I feel like this except with reliability engineering.
I have a very particular set of skills tracing the hardest software and hardware problems down based on minimal information.
So of course during holidays when I wanted just to play some games my gpu’s driver/hardware developed problems with seemingly the RTX cores/functionality.
Cloudflare and marketing
The dns settings page pushes Cloudflare users quite hard to "not exposing your ips", but this is not a real protection in most cases.
2. DNSSEC is something good for security.
DNSSEC just simply doesn't work (https://sockpuppet.org/blog/2015/01/15/against-dnssec/), but it's so complex that CF sees it as a marketing differentiator for people who can't tell otherwise.
3. (Cloudflare) VPN is something good for security.
The reality is that VPNs are completely useless unless specific conditions are met
UPC/Magenta runs a shitty network in my neighbourhood.
You can clearly see on my Ubiquiti network graphs that latency goes to hell in the afternoon when people use the internet more heavily.
(There were no large up/downloads going on at the time that could have distorted the latency numbers from my end.)
Ah, it’s my first calm day in a while and it feels soo good just to drink some tea, listen to music and enjoy the day. Even the sun started shining.
(Btw I love this mug, the text is a bit campy but the colour and the texture of the porcellain is amazing! Plus it was a gift from my sister-in-law who brought it from Amsterdam)