Dr Clèm's Blog

Tags: My Life


Friday Oct 20, 2017 10:55

Welcome on my blog. I decided to create this website to have a place to express myself. I write it from scratch to learn web-development. You can find a quick presentation on the right panel or bellow, depending on the size of your screen and your window, and my Mastodon feed bellow. On the footer, you can find some of my other websites, my profile on few social medias, the contact information, and legal notice. The only tab, so far, on the navigation bar is my Ph.D. thesis. I use PHP to develop this website. The latter is served exclusively through HTTPS, with strong encryption if your device support it and medium encryption for older devices, like Android smartphone as they don't received update, even for critical security issues. The web-server is Apache HTTP Server, using protocol HTTP/2. The template is a reproduction of La France Insoumise's website but using W3.CSS for styling instead of Bootstrap as it is smaller, faster, and easier to use.

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Posted by Tuxicoman on Saturday Nov 25, 2017 14:14.
Vraiment bien fait ton blog !
Au plaisir de te lire.
Dr Clément Février

I am Dr Clément Février, French, living in Grenoble. I defended my PhD on July 4th, 2016. After my defense I run as deputy deputy (not a typo) for the national parliamentary elections in the 1st circonscription of Isère for the political movement La France Insoumise.

J'ai changé d'opérateur pour Red-by-SFR la semaine dernière. Après 20min, plus de paquet n'entre ou ne sorte via la "box". Après une semaine sans internet et un service technique dépassé, j’ai compris que SFR bloque ma connexion à partir du moment où il y a un relais (middle et entry guard) hébergé sur le réseau local. Il me semble que ça va à l’encontre de la neutralité du net. Quelqu’un a-t-il eu le même problème ? Que puis-je faire ?

CC @LaQuadrature @torproject

so, mastodon users, how does a computer work? heres a helpful analogy i came up with a while ago:

the CPU (the BRAIN of the computer) takes data from the RAM (kinda like the computer's BRAIN) and stores it on the hard disk (which can be thought of as the BRAIN of the computer)