Some of the posts here have been moved into ebooks.
A brief book discussing different backup techniques. Intended for a general audience. Several intermediate-level blog posts have been republished in this book.
If you need to read through a lot of email addresses, try Thunderbird. I’ve had over ten addresses in it, and it works pretty well. It also has an RSS reader that I rarely use, but it’s there. It’s my preferred client, and after a lot of use, I finally donated to the project.
My hard drive is failing, and I’m about to replace it. That means it’s time to check the backups, to make sure they are functional. This short article describes my home backup system. You might find this useful for setting up your own backups. Continue reading My Home Backup System (Triple Backups)
You push “Post” and wait for the spinner… and it never posts.
You can’t push the “Post” button again because the interface has been screened off by a gray layer that blocks your clicks. Continue reading Resubmitting a Failed Form (Ebay and other sites)
I just installed one of these at home, and it’s great. It reminds me of OpenWRT, the open source router firmware, in that it allows you to turn the router into a WiFi client, a wireless bridge, an access point, or a range extender. It’s super-cheap at around $25, and extremely easy to configure with the provided configuration wizard.
Continue reading TP-Link TL-WA801ND: Nice