The other day there was a discussion about PayWave and PayPass on Facebook. A discussion that I tried to chime into and educate the people that were spreading misinformation. The point of this post is about how here, in Australia our PayWave and PayPass cards use NFC, instead of RFID or EMV like what is primarily used within the US, Japan, Europe and the UK.
I ended up getting a pair of the Alpinestars S-MX 1 boots which say they deliver protection and comfort which is exactly what I want in a pair of boots. Commuting to work everyday I didn’t want a full length boot which would be uncomfortable to walk around in, so these are a happy medium.
Update: I know longer have my N5 undervolted, but will keep the voltages here. I have however changed a few of the CPU options, and in turn have updated this post.
My Wife is an amazing person. A lot better than myself. She’s beautiful, intelligent, caring, and a plethora of other things. Things that I admit I take for granted most of the time. I’ve realised a few things over the past few days that has made me feel overwhelmed me in how I don’t share the workload of everyday happenings, which has brought me to writing this post.
The hole in OpenSSL known as Heartbleed supposedly affects up to a fifth of all secure web servers. Having such a large portion of the servers affected there is a likelihood that you might have an account that has been compromised. Filippo Valsorda is the 19 year old behind the code that allows you to test websites for the Heartbleed bug, dubbed Heartbleed test.
I’ve been meaning to write a post about having your children vaccinated. I took Cayden to get his latest vaccinations awhile ago and he was a boss! Watched the woman and everything.
When you work full-time with a job that has a rotating roster, it’s hard to have a healthy work / life balance with a Wife and kids. My shifts rotate so much that I can start work at 6 am, and have shifts that finish at midnight.