Searching for Creative Domain Wordplay with only a Shell Script

Domain names have always fascinated me somewhat. Not the boring ones like google.com or gov.uk, no, I’m talking about the clever wordplay that people often play with. Sometimes, a domain name even comes before a company is founded! Good examples of these are lobste.rs, the tech-oriented discussion site, ultralig.ht, the web UI framework, or adf.ly


A Modern Approach to Single-Server Infrastructure

“The Cloud” is often marketed as the best alternative to managing servers yourself. For the most part, this is true, given you’re a corporation that can afford to buy-in to managed hosting and trade-off the need to hire system administrators to wrangle their RHEL or Windows Server machines. But if you’re not a corporation, and


Infrastructure-as-Code for Personal Projects

A recent topic of discussion that appeared on Lobste.rs and Hacker News has been the use of the container orchestration tool, Kubernetes, to wrangle personal projects and websites. The initial entry that sparked this discussion was an article by Caleb Doxsey which pitched Kubernetes as an affordable platform for personal projects. Kubernetes: The Surprisingly Affordable