Cloud hosting provider iNSYNQ says it is trying to recover from a ransomware attack that shut down its network and has left customers unable to access their accounting data for the past three days.
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Why do I run this website?
Over time I have found that contributing to social media companies, was much like working for them and not getting paid.
I disliked the way I had no control over my own content, it could get deleted, forgotten, altered and promoted.
My writing also got spread out on several different properties.
I have now tried to disengage as much as possible with social media and accept whatever possible loss of influence that may bring.
I like owning my own site, it costs a bit of money with the configuration I went with, I know it can be done a lot cheaper and over time I might adjust things.
The biggest problem with running your own site is how do you drive traffic to your content. I have chosen to not worry about that. I dont expect to make any money off of this. I am not going to spend much time promoting it.
If I become the only reader I am ok with that because a lot of what gets posted here is to help me remember things.
We’ll start with the container, as it’s the entry point for our customers. Let’s see what we can learn about it from its package.json: To see how we select and display a micro frontend, let’s look at App.js.
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