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My new Code Server: HP EliteDesk 800 G1 USDT

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Yesterday I read this article by Vincent Warmerdam describing his new home setup. He uses an Intel NUC running Linux, which he can program on well, and accesses it via his laptop or a Mac using Visual Studio Code.

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I moved my files to OneDrive

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Probably some readers will now think about this post: “What’s wrong with you? Where have your ideals and principles gone? Microsoft is evil!” But why do I actually have to justify myself? I have my reasons and I am free in what I can and cannot do.

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My July ‘21 in Review

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Now the end of July has already arrived. Another month over, another monthly review to read.

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My June ‘21 in Review

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So, now June is also over already. Already half of the year reached – crazy. So here’s my review of the past 30 days and what else is on my mind:

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My May ‘21 in Review

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And the next month is over, May. What happened? From my point of view not very much.

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Promoting the use of Tor

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You might have discovered two new links in the footer of my blog or homepage. “🔓 Connect via Tor.” and “What is Tor?”. I now try to promote the use of Tor with GoBlog.

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My April ‘21 in Review

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And now another month is already over, a whole third of the year already. How time flies… And so I come to the review of the past month.

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On the app store debate

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In the current debate (which has been going on for a while) about allowing alternative app stores on mobile devices, I honestly don’t understand at all the position that being able to use an alternative store would compromise security.

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My March ‘21 in Review

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Now March is over as well, so it’s time to take a look at what was going on in March for me.

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When the use of JavaScript is justified

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JavaScript is a controversial topic, especially in privacy and open source circles. That’s because JavaScript is often used to execute code on website visitors' devices that does things that aren’t so cool. For example, tracking users across the entire Internet. That’s why the use of ad blockers is actually indispensable nowadays, and some go so far as to block JavaScript altogether.

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