Some recent links I've gathered.
A sobering tale. I do many of the online personal security tactics here and I've never really considered what might happen should the shit really hit the fan.
As I try to nudge myself back into writing online, I struggle with many of the same issues that most people who want to blog do. Is my content worthy? Is anyone going to read this? What do I write?
Jeremy Keith shared a few blog posts recently that help sum up why you should just skip those questions and just write. Matthias Ott writes, "Don’t overthink it – hit publish."
Jim Nielson writes:
Each voice is individual and matters
Slow is ok
Diversified and independent is good
Not fitting a pattern is ok
Not being easily commodified is ok
Both of these sentiments resonate with me, and remind me to let go of the worries I carry with me and just write what I want.
Tailscale is a VPN for your SSH, RDP, or VNC connections. It enables encrypted point-to-point connections using the open source WireGuard protocol. Looks pretty slick and it's free for hobby or personal use. Requires SSO login via Google, Microsoft or Githib though.
Via Daring Fireball