Hi, I'm Andreas Gohr and splitbrain.org is my website. I'm a web developer and maker living in Berlin, Germany. If you're new here, feel free to check out the blog posts and links below.
Using MailHog as my default MTA I'm using Linux on all my machines and that includes desktop systems, not only servers. Those desktop machines have no reason to send mails to the internet directly. When I want to send an E-Mail I will use a remote SMTP or just log into the GMail interface. My laptop might not even have an Internet connection some of the time.… ▶
Scrap Wood Dice Tower When YouTube wood workers talk about how they built something out of scrap wood, they usually talk about off-cuts of perfectly fine baltic birch plywood in sizes larger than a sheet of paper. When I talk about scrap wood, I talk about this:… ▶
Workshop Infrastructure Updates Fitting with the Easter theme, I worked on a few things in my workshop to spend less time searching and making finding easier. Most of my hand tools were stored in the IKEA Trofast shelving system I built a very long time ago. It worked, but it violated the… ▶
Basement Upgrades Over the last weeks (mostly the weekends) I worked on improving our house's basement setup. As you may know (or have inferred from previous posts), our basement has two major rooms. One of them is my workshop, the other is used for laundry and storage.… ▶
Search for the Perfect Wallet I want to replace my wallet, but finding the right one is difficult. My requirements are simple but hard to combine: * small enough to be carried in my front pocket together with my keys * protection for my cards… ▶
The Great Wave I have always been a fan of Hokusai's “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” and got reminded of it again when I saw it on “Great Art Explained”. With the “original” being a colorized wood print, produced in the thousands, I thought why not get a modern print for my self?… ▶
Podcasts Thanks to my Bluetooth Hearing Protection I can enjoy listening to podcasts while I muck around in my workshop. Time to share a list of my current subscriptions in no particular order. If you want, you can import them all at once into your podcatcher using this [OPML file].… ▶