This a note for Future John: Using filesystem capabilities with rsync by Hazel Smith. Use the CAP_DAC_READ_SEARCH capability. AKA: how I learned to stop worrying and love CAP_DAC_READ_SEARCH. There are some more notes over on Linux Capabilities and rsync, from presentation to practice.
Monthly Archives: April 2023
The T2 Tile Project
Today I discovered The T2 Tile Project. Looks pretty cool! It’s a whole new approach to computing with a focus on robustness.
The project is being run by David Ackley.
Well I have just disabled the voicemail feature on my telephone account. Good riddance I say! Only con artists and scammers were leaving me messages, and forcing me to spend time sitting there deleting them all from time to time. No more!
Apparently this is an old classic, but I only learned of it today: Programming Sucks.
MRI tech advances: Brain Images Just Got 64 Million Times Sharper.
Weaponizing hyperfocus: Becoming the first DevRel at Tailscale
I enjoyed reading Xe‘s comments, particularly about focus: Weaponizing hyperfocus: Becoming the first DevRel at Tailscale.
Antidote to hot glue
I was searching for this earlier and couldn’t find it. WordPress search is shit. As my mate Craig told me the antidote to hot glue is isopropyl.
I did some creative writing, inspired by a new friend: The Circle.
Learned about a YouTube channel that runs math videos: 3Blue1Brown. The channel is here.