Communication: something so simple yet so complicated. Something which is so universal yet so varied, the way in which we communicate especially. Take, for instance, the college student: their parents have the family group chat on Facebook messenger (because of course they do), they have slack for some class, Groupme for another, Discord for their friends or some club, and we cannot forget good ole fashioned sms text messages. And that is just the list of apps which I have to deal with on a daily basis — and I’m a rather unsocial person!
Intro That’s a confusing title, isn’t it? I have debated making these separate posts, but in the end I felt like there was an awful lot, so in the end they ended up being the same post, oh well, sue me. Note: When I say Linux I mean “the family of operating systems which use the Linux Kernel”. I know that there is a difference but frankly “GNU/Linux Operating System” is too much of a mouth-full and we as a species use synecdoche a lot so I don’t feel that bad saying it.
Tldr: I did not need all of the bells and whistles which WordPress offers, and Hugo fits my specific use-case much better. Long Version The Challenge A few months ago I was tasked by a family member to create a website for an organization he is apart of, and they wanted a really modern looking website with support for eCommerce. I had never considered building a website before, let alone one for someone else.
First Things First – What’s the Point? Why would you want to setup wireguard in the first place? Simply put – it makes life easier. What wireguard is a VPN, what this means it that it allows you to open up a secure tunnel through the internet from one point to another. Think of it like a concrete tunnel running through the ocean– no one can see into the tunnel, and you are protected from all of the sharks.