When running MPD, the Music Player Daemon, you can run into the error
listen: bind to 127.0.0.1:6600 failed: Address already in use (continuing anyway, because at least one address is bound)
Searching in search engines yields many questions, but no answers that I could find. The key issue seems to be in the setting
This would make it listen on all ip addresses and protocols. However, it only will listen on ipv6, not any ipv4 address.
Changing this setting to an ipv4 address does make it listen on all ipv4 addresses
Remarkable, but it does exist, light fixtures with lights that are non-replacable. I had no idea it existed, so with a friend I was naive enough to buy a lamp at the Leen Bakker shop. A fixture for the ceiling, with 4 spotslights with a LED inside. Hung it up, and it worked fine.
Half a year later it turns out that one of the lights had died. I go see how to replace it. Usually it is quite simple with Halogen lights, or similar LED-lights for these fixtures. But I just didn’t have a clue how to replace this one, or even what connection it used.
So we went back to the Leen Bakker, and we see on the box that the lights are non-replaceable. The salesman even claimed that those lights would ofcourse make a 100,000 hours. Ofcourse. Such a light has been made in Hungary or wherever, has traveled a 1000 km in the back of a truck, and in every warehouse somebody kicked against it. Ofcourse one of those 4 lights will die within half a year.
I too am happily joining the throwaway society. The cheaper something is, the sooner I can buy something new again. But this is going a bit far. You buy such a light fixture to hang it to the ceiling and forget it. Not to buy a new one every 2 years.
Matthew B. Crawford has written Shop Class as Soulcraft, about craftmanship in current times. Another book by him that was just published is World Beyond Your Head, which is about distraction and being an individual in the current society.
Sure something to read on a quiet evening.
Gwolle-GB is a nice WordPress plugin for a guestbook. It was unmaintained for a long time however. Recently at my previous job the hosting switched from mysql to mysqli, and the plugin stopped working.
In September 2014 I started to maintain this plugin. A lot of code has been rewritten, and features have been added. The todo-list is now getting shorter, so it seems quite good now.