I relaunched my blog using a static site generated by Hugo. The footer will indicate this as well as the theme I am currently using.
I managed to open the SIM slot of the phone and inserted a working SIM from another phone. Since the SIM was not detected at all, I decided to give the nightly CynogenMod 12.1 on the phone. Again via SFTP to SSHDroid in the LAN.
An Optimus G E975 (Intl) was still waiting for wakeup, but official updates stuck at Android 4.4.2.
So I applied CyanogenMod to that phone and since it was not that easy to gather all the necessary information, I write down a short protocol of the steps, that helped in my case. I started with the rather incomplete (with respect to rooting and recovery) howto at wiki.cynogenmod.org.
By relaying DNS queries to local dnsmasq instances, debugging DNS servers in newer Ubuntu releases is no longer strictly file-based.
Justin Weissig created a really nice compilation of useful Tips and Tricks for Linux and IT in general: http://sysadmincasts.com/episode-guide
I was reading news from freshmeat.net for such a long time and now it’s gone.
At least on Linux Mint Petra the mount of an SD card will not survive suspend mode.
This looks really impressing: http://www.digitalattackmap.com/
My experiences with generic lean and functional crawlers for the internet started with Alta Vista.
I recently upgraded my iPhone 5 to an Optimus G, which fits better to the profile of a Linux User and after I was never satisfied with the results of Siri (at least in German), the voice recognition of Google Now is in comparison more than convincing.