The entropy of the individual

I feel like technology companies are smitten with teams these days. What about individuals?

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2018 VPS Comparison: Vultr vs. Digital Ocean vs. Linode vs. SSD Nodes

We've found plenty of VPS comparison posts out there, but they're all faulty in some way. How so? They don't include us.

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Turning mistakes and ‘meh’ into a growth plan for 2018

Because we sell virtual private servers, a blinking cursor in a faraway server (with some fantastic hardware behind it, of course), it’s crucial for us to remind our users that we’re still here.

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Perk Up Your VPS: A Better Terminal With Zsh and More

Like most things with Linux, the terminal is highly customizable. With a few switches and some additional tools, you can create a terminal experience that not only feels more user-friendly, but is also far more pleasant to use.

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Tutorial: Extending Docker and Nginx to Host Multiple Websites with SSL

In this tutorial, we'll use nginx-proxy and docker-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion to host multiple SSL-enabled websites and web apps on a single VPS with the help of Docker.

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Tutorial: Installing Slack Alternative Rocket.Chat with Docker

Affected by the recent Slack outage? Looking for a free Slack alternative? In this tutorial, you'll set up Rocket.Chat in minutes using Docker.

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Cheap Cloud Hosting Price Comparison: DigitalOcean vs. Linode vs. Vultr vs. Amazon Lightsail vs. SSD Nodes vs. Many Others

Want the best 1GB RAM cloud server for the least amount of money? In our low-cost cloud hosting price comparison, we break down the best value in KVM.

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2100% Growth: SSD Nodes’ CEO on 6 Years in Business

Since the beginning of 2016, SSD Nodes has grown its user base by 2100%. Matt Connor chats about that growth, company values, and his vision for the future.

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The Memory Question: How Much RAM Does My VPS Need?

The question that plagues more VPS buyers than any other. And while no one size fits all, there are some easy ways to determine your needs or current usage.

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What the Heck is Self-Hosting? A Guide to ‘Owning’ Your Webapps

Self-hosting your own web apps is freeing, but one that few understand. Let’s walk through what it is, how it works, and how you can get started.

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