Category: rants

  • Things that I don’t like about Ansible

    Things that I don’t like about Ansible

    Ansible does make automation easier, but with some caveats and quirks you have to slowly discover

  • How to install git-lfs to push large files to github

    So instead of running software on the github servers to do WTF ever github has to have done to large files, THEY FORCE YOU TO DO IT. What is a large file? A WHOPPING 50Mb!!! Yesterday it was actually 100mb, today it is now 50mb. Soon it will be 1mb FFS.¬† That isn’t the bad […]

  • AT&T THE NOWHERE NETWORK

    AT&T  THE NOWHERE NETWORK

    CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW???? Would you the shittiest network coverage possible? Do you enjoy important dropped calls? Do you like a noisy background when you talk? Do you like missing lots of calls and text messages only to get bombarded once your POS phone actually finds a signal good enough to communicate with the […]

  • AT&T the SPAM NETWORK

    AT&T the SPAM NETWORK

    You can’t get worse service than AT&T. If you like SPAM THEN AT&T IS YOUR PROVIDER OF CHOICE. That could be another title for this article. This is the MOST GREEDY¬† OF THE MOST GREEDY POS COMPANIES ON EARTH. Lets face it AT&T is the absolute worst cell carrier out there. Their coverage TOTALLY SUCKS […]

  • Ubuntu 20 slow and freezes often

    I’ve used Ubuntu since version 8 or about 2009/2010ish. It used to be super fast. You used to be able to run it on ANYTHING. It was easy to use. I can’t take the damn slowness these days. Update. Apparently Gnome is the culprit plus some other useless crap. Some say Kubuntu is faster. I […]

  • Why Amazon search sucks and how it can be fixed

    Why Amazon search sucks and how it can be fixed

    Well, someone had to say it! This is about more than just amazon search sucking. It is about the entire tech industry and the assbackwards hiring practices they are using. This started out as a simple Amazon search sucks article, until I decided to dig into their hiring process. I then discovered their hiring process […]

  • Forced password changes are not good security policy

    Forced password changes are not good security policy

    To combat this unintelligent BS I am now starting a list of idiots that do this. For so long I have read and heard that a GREAT security feature is to force your users to change passwords every so many days/months. Linux even has a built in feature for this. This is a really stupid […]