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HTML Security [Oct. 31st, 2006|01:28 am]
[mood |peacefulpeaceful]

I have a tiddlywiki for the house.
Dela and I share it.
It has, like, doofy love notes and things like "Thankfulness List".
And "Rob's hyper-detailed procedure for paying bills."
And questions like, "Should we fill the bird feeder all year long?"
and "All the things about the house that should be fixed up."
Anyway, I had it on a machine around the house, shared over wireless, and that was cool, but required that the machine be on all the time, which is lame and wastes energy.
So I put it on my website in a folder.
But that's not secure. I mean, anybody who knows what folder to go into can see the list of vitamins I'm taking.
So I did some googling and reading about security, but it's all, like, total overkill, I guess.
I don't want to spend any time on this. In fact, just writing this post is probably more than this warrants.
I think I'll go read a book.
(I just got the unabridged journals of Dick Proennocke!!! I rock!!! 475 pages worth!)

[User Picture]From: boutell
2006-10-31 01:39 pm (UTC)

Re: Nevermind

What a shame you don't know anyone who offers clueful hosting [whistles]
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