I recently started using lynis to help harden my VPS and I found that having it run every night is a good way to stay on top of changes introduced by automated package updates. It takes a little extra work
At work today I needed to grab over a 1000 twitter avatars using a CSV file containing the usernames. I’ve previously used the twitter gem when I wrote Burnside so I figured that would work here too and I was
For a new project I needed to emulate dial-up speeds while loading static content into a UIWebView. Unfortunately that class doesn’t provide any hooks to get into the read/write stream. Climbing down the stack doesn’t yield any help either. It so
Over on the Panic Blog I posted an update about a project I worked on some time ago. It’s an iOS In/Out tracker that uses geo-fencing and iBeacons. More details can be found over there.
On Memorial Day weekend we toured the Old West Scenic Bikeway loop with some of our friends. It was one of the prettier bike tours that I’ve done in Oregon. Highly recommended route if you have 4 or 5 days. The