It has become a bit of a tradition on this blog that I every few years compile a list of the podcasts I listen to.
This site has moved from ronn-bundgaard.dk to ronnbundgaard.com. But, not only that. The site is now made with the static site generator Hugo
A hard drive died in my TrueNAS server this week and I really, really did not want to spend money on that right now. This got me thinking about the cost of running your own server and self-hosting compared to just subscribing to streaming services.
It has been over 5 years since my last notetaking update and how and why I take notes has changed a lot since then.
I have used Plex for many years on my server and I have even paid for a lifetime Plex pass. However, I no longer use Plex because I am no longer comfortable using it.
I have been in need of a storage solution for my larger hardware for quite a while. The reason why it has taken so long is that I have been trying to figure out how best to store my hardware.
The sides of our extractor hood are made of plastic and over the years it has become very crusty, yellow, and broken apart. It would fall off the extractor hood if one bumped it or from the vibrations from the fan spinning.
My wife and I saw these wood shelves in a Christmas catalog last year and we really liked them. The price for these shelves was quite a lot. Essentially since it is just a small wooden plank and a couple of leather straps.
At the beginning of April, my awesome FreeNAS server started to report warnings on one of my 8 3TB hard drives. I replaced it with a new WD red drive because it is supposed to be a NAS-specific drive and not an SMR drive.