Monthly Archives: January 2014

Is suppressing fever a good thing ?

Fight the Flu, Hurt Society? My belief is that in complex, non-linear, dynamical systems (e.g. the human body, the environment, economics) that the default position should be one of non-intervention. All interventions tend to have both positive and negative consequences, as well as, unforeseeable consequences. However, I’m also skeptical of studies where the result hasn’t […]

DD-WRT configuration

I was setting up my home network with two identical wireless routers. However, I was having issues getting everything to work properly. Consistently, one of the two wouldn’t work. Long story short – DD-WRT allows you to clone the MAC address via the web interface. However, it only alters the WAN and Wireless MAC and […]