# On this weekend
### Entered in vim on RPoJ via ssh from Xylophar
### Soundtrack: My Dying Bride - Like Gods of the Sun
Today was fairly productive. My wife, my daughter, and I
stripped my daughter's room down, shampooed the carpet and
did a general clean up. I spent the rest of the day going
down esoteric rabbitholes revolving around Atlantis. After
I type this I am going back to reading Plato on my Kobo
N905 ebook reader.
I also did a `sudo apt update;sudo apt dist-upgrade` on
RPoJ, RPoA, and Xylophar. I am typically shy on doing this
to RPoD, and like to plan big changes on that box. The
Pi's are running stock Raspbian these days due to ease of
use and included firmware. Xylophar, the Thinkpad X201, runs
Devuan. Other laptops in the arsenal include the Lifebook
P1120 running OpenBSD, the OmniBook 800CT running Windows
98, and the OmniBook 500 running Windows 95. I pulled out
Xylophar to transfer some epubs to the Kobo, as I have
shortcuts to RPoJ saved in Thunar. So nice.
The Raspberry Pi of Judgement (RPoJ) remains my main PC.
I have a couple tmux sessions persisting. One for Internet
consumption: gopher, tootstream, and slrn. One with a zsh
shell (local), and ssh sessions to RPoA, RPod, and the
gopher chroot on RPoD. RPoA (the Raspberry Pi of Anguish)
is my Internet isolated telnet and ftp server for accessing
from PalmOS devices and older PCs, RPoD (the Raspberry Pi
of Death) is my Internet facing server -- although things
like *searx* do run from RPoJ.
My vim wikis have stagnated of late as around the turn of
year, I switched to a moleskine notebook as a daily driver.
In 1986, I developed my own alphabet and grammatical rules.
I write all notes using this in the cursive variant. I do
not worry about other humans reading my notebook. Very much
security through obscurity, yeah, but it looks very alien
to other people.
In music news, my last Natanas album was picked up on
*RockBox* torrents as has over four hundred downloads so
far as I write this. I support piracy wholeheartedly when
it comes to my music. I certainly did not cost me anything
to make that album but time, and I was surely going to live
that time regardless and do not require fiat currency in
exchange for doing so. Some Russians on another file sharing
site hated this album completely. As I translated the
comments I got a chuckle. I do not give one single fuck if
anyone likes my music. I enjoyed making it, and occasionally
enjoy revisiting it to be reminded of the time frame it was
made in. For example, there was a German blogger who hated
Natanas, and did a series of blogs on why he did. I recorded
the album *Decline* and dedicated it to him. Leaving
comments on sites or writing blogs is like talking to
yourself. If you think you are making an impact you are
flattering yourself. If you are doing so secure in this
knowledge, then good on you.
Of course not everyone hates this project. I have some fairly
diehard fans. That to will put a smile on my face, but
ultimately it remains a wholly personal enterprise.