My #Eurovision Top 10
(Placing, not points)
2 United Kingdom
3 North Macedonia
7 The Netherlands
On a train. Wanted to read my RSS feed, but my domain certificate had expired. https://termux.com/ to the rescue. SSH access the server. Update Certbot. Renew certificate.
I'm still amazed this could be done on the move, with just a small touch device.
Come along and enjoy a few refreshments with the #TuxJam team and other podcast creators and listeners!
Yay: Heading out to the beautiful Peak District today, with the family. A nice walk, a café, another walk, lunch, more walk, probably another café, a play area for the younger sprogs, etc.
Boo: Back to work tomorrow. But also the UK Parliament reconvenes tomorrow, so #LetTheFunContinue
HTML5 ping tracking – Firefox will enable it by default:
– HTML5 ping attributes can be used to track people if they click a link (<a href=… ping=…>) by sending POST requests to an arbitrary amount of hosts
– Steve Gibson talked about it in Security Now 709: https://mastodon.at/@infosechandbook/101899819296611698
– ping is enabled in Chrome, Opera, Edge, Safari by default
On this Easter Sunday, I find myself actually agreeing with something that Theresa May has said, "We must stand up for the right of everyone, no matter what their religion, to practise their faith in peace."
Have a happy and blessed Easter.
We've booked accommodation (thru homeaway.co.uk) for #OggCamp 2019. It's a few miles outside of Manchester, but we've booked parking (thru justpark.com) so that we don't have to pay for the 5 of us to take the train or taxi into the city.
Never tried crowdparking or crowdlodging before but, if the experience is positive, in can see us using this regularly. Save us a fortune!
I hear the venue for this year's OggCamp 19/20 October is decided. It's the Pendulum Hotel https://www.pendulumhotel.co.uk
Watching my 13 year old daughter looking things up on Urban Dictionary doesn't fill me with confidence... #OhDearDearDear
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