Have you looked at SpiderOak? It's a Dropbox competitor and way more secure. Use this link with referral to get more space if you sign up (it's free etc). If you do use that link, also use the promo code "WORLDBACKUPDAY" in addition to going there via the special link and you get more space (6GB instead of 2GB, so a significant improvement!)
Trying out SpiderOak instead of Dropbox
Doing nice things with your SSH config file
If you are running a unix-like machine, like a Linux workstation, or BSD or Apple Mac, you might be acquainted with the ~/.ssh directory. SSH stores known hosts in their, as well as your public and private SSH keys and more important stuff. The contents of a ~/.ssh/config look …
Happy 50th birthday, Unix epoch!
Happy epoch day everyone! 50 years since the first of January, 1970. Time flies when you're typing in dark terminals.
This morning one year ago I was eating breakfast at my parents' place, anticipating seeing my bride for the first time in her beautiful dress. The day that followed was a whirlwind of really great moments and happenings, leading us to be married at a beautiful castle, then celebrating it …
When Wordpress 404's aren't
Today I helped a colleague troubleshooting a form in one of our Wordpress websites that returned a "404 Page not found"-error when it was submitted to itself. Of course, this was rather puzzling as the address was exactly the same as the page where you just filled the form …