@soapdog Search engines would be happy with just a /sitemap.xml file, but us humans need something a little more elaborate to navigate. You could stick a link to the Topics page in your top-level navigation.

@soapdog What’s that weird e-ink thing on the second photo? (Also, how do I find older blog posts? There’s no pagination to go backwards from the front page.)

Daniel boosted

June is bring-your-sexuality-and-gender-identity-to-work month.

#PrideMonth

@jeremiahlee Start with multi-CDN. Don’t rely on just one provider. The same applies for DNS; use a secondary name server from a different provider. You can even throw in your own NS and A servers into the mix to get multi-provider plus your own independent servers. Decentralization doesn’t mean “host it yourself.” It means don’t put all the community’s eggs in the same giant basket.

Today’s Fastly outage was a good reminder for the internet: decentralization is good, and redundancy is good. Centralization means more things stops working all at once.

@kevincox `if !(this || that)` vs `if !this || that`. Does `unless` make a set of conditional statements negative or just the first condition in the statement. :thinksphere:

@gustavohmsilva DDG uses results from Bing, though. Stargpage delivers Google results filtered through an ad-company.

@gustavohmsilva Bing search really values links on Twitter, though.

@kevincox Then again, `unless this or that` is really difficult to read. Does it mean `if !this and !that` or `if !this and that`?

@edsu You’re welcome. You better read this one as well: ctrl.blog/entry/keepass-file-c 😉
Syncthing is great, but you should ideally have a “sync thing” that is always-online to avoid conflicts and issues unless all your device are always powered on and online. E.g. a NAS or a VPS somewhere. Syncthing can sync to an untrusted host that never has the decryption keys for the data, so anywhere you’ve got space and can run the software is fine.
docs.syncthing.net/branch/untr

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