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bio website spontaneousfun.com
location Texas
age 35
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen Dec 16 at 21:41

I think of myself as a world-changer, but I'm not sure I've done much world-changing (yet). I work in a hospital by day (and sometimes night) and spend free time with my beautiful wife and amazing son...and then when I can squeeze a little bit more time out of the day, I often spend it hacking around Ubuntu or programming or something else of the sort. Or trying to read interesting philosophy books, or listening to music.

I love Jesus, and try to follow him with my whole life.

Once upon a time I was a web developer, and sometimes I miss it.

Mostly I like people, and beauty, and the taste of egg nog, and the feeling of wind in my hair, and a smile on the face of someone whose day I have improved, and the color yellow. In no particular order.

If I can help you with something, just ask. I'd love to do so.


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comment How can I use bind9 to use my own custom domain in my LAN?
Brilliant. You've solved all my DNS issues. Thanks!
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comment How can I use bind9 to use my own custom domain in my LAN?
I'd vote you up but I don't have enough reputation (yet)
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comment How can I use bind9 to use my own custom domain in my LAN?
Perfect. Thanks so much @jdthood, I don't know how I didn't see this. One thing though--if I wanted to access the same computer by just going to say http://server how would I do that? If the host name has to be a subdomain, I can at best get to it by second level domains, not top level domains, can I?
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