Photo taken at London's Natural History Museum, recently.
Had to post something else up here because every time I checked my blog to see how awesome I still am, I'd see my wife's face staring back at me. Awkward and unsettling.
Self-indulgent meta: apparently this thing I am doing here is now called 'indieweb' by all the cool kids. Keeping a blog in 2014 is kind of ridiculous! :)
Michelle has won the Noosa One Act Play Competition 2014 for her play The Invitation - hooray, and congratulations!!!
I feel very fortunate to be married to such an amazing lady. :)
Amazing! I am blown away by this piece of software instigated by Jakob Borg.
Syncthing replaces Dropbox and BitTorrent Sync with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the Internet.
Using syncthing, that control is returned to you.
Syncthing synchronises directories of files between arbitrary computers and devices. It is:
- Cryptographically sound.
- Free and open source.
Initial tests live up to the hype. Beautiful execution, inside and out.
I contributed bug fixes to an Android port that you can install to sync files to your phone or tablet.