Mailpile: Email that does privacy and search brilliantly

  Back in 2013, I wrote about how the hosting industry is losing customers to proprietary mail platforms. I also announced that we would be supporting Geary, the email client from Yorba. Unfortunately, the Geary campaign didn’t reach the target they set. Even though that campaign didn’t work out, I still believed that supporting the development of free […]

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Upgrading Networks in Zambia

Back in August 2016 I flew out to Zambia with four others to volunteer at the Saint Francis’ Hospital, Katete to upgrade their network. The hospital is located in in a relatively remote part of eastern Zambia, around an hours drive from the Mozambique and Malawi border. Due to this remote location, it can be […]

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How to Protect Yourself from DDoS

In October 2016 there was a significant denial-of-service attack (DDoS) which took down Netflix, Reddit, Twitter and other big internet services. People noticed slow-loading pages, not being able to watch a favourite show, or even having their whole work day grind to a halt: The whole internet is down, so I guess I'm calling a snow […]

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