Last year I built a number of Hugo sites that takes the content from Notion and Airtable via their respective API. It works really well. Users manage the data in Notion or Airtable and the sites are kept updated in the background automatically.

One of the big advantages with static sites is that you can host them almost anywhere. I have found that GitHub pages is one of the most convenient hosting solutions. With the help of GitHub actions the deployment process can be completely automated.

When at my desk I am now listing to music via a pair of Sennheiser HD6XX from Drop. They are connected to my iMac via a FiiO K5PRO headphone amp/DAC. It just works and is a pleasure to listen to.

I started using Amazons AWS S3 back in 2008. As everyone know the service works very well. With time I have become less and less entusiastisk about giving Amazon money. The AWS console is also not the most fun to work with.

Got a notice from my ISP that in a few weeks time I will no longer have a static IP address. Not the ISP fault however, they would be happy to provide the service. It is the company that manages the city fiber network that blames a system upgrade for the coming inability to provide static IP addresses.

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My goal is to have separate wireless networks for guest and IOT devices, each on there own VLAN. Setting up VLAN with an EdgeRouter, UniFi switch and UniFI access points takes a few extra steps. In this post I describe how I got it working.

I recently added a Content Security Policy header to my web servers. I found a number of issues around getting analytics and embedded videos and maps working. Other sites will have more issues but I suspects these are among the most common.

With Debian 10 (buster) the default firewall is nftables so it’s time to convert my iptables rules. Since Debian stable is never first with anything I was surprised to see how relative few articles and blogs there are about nftables compered to iptables.