Ansible works pretty well with DigitalOcean, and where it is not, it is mostly the fault of dopy, not DigitalOcean’s or Ansible’s.1 I am using macOS and out of convenience I installed Ansible via Homebrew. When trying certain actions, for example destroying a Droplet, I got this error message: dopy >= 0.2.3 required for this … Continue reading Ansible: Misleading dopy errors
Very interesting story from Loran Kloeze describing how to create a database of phone numbers, profile pictures and status information without much difficulty.
A really great comic that explains the “backfire effect”. He also recommends listening to all three parts of the “You are not so smart podcast”.
I decided to move all my Virtualization and Cloud related content to a new blog. This will hopefully help me to better separate my content and maintain a clear focus for the new blog. With the separation, and the new catchier domain name, I aspire to create a hub and go-to-resource for Virtualization and Cloud … Continue reading Virtualization content moved
This makes me hopeful that we will be able to cure cancer one day, the treatment is controversial though:
Although the cases drew wide media attention in Britain, some researchers said that because the London team also gave the children standard chemotherapy, they failed to show the cell treatment actually cured the kids.
In a world first, surgeons were able to perform a difficult, highly precise eye procedure with the robot’s help.
A very interesting story about a law professor who challenged his ticket for a traffic violation on the grounds of the constitution. By doing so, he shows big flaws in the criminal and civil justice system and the processes around it.