Installed mpd and ncmpcpp for listening to podcasts, which get pulled in with bashpodder.
  • Created a GPG key (with the help of Thoughtbot and Justin) and then replaced the one I forgot I had on Keybase

Quotes

Copyright is alive and well—as an industrial regulation.

– “Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free: Laws for the Internet Age” by Cory Doctorow

Institutions will try to preserve the problem to which they are the solution.

Shirky Principle

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Books