Lazy Reading for 2020/09/13

Completed Tuesday, in an effort to reduce tab count in my browser.

Lazy Reading for 2020/09/06

I went esoteric this week, and it was fun!

In Other BSDs for 2020/08/29

No theme, but plenty of variety.

 

Lazy Reading for 2020/05/24

It’s rare, but I was able to collect most of these links more than 24 hours before you are reading them.

Lazy Reading for 2020/05/10

Emacs and Vim content; I feel like I should always have one with the other.

Lazy Reading for 2020/04/19

I could not come up with a good roguelike link this week, but I am hitting many of my other usual targets.

In Other BSDs for 2020/04/11

BUG meetings are canceled, but this can’t be surprising at this point.

In Other BSDs for 2020/02/22

No theme this week cause I think I hit everything.

 

In Other BSDs for 2019/12/21

I managed to miss the Thursday update to BSDNow (#329) – Michael W. Lucas is interviewed mostly about his unnatural love of gelato BSD books , and he’s always an entertaining talker.

 

In Other BSDs for 2019/11/23

Read that last link, if only to make your convention-going safer in the future.

In Other BSDs for 2019/11/02

I still haven’t caught up, natch, but not going to miss this week!

 

In Other BSDs for 2019/09/28

Note there’s several BUG meetings coming up.

Your book plug of the week: “Of course, if you don’t want to sponsor a book on SNMP I can’t blame you for that either. It’s a horrible topic that most of us would rather pretend didn’t exist.

In Other BSDs for 2019/09/07

I have an RSS backlog now.

In Other BSDs for 2019/07/20

And overflow continues!  I am secretly pleased.

In Other BSDs for 2019/07/13

Done early, for once!  I managed to complete this by Thursday night.

In Other BSDs for 2019/06/29

Last minute, again.

Lazy Reading for 2019/06/02

I’ve got some unique links this week.

In Other BSDs for 2019/05/18

I have more links than I expected.

In Other BSDs for 2019/04/27

I have cleared out my backlog of general BSD stuff but am still a month behind on DragonFly news, which is the opposite of usual.