For a while I have been running my own GitLab install on one of my servers, to have a place for my private repos and some stuff I keep around. Tired of having to keep an eye on my WordPress blog continuosly, update all the time and fending off hacker attacks, some time ago I decided it was time to move to one of those new, modern, state-of-the-art static website builders.
Disneyland Paris (and Disney Studios Paris) for people with a disability Theme Parks are fun for both kids and adults. Probably the most popular one in Europe is Disneyland Paris, which offers a lot of rides that are nice and soft for the smaller family members, but also has quite some thrilling rides (mostly the rollercoasters but also the free-drop tower of the “Hollywood Hotel”) for adults, and then there are many in-between.
This is a list of the software I use, be it on this site or elsewhere. It’s intended as a reference for anyone to use. Some of the products contain a small snippet on my personal opinion on each of the products. To be taken with a pinch of salt, and I will try to keep it continuously updated. Operating Systems Desktop / Workstation Windows 10 just works and comes free with a lot, if not almost every PC nowadays.
Just to make my point clear: I don’t believe everyone defining himself as “Muslim” is a terrorist. I don’t think more security and curtailment of our civil rights and liberties will really help solving this problem. I don’t think we should change our lifestyle and customs to make refugees feel more at home here. It is them who need to adopt and embrace our lifestyle to feel at home here, and that for a start, includes being able to take criticism, unacceptance and even mocking of their religious beliefs, an important part of our free western and open culture and way-of-live.
I went to the cinema yesterday to watch “Atomic Blonde” which goes by the name of “Atómica” here in Spain. It’a a spy movie, albeit an unusual one. Charlize Theron goes out of her wat to play a femme-fatale MI6 Secret agent, and John Goodman is in it for a nice final twist of the plot, but better go to the movies and see it happen yourself. What I want to talk about is the soundtrack and the production design of the movie.
From Cryptonomicon (Neal Stephenson):
El grandioso Ignatius Farray contra las magufadas:
Seems that once the liability for public WLAN in Germany has been changed (up to now, the operator of a public wireless internet access in a Hotel, Restaurant, Cafe or wherever could be hold liable for any illegal actions by his users / subscribers, only the bit telcos were exempt from this regulation) everybody is now jumping on the bandwagon of providing free internet access to customers, patrons, guests and, er, well, church-goers or whatever you call them.
The disappointing reality pic.twitter.com/ud2rULMhfm — The Practical Dev (@ThePracticalDev) February 25, 2016