Yearly archives of “2014

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Dust and Dirt

Abandoned places have a special attraction to me. There are not many places where you literally can experience the past. Thinking of past times is always difficult, most of the times you’ll end up thinking of black and white pictures you’ve seen somewhere before, would you agree? By visiting abandoned places you always get a small piece of past times. The more often you’ll visit such places the more that picute of the past changes in you head.

With some friends I’ve seen a couple of these dirty und dusty places and made tons of photos. I want to show you my favorites.
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Create a hotspot with your windows 8 computer

This short guide will tell you how you can turn your computer into a hotspot to share a internet connection with you wlan devices.

We assumed that you either have your computer connected with the internet by a cable or a mobile data connection, or you have not internet connection at all and just want create a LAN (local computer network).
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Manage multiple WordPress sites with Jetpack

Hurray, WordPress 4.1 and the Jetpack Plugin 3.3 has been released.
Jetpack is a must have plugin for your WordPress site, it offers tons of new functions and integrates your blog neatly with your WordPress.com account. If you haven’t already installed it, head right now to your plugin manager!
With the last Update the developer have added a great feature. It’s now possible to manage the plugins for multiple WordPress sites at one location.
Here’s a screenshot, which shows the plugins admin panel of WordPress.com.
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Install Postfix with mail forwarding

This post is part of my Your own Virtual Private Server hosting solution project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/janikvonrotz/b6bbaee6433e5d4d2771.

Introduction

Postfix is a commonly used MTA (Mail Transfer Agent) program that can receive, deliver or route emails. In this guide you’ll learn how to forward mails from a certain domain to another e-mail address. It’s a recommanded approach if you want to publish a mail contact based on your domain and redirect the received mails to another provider, such as Outlook or Gmail.
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Destruction

15 bucks, a golf club and a camera. This was the recent photography project of my friends. With a simple setup, we tried to get the perfect shot of a golf club hitting pottery. It was a lot of fun and in the end a big mess. Here are some of the results, every picture contains the original and the destroyed object:
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