If you have a network or USB based UPS, getting your devices to shutdown safely when your UPS runs low on power is pretty important. NUT (Network UPS Tools) works with a wide variety of UPS devices from most manufacturers. Background I have a Synology NAS and I was trying Continue Reading
This post is mostly so I don’t forget how to do this. Most guides I’ve found are Terminal based and require modifying “/etc/network/interfaces” Personally I don’t need super advanced controls – just a relatively simple way to do it via the GUI. Inside Ubuntu there is a default tool called Continue Reading
I’ve been looking for a Wireless Qi Charging solution for a Tesla Model S since I bought it a year ago. I found versions that sat in the storage bin as a tray like the Topfit one here: But this wasn’t what I was looking for. I really wanted something to Continue Reading
I just recently (like many others) picked up a new iPhone XS Max. Lots of good reasons to do so and many reviews are available that cover it better than I can. One reason I personally picked one up is for when I get the opportunity to travel overseas, I wanted Continue Reading
It’s been a long time between drinks (posts) – sorry! Working in the world of Internet security, the one thing I recommend to individuals every day (if they ask me what they can personally do to be safer online) is to use a password manager. The company I work for Continue Reading
My tips on saving money with mobile phones and plans in Australia. Remember contracts are rarely your friend.
The only thing I didn’t count on is Nokia not having an iSync plugin for the phone (they seem to have one for every other device).