Wandering Thoughts archives

2018-02-28: egrep's -o argument is great for extracting unusual fields
Using Python 3 for example code here on Wandering Thoughts
2018-02-26: Meltdown and Spectre have made this a bad time to get a new x86 CPU
It feels good to have a fallback option for home computing
2018-02-25: What Python does when you subclass a __slots__ class is the right answer
2018-02-24: The question of what will be sending email spam over IPv6
2018-02-23: Github and publishing Git repositories
2018-02-21: Sorting out what exec does in Bourne shell pipelines
2018-02-20: How switching to uMatrix for JavaScript blocking has improved my web experience
I've now received my first spam email over IPv6
2018-02-19: Some consumer SSDs are moving to a 4k 'advance format' physical block size
2018-02-18: Memories of MGR
2018-02-17: Using lsblk to get extremely useful information about disks
2018-02-16: How I tend to label bad hardware
2018-02-15: DTrace being GPL (and thrown into a Linux kernel) is just the start
2018-02-14: Some things about ZFS block allocation and ZFS (file) record sizes
2018-02-12: Writing my first addon for Firefox wasn't too hard or annoying
2018-02-11: Sending emails to your inbox is a dangerous default
Access control security requires the ability to do revocation
2018-02-10: The interesting error codes from Linux program segfault kernel messages
2018-02-09: My failure to migrate my workstation from MBR booting to UEFI
2018-02-08: What the Linux kernel's messages about segfaulting programs mean on 64-bit x86
2018-02-07: Consumer SSDs and their nominal physical block sizes, now and in the future
2018-02-05: I should remember that sometimes C is a perfectly good option
2018-02-04: A surprise in how ZFS grows a file's record size (at least for me)
More notes on using uMatrix in Firefox 56 (in place of NoScript)
2018-02-02: Some practical tradeoffs involved in using HTTPS instead of HTTP
X's network transparency was basically free at the time

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