I have the simplest personal email spam solution in the world. I use Apple’s Address Book and, in it, I keep all the email addresses I ever want to get mail from. In Apple’s Mail program, I simply tell it that email from an address in my address book is exempt from being treated as […]
In a previous post I wrote a small expect script to update a remote web server’s deployed code on a new commit to a Subversion repository using Expect and Subversion’s post-commit hooks. That first script was extraordinarily basic, so I’ve been wanting to add some sanity and error checking to it for a while. I […]
Something from tonight that I said that I want to remember: The thing about being strong is that being strong means not getting what you want or what you need and yet being okay anyway. When I was young and, of course, even these days, I don’t always get what I want or need. I […]
Bah. It is beautiful outside but I can’t remember how to smile at the weather. My crappy ISP (named after a cartoon character) has been spotty all week, frustrating my attempts to be productive except in the case of playing with nmap. So I find myself playing with the WordPress to LiveJournal crossposter instead. This […]
nmap to find the correct IP address for one of my servers whose DNS A-record was out of date.