Wed: Jan 18, 2017

» Big Dead Place - Inside the Strange and Menacing World of Antarctica. Less than two bucks for an epub!     #


» Squeeze Box - The Complete Works of “Weird Al” Yankovic. That is amazing.     #


Tue: Jan 17, 2017

» Flowblade, Free & Libre Video Editor. Looks great, just been tinkering with it so far.     #


» Designing a Sleep Monitor. Interesting, I think just having something that logs this constantly would be better suited to my needs.     #


» Lake vs. Olive Oil. Huh, I had no idea.     #


» This Can Tell You if Your Canon 50mm f/1.8 II is a Fake. There really are knock-offs for everything...     #


» ASCII Emoticon Generator. Cute.     #


» Wherein DNA Lounge will be closed soon, without your help. Wow, that sucks. I haven't been to SF in the time that DNA Lounge has been opened but I've been following the blog for a long time and I wish we had somewhere like that in Denver. This will be a piece of history lost if it goes...     #


Mon: Jan 16, 2017

» 29/31 by Garfunkel and Oates. That made me laugh.     #


» Best of Bootie 2016 released! 21-track mixtape + 10 bonus tracks. I thought this year was weaker than in the past, only one really solid song to me. Still, glad to see they are still doing it.     #


Thu: Jan 12, 2017

» Off-Grid Travel — Setting Up a Solar System. Good info.     #


Tue: Jan 10, 2017

» This Camera App is Taking On Human Trafficking with Photos of Hotel Rooms. I've stopped the travel job but if I ever start again I'm game.     #


Wed: Jan 04, 2017

» Android-IMSI-Catcher-Detector. An attempt to determine if there's a "sting-ray" cellular phone interceptor near you.     #


» Sniff iPhone traffic using Tomato router firmware. Not just iPhone, but how to use Tomato on your router to capture any wireless traffic. I used this to troubleshoot some network lag and other problems with a mobile app, super helpful.     #


Thu: Dec 22, 2016

» You can now bike from DIA to Glenwood Springs. The article is a few months old but that's still great news.     #


» A Truly Classy Metal-Framed Mini CNC. That is adorable.     #


» How To Get Wireless Passwords At Airports When They Don’t Have Free Wifi. You'll need to burn a little bit of data on your phone, or find someone who can help you look it up, but handy none the less.     #


» Ingredient Weight Chart for baking (weights of flours and such...)     #


» How to Steal Secret Encryption Keys from Android and iOS SmartPhones. Well that's no good...     #


» Clear Stickers. Making them with a laser printer and packing tape...     #


» Building the Film Can Cannon. Hah, awesome, but where do you still get film canisters?     #


» Fallout Red Rocket. He makes such incredible things I'm in awe...     #


» Peanut Butter Shell. Two ingredients and you have peanut butter magic shell for your ice cream.     #


» Bloody Mary Popcorn. Ohhh.     #


» Rifle Mountain Park Ice Caves: A Winter Wonderland. I might have to take a road trip...     #


» SSHFS-Win - SSHFS for Windows. Awesome! There's also a fork that looks good: WinSshFS Foreveryone.     #


» Entangle, a camera tethering app for Linux.     #


» The mathematics of love | Hannah Fry. There is a use for statistics!     #


» 2017 All Inclusive Binder. Wow, not kidding about all inclusive.     #


» Excel Task List. Interesting, I'm going to play with it and see if it works in LibreOffice.     #


» Lawsuit: Denver CARES Detox at Mile High Stadium Is a Moneymaking Scheme     #


» Jonathan Thomas is creating OpenShot Video Editor. I went in on the Kickstarter and I'm doing the Patreon backing for this. There's a strong need for an open-source video editor that's multi-platform and I'm glad that he's trying to address this.     #


» Magnets and Marbles !. That was amazing.     #


» Lakerol, my favorite Swedish thing (even more so than Ikea!) Look at those new flavors, I mean ginger-lime? Hells yeah! I have a buddy coming from Sweden soon, he's going to bring me some.     #


Tue: Dec 20, 2016

» The Wisdom of James Mickens. There's some hilarious computer-related stuff in there.     #


» Asuswrt-Merlin, custom firmware for Asus routers. I went ahead and flashed Tomato-Advanced on my new router, but I'll be keeping an eye on this one just in case.     #


» Netdiscover – Active/Passive network address scanner using ARP requests. Would work great for a Raspberry Pi to keep track of who's around...     #


» Register Your Cell or Internet Phone with CodeRED to Receive Emergency Messages. The registration website also has a checkbox for "keep my info private". I have no idea if they actually do but I appreciate they at least acknowledge it.     #


» Cuisinart Issues Massive Recall on Food Processors Due to Cracked Blades. No idea how far back the date of manufacture goes but it's worth taking a look if you have one (turns out I have a KitchenAid processor).     #


» Why Kakoune — The quest for a better code editor. Watch the video - very similar to vi but changes the order of noun and verb so you can go a little faster with your commands. Interesting idea.     #


» Climb Like a Local: Ouray Ice Park. Haven't been in a couple years but I still love the place. Make sure you stop by Mouse's Chocolates to get a hot cocoa at the end of the day.     #


» How To Secure Apache with Let's Encrypt. I had a personal cert on a server that was just doing duty for only me, I ran through this and it's working fine. The guide is from Digital Ocean but it applies to a lot more than just them...     #


Mon: Dec 19, 2016

» How To Make A Tabletop Charcoal Forge. I dig it. Don't know that I need one right now but I've tagged this one for a "someday".     #


Sun: Dec 18, 2016

» Stratuscaster's T-Mobile AC1900/ASUS AC68U Router Flash Instructions. That was extremely helpful. I picked up the AC1900 for $60 and went through this, then put on AdvancedTomato and now I have an extremely functional system for cheap.     #


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