Checking older posts, I found out that some of them had photos from my Tumblr blog (which was erased a while back). Of course the posts where empty with a search option for Tumblr, meaning they served no purpose, so they were trashed.
While here, I also updated some of the functions of the site, plugins, themes etc.
-That’s all folks!-
Working on the 15th of August in Athens… SUCKS
After stating the obvious… Two months since my last post, no PC or laptop to call my own for now. The old Macbook is not a viable option for my needs (pitiful). I have some plans for my Aleph network though. Also for the layout of the blog.
Hopefully I’ll start posting regularly from now on.
To all, have a great rest of summer!
Hello World! Isn’t this the first “homework” when learning how to code? A new site (aleph.gr) on a new platform (WordPress) for me to document parts of my geeky life.
Why Aleph? As described by William Gibson on his “Mona Lisa Overdrive” novel, aleph is a huge capacity device which can virtually house a whole internet. Quoting from William Gibson’s Aleph site :
First letter of the Hebrew alphabet; huge biochip with immensely big storage capacity. Inspired by the short story ‘The Aleph’ (1945) by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges. In the story, the Aleph is described to be ‘one of the points in space that contains all other points’.
Who am I? I’m a proud geek husband and father, currently living in Athens, Greece. A Telecommunications Engineer for Cyta Hellas, a Linux and Android enthusiast, who loves Sci-Fi and Fantasy literature and TV.
The reason I decided to restart blogging is my need to document my Linux ventures, mostly for future references, as well as other aspects of my life, especially the geeky ones (novel and TV series reviews, technology news and personal thoughts on all thing digital).