Some interesting content that I ingested during December 2021.
- On Schelling Points in Organizations.
- Software economics book, by Luis Artola.
Bonus: moved personal blogs to S3
Simple site hosting with Amazon S3 and HTTPS is a good guide.
- Created two buckets, with and without
www., with the content at
www.and the other being a redirect.
- Used wwwizer.com so the empty domain points to
the wwwone. This seems convoluted, but my DNS provider won’t allow me using
CNAMEfor the bucket. Thanks to this SO answer.
- Configured bucket policies.
- Configured a
ADNS registry to
22.214.171.124(wwwizwer), and a
- Check this for SSL and S3 and this for multiple domains.
Bonus 2: Marginalia search engine
In recent years, something has been simmering: Some call it the “Small Internet”. I hesitate to call it a movement, that would imply a level of organization and intent that it does not possess. It’s a disjointed group of like-minded people that recognize that the Internet has lost a certain je ne sais quoi, it has turned from a wild and creative space, into more of shopping mall. Where ever you go, you’re prodded to subscribe to newsletters, to like and comment, to buy stuff.
The purpose of the tool is primarily to help you find and navigate the non-commercial parts of the internet. Where, for sure, you’ll find crack-pots, communists, libertarians, anarchists, strange religious cults, snake oil peddlers, really strong opinions. Yes all manner of strange people.