It not only runs over HTTP, it also sends your password to a bunch of third-party ad trackers. omgwtfbbqfail
‘First published 50 years ago, this first-hand account by the father of the future taoiseach Garrett FitzGerald created a storm by claiming that the rebel leaders sympathetically discussed the likelihood of the Germans putting a prince of their own on the Irish throne.’ This is amazing — the dispair and confusion is palpable. This is the first realistic-sounding account of what went on inside the GPO during the Easter Rising I’ve read, and the “German prince” gambit is pretty astonishing too.
neat trick — using DD-WRT’s arp tables and a cron job to detect presence of wifi devices (e.g. phones) and take action based on that. By using https://ifttt.com/maker , it should be feasible to wire up any IFTTT action when a device connects to my home wifi…
quite a reasonable position, I think