In my last post, I talked about why I block comments on most media sites. You might have noticed that I don't have comments here, either. I know I only have a few readers (at best), and most of the comments I have received have been helpful and constructive. I
I wanted to take a moment to talk about Brian Chen's article, "The Internet Trolls Have Won. Sorry, There’s Not Much You Can Do." in the New York Times. It's an interesting piece for a lot of reasons, and I like a lot of what Brian and
We cannot hope to keep up with all the available media in an always-on world. Rather than disconnect, I suggest we think about ways to take back our technology to self-select our content, reduce the amount that we consume, and focus on content and community over quantity.
Continued adventures in application troubleshooting aka using `strace` in the most brute force sort of way.