As I have started to take more seriously my attention and what I consume, I have had this internal urge to start owning all of the content that I consume. Even if I had to ask the outside world for the information once, I wanted to be able to ask my network for the information from that point forward. Case in point: movies.

## Throw Away Code

We spend our time focusing on how we can build code that will last forever. I think we should learn to throw it all away.

No one wants to write bad code. There’s no programmer out there that is trying to miscommunicate with their computer. In fact, I’d say that for the majority of us, we get an immense sense of pride, accomplishment, and dare I say self-meaning from the code that we write. Of course we’d want what we write to stand the test of time, to live on like the bank mainframes of our grandfathers. Why wouldn’t we?

## Setting Up a Plex Media Server with Docker, OpenVPN, and Transmission with RSS Feeds

I want to own my data. Downloading instead of streaming is a start. This is how I set up a Plex server using NordVPN, Transmission, and Docker

The first thing we want to do is make sure that we have docker installed on the host machine you want to be running these services.