Month: February 2009

  • OpenVPN in VirtualBox

    There are a number of reasons why you might want to run a VPN on your laptop. The most obvious is that you have to, in order to access files back at the office. Two other likely reasons are security (you are in a public place, and want to encrypt all traffic) and […]

  • Road Trip Completed

    My last post covered the first half of our long road trip south. We left off on Friday February 6th, while David was still on call. After our shopping trip, Lois and I spent the rest of the day at David’s (where that post was written). We left at 8:30pm and headed to […]

  • Two Flew South

    Lois asked me to name this post Two Flew South. She had a good reason, it was clever, so I didn’t hesitate in accepting her suggestion. Let’s not make it a habit though. This is my blog, not hers, and I intend to keep it that way. Of course, all of the photos […]

  • Converting from Procmail to Maildrop

    I’ve been using procmail to filter mail on the server forever. I like it, so it’s important to note that even though I switched, I have nothing bad to say about procmail. So, why did I switch? Procmail can be a little terse to read (obviously, I’m used to it by now). Over […]