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My name is Daniel Howard. I grew up in Chicago, and I live in
San Francisco Brooklyn
Mountain View Sunnyvale, CA. I was born in 1976:
the year of the American Bicentennial. I have a Bachelor's degree in
English Rhetoric, but I make my living as a Systems Administrator.
I enjoy writing, and I started publishing on the web in 1995, and an online journal in 1996. I will introduce you further on the Welcome page, or you can start exploring on your own . . .
Notes from a great article in the Economist on the hidden costs of free parking.
By using exclusion tags, it is easy to convince ganeti to run instances of the same type on different nodes.
I have a roll of gaffer tape on my desk.
A crontab entry I felt worth explanation, as it illustrates a few Unix concepts.
If my Google phone ever requires me to reinstall it to factory defaults through Picasa, I’ll totally be open minded about switching to iPhone.
Proposed US safety rules would permit lighter, faster trains that meet European safety standards to run at speeds of up to 220 MPH.
Mapzen has a new tool, Mobility Explorer, which can generate isochrones for walking, biking, driving, and transit.
TODO: Maybe include recent comments and / or popular posts . . . Flickr? Yelp?