The Core Dump

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About The Core Dump and Nic Lindh

Who is Nic Lindh and what is the Core Dump? This page answers your questions.

The Core Dump is the online home of Niclas (Nic) Lindh, a Swedish-American man living in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and daughter.

He creates things on computers and helps others create things on their computers.

When not staring at a screen, he usually has his face in a book or is spending his time doing daddy things.

You can email him at nicl @ this domain if you want.

For more information on Nic, please visit the creatively titled Niclas

Nic only speaks for himself, and especially doesn't speak for anybody who sends him paychecks.

Photo courtesy Brandon Quester. Thanks!

Enjoy the ten latest posts:

Review: Spectre

A long-time Bond fan looks at the latest installment in the series and has thoughts.

Book roundup, part 20

Includes The Antidote, One Nation, Under Gods, Losing the Signal, The Todd Glass Situation, The Last Policeman, The Three-Body Problem, The Dark Forest, Beacon 23, Killing Pretty and Queen of Fire.

Building a static site for an investigative journalism project

Things to consider when planning to build a site on a compressed time table.

How to learn things you’re not interested in

A simple tip to help you learn things your brain wants nothing to do with.

Yearning for the Cold War

The GOP base is searching for a new Evil Empire to fight.

The one sentence rule

Nic gets in touch with his inner life coach and offers up a simple rule to find out if an idea is good or not.

Digital hygiene for online security and safety

Nic provides some basic not-too-paranoid tips for securing your digital life.

Closing loops

It’s not how much you have to do, it’s how many things you’re doing at the same time.

Jade Helm and the fever swamps of patriotism

Did you know the U.S. government is planning to invade Texas? Well, it’s not. Nic attempts to explain.

How to install Jekyll on Amazon Linux

Installing Jekyll on an EC2 Amazon Linux AMI is easy. Here are the steps.