[Alternate title, "Ritalin: It's not what you think."] It's now been about a year or so since I did the post-TBI Neurology/Psychology battery of tests -- the Neuro/Psych exam. I think I'd said before that these things were often performed prior to returning to work, but because I'm so determined (and somewhat narrow-minded) and was… Continue reading Thoughts on the Neuro-Psychology Exam
I love Nagios. I love Raspberry PIs. It's awkward to shoehorn Nagios into into an rPi. Somebody fixed that particular annoyance. Honestly, this has been around for a few years, but I'll have to learn something about it and stop trying to hack together my own solutions. Some summary info is on an older Cat5… Continue reading A Home Network Addition
If you wait until you're ready, you'll never be ready. You will fabricate all manner of excuses to justify waiting until you're ready. You'll not try, or learn, or pursue, or just do. Because, you're not ready yet. No, in fact, the world isn't ready yet. The concept of being ready is an excuse. Never… Continue reading The World Isn’t Ready Yet
We're using Hubot for very limited automation and integration with our messaging apps. We've renamed it from "hubot" to "alfred". To make a request, you simply begin with "alfred ..." Like, for example, you need it to build a cluster, the instruction might be alfred build <region> <name> Of course, the 'region' and 'name' are… Continue reading Still Funny
I built a trap door. This was the last of the flooring project. The trap door in the master closet -- not an accurate phrase because it's most definitely not an actual trap -- is access to the crawl space under the house. It was just a bit of carpet slapped onto a not-quite-square floor… Continue reading It’s A Trap!