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DNSSEC Signing Revisited

A couple of years ago, I signed the DNS records of my personal domain with DNSSEC, and wrote a blog post on the experience. Since then, life has been generally good, although there have been a couple of hiccups where the signatures expired and my domain became briefly unavailable to resolvers that verify DNSSEC. 702 more words

Internet

Patriarchy in the news, 8/21/16

I haven’t done one of these in a while, but there is so much out there.

First up, trending on Twitter is #thingsfeministmenhavesaidtome. There are surprises, but the golden oldies are well represented, such as these: 1,074 more words

Politics, Law & Government

The Compu-min Rap

A little bit of fun for a Thursday afternoon:

Compu-min’s the name
Fixin’ PCs the game
Your pal next door can probs do the same… 124 more words

Technology

Is It The Network? Or The Software? 

I’ve been experiencing major download hiccups when it comes to the app updates in the App Store. I originally thought this was an iOS bug but after I experimented changing to a different WiFi network or an LTE network, for that matter, I’m leaning more on the network as the cause. 65 more words

Technology

America to hand off Internet in under two months

By RUDY TAKALA (@RUDYTAKALA) • 8/16/16 11:58 PM
The washington Examiner

U.S. Plan for Internet May Be Unconstitutional

The Department of Commerce is set to hand off the final vestiges of American control over the Internet to international authorities in less than two months, officials have confirmed. 642 more words

Too poor to afford the #Internet

All summer, kids have been hanging out in front of the Morris Park Library in the Bronx, before opening hours and after closing. They bring their computers to pick up the Wi-Fi signal that is leaking out of the building, because they can’t afford internet access at home. 195 more words

Libraries