Showing posts from October, 2012

Hi-tech Tomatoes

This morning, while cutting a tomato, I went through a rather strange experience, which prompted me to look at the business of growing tomatoes.

Song Recognition Software and Services

Not long ago, identifying a song involved a rather complicated process. Today, finding that song stuck in your head is an app install away.

Linux Tor Relay on Pentium 75

For a long time I’ve been toying with the idea of running a TOR relay for my own privacy reasons and to give back to the community as well. Though my router and NAS (and possibly even my WD Live box) have enough chutzpah to run it, I prefer to use a very old computer instead for reasons of separation (security). For a while, I even considered buying a Raspberry Pi or some other similar cheap gizmo, then I remember I have a bunch of old computers I've never used..