< ^ txtThu Jul 9 07:38:04 EDT 2015 Went to be last night a little later than planned, but earlier than the previous two nights. Slept great. Cool and rainy today. I can't remember the last day we had a high near or below seventy. Goals: Work: - Work on Pi thin client notes Made a few notes. Wrote an image to an sd card. Did a quick test of RDP. Performance was Good+, whereas the Pi 1 performance was just Tolerable. - Finish writing up Hazel Park phase 2 network plan Started, not completed. - Implement whitelisting for SquidGuard No. - Get T1 IP migration going Set Scott on it. I also ssh'd into the Hazle Park transparent firewall that wasn't passing traffic properly, and fixed it. Home: - Get Pi to report IP address Done. - Read Traveller rules about spaceship combat No. I decided to look at tunneling nfs over ssh instead. - Go to bed early! 11 PM. Questions: - What was that tune WRCJ was playing during my commute? Respighi, Ottorino:Fountains of Rome DG:449 724-2 Karajan, Herbert von Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Why do some countries travel on the right side of the road, and other on the left? Various answers about, but I don't feel like any of them is clearly, universally convincing. An often cited reason for traveling on the left is the ability to bring a sword to bear or shake ands. An often cited reason for traveling on the right is heavy wagons (with the driver sitting on the rear left animal, not wanting to bring his whip across his body). Where countries have changed, they've tended to change from left travel to right (but possibly only because the conventions of those who happened to conquer them rather than right-hand travel being inherently more progressive). The Romans probably traveled on the left. Places ruled by the British Empire tend to travel on the left. Places conquered by Napoleon tend to travel on the right. Probably the reason is different in different places during different periods.
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