Most of what I post here is pretty geeky but this post is much more personal. That is, it is about a person, what I am doing for them and, well, why. What feels strange is that I am just doing this -- because it just feels like what I should do. Few people seem to understand it but, I do.
OK, what am I talking about? I have a part-time maid. She has a now 16 year old daughter. The idea was that she would make a good friend for my 16 year old niece. While they know each other, the "good friend" part never happened. (And, in fact, my niece is back in Nicaragua and says she is not moving to here which happens to be Panajachel Guatemala.) But, that didn't stop her (Rocio is her name) from visiting.
wallabag (formerly poche) is a self hostable application for saving web pages. Unlike other services, wallabag is free (as in freedom) and open source.
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What this means is that I no longer need a dedicated server. I decided the best solution was to downgrade to a shared server for those domains that remain. I was about to start moving things but decided to ask if there was an easier way.
This information comes from Glenn Greenwald's book No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State which will be released tomorrow.
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While I am a Dead Head, I don't consider myself a Trekie but ST:TNG has re-entered my life with a different purpose. I have been watching it dubbed in Spanish. While I know people who watch Soap Operas to learn a language, that isn't my style. But, ST:TNG always impressed me because of it's better society message amid technological advances.
Calling it a CMS is probably incorrect. It is a tool for creating a web site. Unlike Drupal, ocPortal and such it is not a tool to allow you to have the unwashed masses contributing to the site.