USPS finally got me the teas I ordered as a Christmas gift.Continue reading post "#3210"
I bought the computer version of the Splendor board game (through Steam) in December.Continue reading post "#3208"
Yay Browns, going to the playoffs for the first time in a long time.Continue reading post "#3206"
Happy new year.Continue reading post "#3202"
Needing to get out of the house, I went on a short hike this evening on the Dogwood trail.Continue reading post "#3199"
I replaced my nearly eight year old car battery with an Interstate from Costco today.Continue reading post "#3196"
Merry Christmas to all. It has definitely turned out to be a white Christmas around here.Continue reading post "Christmas 2020"
My phone (Pixel 3a) has been dropping longer calls when using wi-fi calling over T-Mobile Home Internet.Continue reading post "#3186"
I spent some time playing with my Raspberry Pi’s this weekend.Continue reading post "#3182"
The Ubuntu / Debian
unattended-upgrades package has an option to automatically reboot as needed when it upgrades packages. It will do this without user input, at a chosen time. However, it doesn’t allow for any conditions beyond need and time. I found a need for more nuance recently, so I had to disable the built-in functionality and set up my own script on a cron job.