Wireless Wired

First of all, I'd like to welcome everyone visiting from LainChan.

Henlo, frens!

I finally got around to adding a Lainchan webring and submitting DigitalVoid to LainChan. So far, everyone has been really cool. I look forward to meeting and chatting with all of you. IRC is definitely something I need to figure my way around in the near future. Until then, you're more than welcome to sign my guestbook or shoot me an email if you have any questions, concerns, advice or recommendations (or just want to say Hi!). There should also be an RSS feed to follow soon. Once I figure out how everything is going to be laid out, it will be my focus.
A DigitalVoid I2P mirror is being put aside for now. I was hoping to have it up by now, but it's not been going too well. I recently spent almost 4 hours trying to get it to work, but I havn't been able to figure out what is causing i2pd daemon to keep crashing. So, I've given up on it for now...

But I do have some pretty cool news!
I wrote this entire blog and pushed it to DigitalVoid exclusively on my mobile phone!!


Ok, that doesn't sound very cool while typing it out, but hear me out.
The idea of blogging from my phone came to me while browsing F-Droid for some cozy FOSS apps. There, I stumbled across a text editor called Acode Editor. Then it came to me: Acode for Text Editor and Termux for Terminal Emulator.

So that's what I've been up to this morning.
All I needed to do was sync my offline digitalvoid source files with my phone via syncthing, remove Zenity from my blogging script and create/share ssh keys with DigitalVoid.
Now, I've reached peak comfiness. This is currently being written from my warm and cozy bed!

Obviously, a laptop would be far more productive, but that isn't what I aimed to achieve. I'm just having fun applying a webdev environment to the limitations of Android. Writing on a touchscreen has not been fun at all, and suffice it to say, I'm most likely never going to do this again, but the possibility is there now. Anytime and anywhere, I can add to or edit digitalvoid without needing to lug around a laptop.

My connection to the wired has become greater, wirelessly.