People don’t want to run their own servers, and never will.
Running your own server is fun and very instructional — for geeks like us…
…for a time…
…after about 20 years or so you’ve seen it all, done it all, tried it all, met all the script kiddies in your logs, evaded them by moving your SSH server port out of harm’s way (not that you were using password-based ssh accounts to begin with, it was just so annoying to see them try the same thing over and over again, no creativity really, come on…), dito for the attack attempts on your nginx server (again, easily foiled, by using a handful of
So… I’ve been thinking about shifting my web stuff. For my photography stuff I’ve been starting to make more use of my flickr account. For my blogs I have now setup two github repositories:
- a private “factory” repository which really contains the source and mechanics of the blog, and
- the public repository mapped to my
Moxie takes a critical look at that latest con-game, “web3” and really takes that idea apart; recommended reading. ↩︎