Become independent of Medium 🎉 master
authorJoseph Nuthalapati <njoseph@riseup.net>
Sun, 4 Oct 2020 11:06:39 +0000 (16:36 +0530)
committerJoseph Nuthalapati <njoseph@riseup.net>
Sun, 4 Oct 2020 11:06:39 +0000 (16:36 +0530)
Signed-off-by: Joseph Nuthalapati <njoseph@riseup.net>
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content/posts/block-ads-on-android-using-proxy-server.md
content/posts/demystifying-the-term-serverless.md
content/posts/emacsconf-2019.md
content/posts/of-statements-and-expressions.md
content/posts/replacing-cloud-based-to-do-apps-with-orgzly-and-syncthing.md
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@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ If you have one Privoxy server running on your LAN, either on your home network
 
 Set a static ip address for the server running Privoxy on your local network and set it as your proxy in your Android settings as shown in the following screenshot.
 
-<img src="https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/2000/1*9l8-HyO2mWW3-IyOUpYsLg.jpeg" width=300/>
+![](/blog/android-proxy.jpeg)
 
 Here’s how you reach this screen.
 
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-<img src="https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1000/1*JQwYsJYUjKLWCf8r4iEueQ.jpeg" width=800/>  
+![A server rack](/blog/server-hardware.jpeg)
 *Server, the physical hardware*
 
 When people think of servers, they imagine a big machine or a large stack of them making humming noises and furiously serving millions of requests.
 
 A server can also mean a computer program that is continuously running, listening for client requests and serving them. Think Apache, Nginx or Tomcat.
 
-![Apache HTTP server, the software](https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/2000/1*ANRQ-WLCLs5yM13GKGBtPg.png)  
+![Apache HTTP Server logo](/blog/apache-logo.png)
 *Apache HTTP server, the software*
 
 When someone says that they have gone *serverless*, what they actually mean is that they are no longer running a software program listening to requests. There should still be a physical computer of some sort serving the requests of the clients.
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-![EmacsConf logo](https://emacsconf.org/s/emacsconf-logo1-256.png)
+![EmacsConf logo](/blog/emacsconf-logo.png)
 
 I attended the [EmacsConf 2019](https://emacsconf.org/2019/ "EmacsConf 2019") on
 2nd November. It was offered as a video stream that anyone can watch over the
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-<img src="https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/2000/1*XUB8BR4mGQKtmiFsZt4_1w.jpeg" width=800/>  
+![Punch Card with a Fortran Statement](/blog/punch-card.jpeg)
 *By Arnold Reinhold [CC BY-SA 2.5 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons*
 
 In the beginning there was FORTRAN.  
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 [Orgzly](http://www.orgzly.com/) is basically an emulation of Emacs Org-mode on the mobile. This means I don’t have to use two kinds of apps for my To-Do lists. I can write my To-Do lists in Emacs and edit them on the go on my mobile. This sounds a lot like Microsoft Word for Windows Mobile, doesn’t it? Well, I was looking for a FOSS alternative. Now the whole problem is syncing my notes. I could have hosted [NextCloud](https://nextcloud.com/) on a Raspberry Pi at my home and set it up with Dynamic DNS and used it to keep these in sync. But that’s a lot of work and needs additional hardware. Instead, I decided to use a peer-to-peer synchronization tool called [Syncthing](https://syncthing.net/).
 
-<img src="https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/4932/1*JY2ZVhDb_j6YGkq7zR4Njg.png" alt="Syncthing on Work Laptop" width=800/>
+![Syncthing on Work Laptop](/blog/syncthing-web.png)
 
 Syncthing is very [easy to use](https://docs.syncthing.net/intro/getting-started.html) and has both desktop and mobile apps. I created a folder called ~/Sync on my laptop and moved my Org-mode lists there. Then, I setup Sycnthing to sync that folder to the mobile device.
 
-<img src="https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/2000/1*EynI53HGd-Zy1dzOQCkRrw.png" alt="Orgzly sync options" width=300/>
+![Orgzly sync options](/blog/orgzly.png)
 
 Orgzly has a sync feature. I just had to point my Orgzly to use Syncthing’s folder on the mobile device and select â€śSync”. Syncthing did its job of getting my notes from desktop to mobile and Orgzly displayed them in Org-mode.
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