This is the first of a series of blog posts on building my own home router from scratch using Debian. My hopes are that by sharing my experiences, it can help others in this endeavor.
I've been playing Minecraft for a while and after doing some travelling, I've ran into the issue where I'd like to syncronize my Minecraft saves across computers.
After getting my tax refund and being sick and tired of bottling my homebrew beer, I've built myself a kegerator!
Yes, it's that time of year. Time to change my website design yet again!
I got tired of dealing with Wordpress and wrote my own static page generator in Python, dubbed Posty. I know, I'm kind of re-inventing the wheel here and there are some really nice solutions to this problem, but why not just make something for making's sake?
Plus, I just feel cool using Markdown and YAML to update my website.
I've been struggling getting my work phone number verified with Google Voice. The way that number verification works is that Google Voice calls you and asks you to enter the two-digit code that's displayed on the website. But for some reason when I get a call on my outside line and I press a number button, it doesn't send that DTMF tone. Instead it tries to place another call.
My solution? I found a DTMF tone generator online and I played the code DTMF tones through my computer speakers.
It's nice to see that these old phone tricks still work.