Last sunset by the sea, last sunrise on the boat. Sad about leaving, but batteries fully recharged for shadowy supercoding to obsolete the system.

That town we visited on Mykonos last night was basically a tourist theme park, with nothing but souvenir and luxury shops, as well as restaurants and bars. Not the most interesting place tbh, but still very pretty.

Anchored in Ermoupoli now, after a windy trip in the early morning.

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Just a short hop from Delos, so we're going in lazy mode, towing the dinghy behind.

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Parked our flotilla in this bay at Cape Sounion, in order to take a break here before sailing all night towards Mykonos.

Made my first picture frame, and found out that what I thought was a perfect right angle for the miter saw fence, is off by a fraction of a degree. :/

> Microsoft Azure silently install management agents on your Linux VMs, which now have RCE and LPE vulns.

> Microsoft don’t have an auto update mechanism, so now you need to manually upgrade the agents you didn’t know existed as you didn’t install them.

> With a single packet, an attacker can become root on a remote machine by simply removing the authentication header.

nitter.net/GossiTheDog/status/

wiz.io/blog/secret-agent-expos

Another beautiful Sunday ride. But more exhausting than I had planned. I encountered a road closure on the way home (some kind of time-trial car racing event for amateurs I think), so I got to ride back where I came from, and climb our little mountain again from the other side.

In hindsight, I'm incredibly grateful to have been exposed to some of these books as a child.

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This is one of the most influential and subversive books I've ever read; a German fantasy novel for children, about men in gray suits stealing our time:

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