And what is good, Phaedrus, and what is not good – Need we ask anyone to tell us these things?

  • iMac on the Fritz

    September 25, 2017

    After six and a half years of heavy use, my main computer, a mid-2011 27″ iMac, is on the Fritz.It is currently unclear if it is the graphics card itself, some related hardware, or just a worn cable. Maybe I am gonna be surprised and it is something completely…

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  • #BTW2017

    September 25, 2017

    Eigentlich wollte ich nicht mehr über Politik bloggen. Politische Meinungspost altern meiner Meinung nach sehr schlecht und sehr schnell. Meinungen reifen, Meinungen ändern sich, vor allen Dingen die eigenen.Das kann dann unter anderem zur Folge haben, dass man eigene Einträge von vor fünf Jahren nur noch mit der Hand…

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  • iPhone 8 Plus

    September 15, 2017

    When Apple first announced this year’s new phones, I immediately wanted to go for the iPhone X. I was instantly sold on the idea of having an almost bezel-free OLED display, combined with the latest technology and one of the best chipsets on the market. And wireless charging? Please…

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  • Lucky

    September 15, 2017

    We in the IT industry in general, and me in particular, very much like to complain. A lot. The recent iPhone release, and the expected price increase, helped me quite a bit to deflate my head and return a bit closer to Earth.I am in a remarkably privileged situation.…

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  • Ansible Tower now Open-Source

    September 11, 2017

    RedHat kept their promise and made "Ansible Tower" Open-Source. The free version is called AWX, and is available on GitHub. According to their announcement, the model for AWX is similar to the one for Fedora and RedHat — which works great for so many years now.AWX will be developed by…

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  • Python Development with Atom

    September 7, 2017

    Over the years my Development Environments have changed quite a lot. When I started writing scripts in Bash and Perl, I used VIM. As I used Linux on the Desktop, and my scripts were not that complex, it worked great at the time. After that, I tried Komodo and ended…

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  • VULTR: Instances sold out

    July 23, 2017

    While taking a closer look at VULTR, I became very interested in their “$2.50 plan”, as it is half as much as you would have to pay for the same performance at similar providers.Now I wanted to deploy my permanent test and development VPS and was surprised to…

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