The net and all traffic was equal – mad(e) in the USA.

Thios Thursday, the government of the United States made it a law. Finally, they managed to shot themselves in the knee again by bringing back censorship and anarchy into the world wide web: Internet service providers may now prioritize traffic (against payment) in both directions. Sites may be speed up against a solid payment, others slowed down. Of […]

Smart tinkering

I’m thinking of some ways to work on my home in terms of making it some kind of smart. But smart in terms of having ‘some’ information instead of being married to information gathering services. Thinking of presence detection I’d vote against geofencing as this system does not need to know my location. Movement sensors lack the possibility […]

Bare debian

I love Linux – usually for being quite slim. But on the other hand, using a really minimalist install on debian 9, I need to add a few packages to get around. openssh-server – provides me ssh access net-tools – contains netstat ca-certificates – without that package I have to download without certificate checks apt-transport-https – allowing repositories […]