And other Linux delights. Often there is a need to configure processes to start on startup and to restart on failure. On Linux systems this process is controlled via the systemd init system and system manager. Now, as with most things Linux, there are a lot of sources of information out there. Several of them … Continue reading Running Scripts at Startup
Too much; not enough.
Letters, letters, everywhere, all capitals.
You too can be a Big Winner! Inspiration via LinkedIn and Self-Help.
It was so much easier when we could just purge the devil.
Haven't you got better things to be doing?
Some Tim Key / E. J. Thribb inspired poetry.
As Glastonbury tickets are like gold dust, I experimented for the 2022 festival with a virtual reality (VR) experience. Here are the results.
This post began as a stream of consciousness Twitter thread that I've retrofitted into a blog post. As is always the case, both the political left and right see truths about the markets. The left is correct that money and trade reduces interpersonal prosociality (increased in-group "lovin’"). The right is correct that money and trade … Continue reading Thinking About Kinship & Society
This post looks at some key ideas for artificial intelligence systems. It acts as a guide to the landmarks on our path to improved computing.