Archives: September 2013

The moment of truth: When new eyes meet old code

September 30, 2013
Have you ever churned out fairly extensive code, then returned to it many years later? Did you like what you saw?
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What if Verizon succeeds in killing the Internet?

September 23, 2013
Poor Verizon, its free speech is being violated by laws and competition. Won't someone think of the children?
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Restore the right to privacy with self-signed certificates

September 16, 2013
If we can no longer trust the certification authorities, then we'll have to secure the Internet ourselves
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Beware of backups that come back to bite you

September 09, 2013
The problem with packrat backups is that you never know when or where they're going to pop up
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Why you should be using rsync

September 03, 2013
Rsync doesn't get the credit it deserves. Here's what you might be missing
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