Just yesterday, Rob Dyke uploaded a new video in his ‘Seriously Strange’ series, about unexplained events caught on camera. The first phenomena that he mentions are people who dress as clowns, and act… strangely, I guess. I admit, if I saw a masked person in the dark, I would be freaked out, but being a clown costume doesn’t make it any worse.
I’m trying to understand the fear of clowns. Clowns, specifically, because I think it’s silly. It’s something that kids used to claim to get attention, always followed by ‘I saw ‘It’ when I was young, and it scarred me for life.’
Continue reading I think a fear of clowns is pretty hokey
This doesn’t really fall into the realm of exciting, but here’s my home office setup. It’s actually a loft over the dining room, but it’s the office, so it’s the loftice.
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When you first install WinSCP, it offers you the convenience of pulling your saved FileZilla/PuTTY credentials over, so you can hit the ground running. It really is convenient.
But it worried me. How did WinSCP find that info so easily? It was instantaneous. Turns out, really easily.
Continue reading How FileZilla Keeps Your Credentials Safe
I have wanted to put a security camera in my office for a long time now. Only recently did I find that I had all of the necessary means to do so. Come along on a journey of monotony across about two or three hours of my day. That’s the thing with being a sysadmin, you’re either running around with your head chopped off or you’re on reddit for four hours and your chair smells funny when you leave at 5:00 on the dot.
Continue reading The Office Security Camera Project
We needed to create a standalone kiosk-type terminal that we could have workers use to track their work, efficiency, etc. for billing purposes. Something that should/could have been done years ago, but it didn’t. Well, now I’m here, so weird projects like that can finally take shape.
The First Iteration:
Continue reading The Raspberry Pi Kiosk Saga