Another (calendar) year, another term completed at Cambridge. I don’t know whether this is just me (upon consulting with my friends I have reason to believe that yes, this is just me!) but I’ve found Michaelmas this year to be my best/most enjoyable term so far in my stint at Cambridge. Obviously as a Second […]

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In the last few weeks I’ve been playing around a lot with servers running as VMs on a test instance setup at home on some old hardware. Recently I experienced an issue where my home router, which was configured to send alert emails whenever anything above ‘info’ level was logged, attempted to offer a DHCP lease […]

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I’m no prolific user by any means, but occasionally I do try and check my Twitter feed; it can throw up some interesting things occasionally. Of particular interest to me was this tweet from Runa Sandvik, a privacy and security researcher and Director of Newsroom Information Security at the New York Times, that I came across at […]

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You may have read my last post about plane spotting at London Stansted Airport but you may be surprised to learn that, unlike many of the people who watch around the airside security fencing, I actually have clearance to go inside the Critical Part of the airport. I actually work as a Sales Assistant for […]

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Every year during the Long (Summer) Vacation when there are no student shows, the ADC undergoes a week-long period of deep maintenance where general housekeeping tasks are performed in and on the theatre. In return for paying college accommodation costs and providing food a team of students are invited by the theatre management to bring […]

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