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That said, if you’d like to hang around a while and see what’s here, then feel free. But be warned, I’m pretty damn good at wasting other people’s time. Also be advised that without the burden of an editor I take far too many words to describe anything since electrons are free. Hmmm…I guess this paragraph is an example in and of itself. Verbosity rules!
A blog of neologisms cataloging emotions unique to the twenty-first century.
A new site, blog, and wiki for all things Raspberry Pi.
The International Anthropomorphic Research Project’s (IARP’s) public information hub, studying Furries and their fandom, increasing understanding and decreasing stigma.
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One mage's Livejournal charting his progress while performing the Abramelin operation.
A political journal dedicated to analyzing and contextualizing the contents of the leaked US diplomatic cables.
A distributed version control system, similar to Git or Mercurial, only it also includes a bugtracker, a wiki, and a blog for collaboration in the same package. Includes a web interface for everything. Can automatically sync with other instances. Self contained.
A list of the top 20 security practices for the NginX web server. Worth it for the SElinux and /etc/sysctl.conf modifications alone.
A sysadmin's how-to post on getting started with VMWare ESXi.
A blog post describing the 5x5 method of designing adventures and campaigns for role-playing games.
Not in a position where you can download the VMware vSphere client to a workstation so you can do what you need to do? Somebody figured out the download links for versions as far back as v4, so you can download them manually if you need to. He's documented it here.
Pelican is a package which generates a static blog (i.e., it renders the HTML files for your site when you tell it to and that's it). Written in Python. Uses Markdown to format posts prior to rendering into HTML. Comments are implemented with Disqus, so you don't have to fiddle with setting up shared hosting to store comments from readers. Can even import contents of Wordpress or Dotclear installs, or anything that has an RSS feed.
Sofa is the demo CouchApp from the O'Reilly CouchDB book. It's a blog. If you buy (or download) the O'Reilly book it'll walk you through the code piece by piece to help you learn how to write CouchApps.
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