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First Hand Experience @ Startup Culture

First Hand Experience @ Startup Culture

 

Welp, I thought I never be taking a trip down Silicon Valley.  I thought you know, I was the kid who just knew how to wrangle shit and not ever be touched by souls.

Well goddamn it was I wrong.

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The Chronicles of Unidentified (ID) Artists

The Chronicles of Unidentified (ID) Artists

 

EDIT: I WOULD LIKE TO SAY HAPPY 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE BLOG! It’s been a great honor to keep an almost half-dead blog for so long.

Brief history:

It started in 2013 on Name.com’s hosting service specifically tailored for WordPress called (BlogPress?) and ever since I discovered how to access cPanel (when you’re not supposed to), I decided to get a Linode VPS and setup a ridiculous varnish cached setup (now just 1 server) but nonetheless it’s still going strong.

On this honorary day, I have a new blog post for you! (HOW IRONIC HOW I MAKE A POST ON THE SAME DAY OF THE ANNIVERSARY!)

Well, I just made a recent discovery that might confirm the evolution of the Illuminati and these artists’ satanic powers.

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Starbound.me – The server that was never born

I just can’t f$#cking do this anymore.

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Cloudfrontier 2: The magic of DNS & Varnish

Cloudfrontier 2: The magic of DNS & Varnish

 

Do you love magic like Harry?

Then please, continue reading.

 

 

No seriously,

(Warning: There is content that is not suitable for people who think ding dongs are funny)

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GitDoge

GitDoge

 

One of my favorite pieces of software is called GitDoge (otherwise best known as GitLab).  Please, let me show you how it works.

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The Chronicles of the Bong Cord Integration Project 46

The Chronicles of the Bong Cord Integration Project 46

 

UPDATE: Sway is mad loooool

A while ago, Sway, the owner of CraftedMiners, offered to pay me if I integrated BungeeCord, another yet Minecraft server proxy wrapper, with ReportRTS, a ticket reporting plugin.  In other words, he wanted ReportRTS to work between multiple servers, like multiple worlds (already supported).  I was reluctant at first due to my schedule, but I then took a crack at it.

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I’m finally LinkedIn with Kamino!

I’m finally LinkedIn with Kamino!

 

No pun intended.

I’ve spoken with Koala, the owner of the Kamino IRC network and I’ve finally securedservers linked my RamNode VPS with the network and now I’m part of the great Kamino IRC network.

This also means I’m shifting my channels ONCE AGAIN and now #starbound (Formerly, #StarboundMe) and #superspytx are on Kamino.

I’m sorry for the change, but I’d like to volunteer and help out the network because I’m thankful for a smaller and less broken (EsperNet) alternative.

I’ve also have plans to link another yet IRC network that’s in the midst of booting up, so stay tuned!

Happy thanksgiving everybody!

Finishing Cody8295’s Puzzle

Finishing Cody8295’s Puzzle

 

So when it’s 11:30PM at night, you just got home.  You are bored, so you randomly just visit GitHub and end up in random places.

However this wasn’t so random, but numerous times, I’ve been reading this blog entry from plausibility and as I scrolled towards the bottom, there was a part to his mysterious hacking puzzle that he couldn’t figure out.

The bit that’s really an issue here is the “Official site of the Royals” – that’s more than two characters, three at the least, if you take the first two of the domain, excluding the obligatory www. Who knows, who cares. Toodles.

I, being extremely bored, take the liberty of attempting and (successfully) solving that dilemma and therefore completing the entire puzzle.

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The Chronicles of Name.com and Apache.

The Chronicles of Name.com and Apache.

 

This my friends, is the control panel of the last host for this blog.

Today, I will use my venture card to show you what the hell happened to my blog.

Please, take a journey with me and read more.

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Starbound.me

Starbound.me

 

NEWSFLASH (10/10/13): IRC Network is now freenode, click here to read more.

Another failing server?

 

How can it fail when the server doesn’t even exist yet?

 

Well, you’re just about to find out.

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