Posts from September 2020
Of course, after tweeting that out, I decided to test drive searx.info, which is a metasearch engine that includes Google’s results while also supporting IPv6. Best of both worlds?
I run IPv6 at home (shout out to @henet!) I switched from a /64 to a /48 and now @google thinks there’s “suspicious traffic” coming from my network. Solution: switch to @startpage. Thanks Google!
The Astronomy Picture of the Day from NASA has been in my RSS feed list for as long as I can remember. There’s a lot of things I love about it, but that it’s basically a flashback to the late 90s web is definitely near the top of the list.
Made the jump from Ubuntu back to Debian testing and man, it really has come a long way! I missed you, buddy!
Ah, the joys of self-hosting. I’ve been refactoring my server infrastructure, and that lead me to reworking my publishing flow, including changes to lillipub, which I hope are now working…