Weekly Twitter posts by Nick Buraglio

  • @jlivingood I absolutely would test IPv6. I’ve been using it 4 years via a tunnel at home and natively at work. It needs to be everywhere in reply to jlivingood #
  • @jlivingoodand re: IPv6, I could name 10 other highly technical ppl throughout the US that would actually use it and give *useful* feedback. #
  • Taxes are boring. #
  • @Jokerjitsu I think you can get that in Indiana too….that pesky midwest region. in reply to Jokerjitsu #
  • @jlivingood I’m ready. I’m tired of tunneling v6 to get to work stuff. I sent you mail re: v6 transit via comcast site as well. in reply to jlivingood #
  • Dark horse blueberry stout and chocate ice cream was not on my diet/workout plan….still totally worth it. #
  • Heading back from replacing an optic in our adva gear in chi. Had some lunch with @jdugan #
  • Holy CRAP!! @comcast is offering an IPv6 beta service! http://www.comcast6.net #win SIGN ME UP! #
  • @corbinsiddall Seriously. I feel like it’s 2003 all over again (re: IPv6). Hopefully I’ll get on the trial early so I can drop my old tunnel in reply to corbinsiddall #
  • @jlivingood already done!! Thanks!! in reply to jlivingood #
  • I HAVE to watch smokey and the bandit whenever it’s on. It reminds me of being a kid. It’s also a great movie. East bound and down, baby. #
  • @FlipTheBit oddly enough, I actually do. Very uncommon for me to have any American lager in the house but very apropriate in this case. in reply to FlipTheBit #
  • @queritor join the club. in reply to queritor #
  • My switcheasy capsule rebel iPhone case has pretty much fallen apart after almost 2 years of use. I’ll be sans case from now on I guess. #
  • Ive had a case on an iPhone so long I forgot how thin and elegant they really are. I may leave this iPhone “naked” and hope I don’t break it #
  • @ancker010 so far I’m one day safe. I had my original iPhone naked forever and it was fine. We’ll see. in reply to ancker010 #
  • Good coffee and Bill and Ted on tv. Bill and Ted reminds me of high school. #
  • @RadishSpirit you know it. in reply to RadishSpirit #
  • AT&T-friendly Nexus One passes through the FCC
    http://is.gd/7mglz #
  • I think it may be time for me to look at QEMU again. #
  • Another todo list item is to get the rest of the parts for 10gal homebrew boil and all grain. Between my cousin and I we are 90% there. #
  • @RadishSpirit I’ll be working on that project sooner than I think too. in reply to RadishSpirit #
  • Late lunch at Milo’s in Urbana….always amazing. #
  • I’m not sure if I dig this new mirrored screen protector I put on my iPhone. #
  • @Vap0rz agreed. in reply to Vap0rz #
  • RT @VonWelch: Abode Air fails to update itself again. Hard to recall something as unreliable. –windows? #
  • Mac OS X 10.3 installed on Nokia N900 via PearPC, barely usable for impatient geeks
    http://is.gd/7s2qx –filed under cool but useless #

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Weekly Twitter posts by Nick Buraglio

  • RT @corbinsiddall: Can anyone point me to a non-Christian organization that is helping in Haiti? –Doctors w/o Borders #
  • RT @corbinsiddall: I’m just curious. Can anyone point me to a non-Christian organization that is helping in Haiti? –Tzu Chi (Buddhist) #
  • @queritor I use it for sec analysis as well as network baselining and to find heavy network users in reply to queritor #
  • Home with the sore throat going through my house. Reading about QoS on a new device is making me tired. #
  • Apple iPhone OS 4.0 features detailed! Also, Apple calling tablet the iTablet?
    http://is.gd/6DpPW #
  • @joshmeans no, that’s the year your body starts to fall apart. in reply to joshmeans #
  • Blah. I’m sick of this sore throat. #
  • Finally?!?! Rumor: Real Multitasking for iPhone Coming with OS 4.0

    http://is.gd/6Fk1T #

  • @sullrich I’d be really curious on your opinion of that nexus one. in reply to sullrich #
  • Back from Clinton. No matter how long I’ve not lived there it still feels like home. #
  • @ancker010 Thats because poopston is a butthole in comparison. I mean look who came from there! You? @icepick74 ’nuff said. =) in reply to ancker010 #
  • Nice! Limelight networks is embracing ipv6. My fav. quote from that: “OSPFv3, no…wait ISIS”. I guess I should pay attention to NANOG again #
  • @ancker010 clive owen is cool but julia roberts just looks like a horse. that said, I’d like to see it. in reply to ancker010 #
  • RT @weeklyroast: http://twitpic.com/zdda2 – Large french press of our El Salvador Matalapa coffee… malt sweetness, balanced, syrupy body. #
  • RT @ancker010: Got my @weeklyroast shipment! Can’t wait! –you should bring that to work so I can have some 🙂 #
  • @decks24 no, just the expensive school. in reply to decks24 #
  • Blah, restoring my iPhone. I think I’m done with jailbreaking for a while (again). Every time the iPhone ends up in slow, unusable state. #
  • @merlyn I don’t run mine 24×7 but it’s close. Mine seems to be running fine after 1.5 years of doing so. it’s been my MO since orig Tibook. in reply to merlyn #
  • I wish @comcast offered an alpha or beta of native IPv6 transit. I’d happily sign up. Hell, I’d even apply 4 it, pretty sure I’m qualified #
  • Android on your nokia n900? Already been done: http://is.gd/6XqnD #

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Making mead. A simple process.

I’ve been making mead as long as I’ve been making beer, and frankly, mead is much easier. I’m not a big wine drinker or really even a fan of wine, but mead is so easy to make and it turns out well with minimal work so I make it a few times a year. Here is a quick and dirty howto on making simple, traditional mead that I threw together a few nights ago:

Mead is a good choice for those wanting to start with zymology, as it takes few ingredients and can be done on a budget. Mead is simple. Many folks, like in brewing, have a lot to say about checking this and that, boiling the must, etc.
I choose to go very basic, start with a base mead and then add fruit later.
If you’re interested in making mead and want some quick mead recipes or just general information, check out gotmead.com, they have links and a wealth of information on the subject.