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How I created the Post on Content Delivery Networks

Introduction: Creating the post on CDN

In this post, I have described how I created the 3,500 4,400 word post about Content Delivery Networks. The tools, process I used, and the learnings from the experience are mentioned in this post. Specifically, using for speech to text, Ink App for copywriting, and using CDNs themselves for the post.

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Using Rethink : Cloud Storage and File Sharing


In this post, I will write my experience using Rethink software (previously known as Publist) for cloud storage and file sharing. I came to know about Publist through one of the Facebook groups. This group focuses on deals for SAAS or Software As A Service subscriptions. Around October last year 2019: Publist was available as a lifetime deal on a site called Pitchground.

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How to Use CDN or Content Delivery Networks for Website


The below post is about “How to use CDN or Content Delivery Networks for Website Speed and Performance”. This is a Work In Progress for the next few days- Mid-May 2020 at least. I wanted it to be a ‘live’ post, and that’s the reason for publishing.

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10Web Website Management

In this post, we will look 10 Web, a platform for creating and managing (and also hosting) wordpress sites.

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Testing CDNs for Media Serving

CDN or Content Delivery Network

Note: April 28, 2020: Apologies for the issue with some images: the server which the images are served went offline. I am moving the images to a CDN, by midnight GMT April 29th, all images should be restored.

Update April 14, 2020: I have written a more comprehensive post on CDNs here. This post therefore becomes secondary and redundant  and needed cleaning up anyways – because some of  the CDNs form the list below are not working at this time.

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Experimenting with Grav CMS

Introduction: Grav CMS

I have tried using grav content management system several times.  It is lightweight grown rather popular in recent years. Php based, and  does not use a database. In the past I have had challenges with its twig templating and over successive failures. In the first week of March 2020, I decided to give it another try. 

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Relaunch of this blog and website

Introduction: Relaunch of this site and blog

Welcome to the new and improved website for a more real start in which is my writing website for my main site, please visit, . You may wonder why there are two different sites. The reason for that is simple.

(This page was created using a speech to text program, and has several errors which I will correct within one week of publication of this post)

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Option of selecting CDN "Push" or storage and CDN- Pushr CDN. Screenshot by Amar Vyas

Using PUSHRCDN Content Delivery Network

During a recent discussion on LET, Viktor from PUSHRCDN offered a free 1 month trial of their CDN (Content Delivery Network) service. I decided to sign up and give it a try for Underworld Startup.

In this post I will talk about the process of creating an account, setting up the CDN for “Push” plan. I will set up the storage option separately and update this post.

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Underworld Startup Blog: Control Panel for Avoro- KVM based VPS

Introduction: Avoro’s AMD Epyc Processor based KVM

Avoro recently posted their AMD EPYC special offer on LET. This was the same offer they had posted during the
“Palindrome Day” deals thread

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Creating a VPS using Hyper-V - Datawest, Australia. Screenshot by Amar Vyas

Introduction: KVM Plan by Datawest

Over at LET and LES, came the post about the ‘deal’ by Datawest- a provider from Australia. At 3.3 Aussie Dollars (INR 150) a month, a 1 CPU Core/ 6 GB SSD/ 1 GM RAM/ 1 TB BW KVM was tempting enough to try – at worst, for a month. Thus began my journey of struggles, frustrations, and finally some success with this VPS.

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