October 22, 2010

More I like from 2009: Sub Focus, Paul Ritch.

October 18, 2010

I’m listening to all of the BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes from 2009. So far Showtek/Kidd Kaos and Fake Blood are my favorites.

October 16, 2010

So… OpenBSD’s ftp client does HTTP as well? Surprising, but at least that explains how I’m expected to fetch files from web servers without installing e.g. curl or wget.

I have to say that it seems pretty weird that OpenBSD’s ftp-proxy doesn’t have a solution for FTP connections that originate from the OpenBSD box itself.[1][2][3] I’m really expected to just open a bunch of high ports? iptables handles this better.

October 9, 2010

I just figured out that Ruby’s “Core API” is different from its “Standard Library.” Or at least I think that’s the case, since I looked at the documentation for Time in the “Standard Library” and found it referring to extending the “time” module… elsewhere.

Good thing that’s not confusing.