Will virtual learning after COVID-19 continue?

The outbreak of COVID-19 has moved almost all students to a virtual learning platform. Will virtual learning continue after COVID-19 continue? I am studying for a Meng in Computer Science at the University of Hull and actively prefer virtual learning. Academic Benefits of virtual learning Academically I find the virtual...Read more

Ubuntu Server Upgrade Considerations

With Ubuntu 20.04 on the horizon, Ubuntu Server upgrade considerations are on my mind. My experience of release upgrades with Ubuntu desktop is less than desirable. Moving from Ubuntu server 18.04 to 20.04 will be my first experience using Ubuntu Server. One option I am considering is setting up an...Read more

Website S.E.O

Following the end of the university exam period, my attention has returned to the Fire And Ice Grid. While the website was made, it was not performing well in search results. Mobile display problems had been detected by Google search console. Some content was going off the edge of 360...Read more

The Fire and Ice Grid opens

The Fire and Ice Grid is a user-created 3d virtual world powered by OpenSim. Simultaneously, this is both a business and a research project. Every aspect of this uses open-source software. Multiple programming languages and software systems are used throughout the project. The server is running Ubuntu Server (C and...Read more

A productive week

This week in my new venture I have taken my first steps on PHP. I now have a contact form on my website which is protected by Recaptcha v3. I have also got my Gsuite drive successfully connected to my ubuntu server. This gives me convenient extra storage on my...Read more

Rsync to the rescue

I am still in the process of setting up my new opensim and web server. Having established one backup with rsync i started makinging my primary backup to GoogleSuite. Well oops in the middle of it i deleted the files I was backing up. Thankfully my first backup method was...Read more