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I spent a long time beating my head against the wall trying to solve this, so I thought I’d share it here in the hopes that it helps someone else. I picked up a very cheap VPS to serve as a backup for various services, and decided to use it as a MySQL slave for [...]
Radio Reference is a popular website for (police) scanner enthusiasts. It offers a pretty revolutionary concept: enthusiasts hook their scanners up to computers which relay the traffic to RadioReference’s servers, which host them as Shoutcast feeds. (I would also argue that the site is the best resource out there for scanner frequencies, and there are [...]
If anyone has ever doubted that special interests were out of control, here’s proof: the National Association of Broadcasters and the RIAA have proposed legislation that would require all cell phones to contain FM radios. I’m not really sure why I would want an FM radio on my iPhone, when I have over a thousand [...]
Not that it’s a user-friendly form, but ever wanted to snoop on memcache and see how many pointless queries are sent in? tcpdump -vvxXs 1500 -i bond0 ‘port 11211′ Substitute bond0 with whatever you call your NIC.
It seems I do this often, but the main page was getting ugly to look at it. I replaced it with another theme. It’s obviously still got some styling issues and some places where I haven’t changed the default text that came with the template I bought… But I’ll get to that in time. :) [...]
I’ve just upgraded to WordPress 3.0. Everything seems peachy, but let me know if there are problems. (You can reach me on gmail.com email, where my username is ‘mwaggy’ if comments don’t work?)
The Oregon Tea Party put out a bumper sticker that begins, “We are Anonymous.” Anonymous was apparently displeased, as the Tea Party Oregon Facebook page may indicate: I’m not linking to the page, because I had to crop my screenshot to leave out the Goatse guy. If you have retinal bleach, you can search Facebook [...]