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authorAaron Ball <nullspoon@oper.io>2018-11-03 18:00:39 -0600
committerAaron Ball <nullspoon@oper.io>2018-11-03 18:00:39 -0600
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Remove doctitle specifications
This is for the better handling of document titles recently implemented in index.php. Having these was printing duplicate titles.
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diff --git a/posts/A_Usual_Opening.adoc b/posts/A_Usual_Opening.adoc
index 9585bcd..4814c7f 100644
--- a/posts/A_Usual_Opening.adoc
+++ b/posts/A_Usual_Opening.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ A Usual Opening
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello All,
diff --git a/posts/AdBlock_Only_kind_of_Blocks_Ads.adoc b/posts/AdBlock_Only_kind_of_Blocks_Ads.adoc
index ddaf4e1..ca4c086 100644
--- a/posts/AdBlock_Only_kind_of_Blocks_Ads.adoc
+++ b/posts/AdBlock_Only_kind_of_Blocks_Ads.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ AdBlock Only kind of Blocks Ads
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I was toying around with netstat to see what incoming connections I had
to my Linux box and noticed that for the pages you're on, your browser makes a
diff --git a/posts/Android:Configuring_Hotmail_Exchange.adoc b/posts/Android:Configuring_Hotmail_Exchange.adoc
index 79170ba..af1fd01 100644
--- a/posts/Android:Configuring_Hotmail_Exchange.adoc
+++ b/posts/Android:Configuring_Hotmail_Exchange.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Android:Configuring Hotmail Exchange
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
*EDIT:* I tested it for a day now and up to this point, email works great. I
got a contact to sync from my phone to my online address book as well. It did
diff --git a/posts/Android:My_Phone_Configuration.adoc b/posts/Android:My_Phone_Configuration.adoc
index 50dbedc..227b92b 100644
--- a/posts/Android:My_Phone_Configuration.adoc
+++ b/posts/Android:My_Phone_Configuration.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Android:My Phone Configuration
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I rebuilt my phone this weekend so I could test out http://aospa.co/[AOSPA]
(Paranoid Android) for my phone, since unofficial support was just released a
diff --git a/posts/Android_Client_and_Sync_with_ownCloud_on_NGINX.adoc b/posts/Android_Client_and_Sync_with_ownCloud_on_NGINX.adoc
index 359de3c..02867a4 100644
--- a/posts/Android_Client_and_Sync_with_ownCloud_on_NGINX.adoc
+++ b/posts/Android_Client_and_Sync_with_ownCloud_on_NGINX.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Android Client and Sync with OwnCloud on NGINX
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have been looking for a good way to move completely from Google for quite
some time. Many of the things I am dependant upon them for are pretty vital for
diff --git a/posts/Android_Screen_Density.adoc b/posts/Android_Screen_Density.adoc
index 2d18cc1..c07d1bf 100644
--- a/posts/Android_Screen_Density.adoc
+++ b/posts/Android_Screen_Density.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Android Screen Density
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Recently a Droid X owner I know showed me a software that can change the screen
density on Android phones (I can't remember if it was a part of his rom or
diff --git a/posts/Aol_Email_Hacked.adoc b/posts/Aol_Email_Hacked.adoc
index aab6c8d..d2747fe 100644
--- a/posts/Aol_Email_Hacked.adoc
+++ b/posts/Aol_Email_Hacked.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Aol Email Hacked
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
About four days ago, my dad's email account began spamming me. I initially
thought the email looked fishy, but it had a few things about it that made it
diff --git a/posts/Apache:Listening_Port.adoc b/posts/Apache:Listening_Port.adoc
index e7281f1..fc0ef57 100644
--- a/posts/Apache:Listening_Port.adoc
+++ b/posts/Apache:Listening_Port.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Apache:Listening Port
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently had a web server behind a load balancer that needed to listen on a
different port because the load balancer was translating port 80 traffic for
diff --git a/posts/Attached_Devices_and_VPS_(OpenVZ_and_Virtuozzo).adoc b/posts/Attached_Devices_and_VPS_(OpenVZ_and_Virtuozzo).adoc
index 93c668d..2cca218 100644
--- a/posts/Attached_Devices_and_VPS_(OpenVZ_and_Virtuozzo).adoc
+++ b/posts/Attached_Devices_and_VPS_(OpenVZ_and_Virtuozzo).adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Attached Devices and VPS (OpenVZ and Virtuozzo)
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
*Note to self:* When hosting on a VPS using OpenVZ or Virtuozzo, to list
attached devices and their mount points, "fdisk -l" doesn't work ("cannot open
diff --git a/posts/Bash:Lesser_Known_Bits.adoc b/posts/Bash:Lesser_Known_Bits.adoc
index 859da71..df2bb5e 100644
--- a/posts/Bash:Lesser_Known_Bits.adoc
+++ b/posts/Bash:Lesser_Known_Bits.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Bash:Lesser Known Bits
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I won't lie, bash is my shell of choice (as if that's not obvious). Sure, the
ability to handle arrow keys, a command history, colors, and escape sequences
diff --git a/posts/Benchmarks:Toshiba_Canvio_Slim.adoc b/posts/Benchmarks:Toshiba_Canvio_Slim.adoc
index 9651cc5..f5b9d54 100644
--- a/posts/Benchmarks:Toshiba_Canvio_Slim.adoc
+++ b/posts/Benchmarks:Toshiba_Canvio_Slim.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Benchmarks:Toshiba Canvio Slim
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
If you're considering purchasing an external hard drive, :Category:Benchmarks[
these benchmarks] should hopefully help clear up some questions you might have.
diff --git a/posts/Btrfs:Balancing.adoc b/posts/Btrfs:Balancing.adoc
index c5a60b6..03805ff 100644
--- a/posts/Btrfs:Balancing.adoc
+++ b/posts/Btrfs:Balancing.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Btrfs:Balancing
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I've been using https://btrfs.wiki.kernel.org[Btrfs] on all of my systems for a
couple of years now. Thus far, it's be surprisingly stable. In those two years
diff --git a/posts/Btrfs:RAID_5_Rsync_Freeze.adoc b/posts/Btrfs:RAID_5_Rsync_Freeze.adoc
index bcdcb84..6799830 100644
--- a/posts/Btrfs:RAID_5_Rsync_Freeze.adoc
+++ b/posts/Btrfs:RAID_5_Rsync_Freeze.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Btrfs:RAID 5 Rsync Freeze
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
My server's _/home/_ directory is a btrfs RAID 5, spanning three drives (I did
a blog post about it Btrfs:RAID_Setup[here]). Everything worked fine, until I
diff --git a/posts/Cell_Provider_Comparison.adoc b/posts/Cell_Provider_Comparison.adoc
index 28e1ad9..4d4f954 100644
--- a/posts/Cell_Provider_Comparison.adoc
+++ b/posts/Cell_Provider_Comparison.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Cell Provider Comparison
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
A few years ago, I was researching cell phone providers, and noticed a distinct
lack of _real_ information for an accurate comparison. It seems that everyone's
diff --git a/posts/Changing_the_Hostname_on_a_Linux_Box.adoc b/posts/Changing_the_Hostname_on_a_Linux_Box.adoc
index 7ea649a..718e067 100644
--- a/posts/Changing_the_Hostname_on_a_Linux_Box.adoc
+++ b/posts/Changing_the_Hostname_on_a_Linux_Box.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Changing the Hostname on a Linux Box
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently had need to change a server name due to a change in our server
naming scheme (local ski resorts to breweries). For the simple comedy of the
diff --git a/posts/Command_Line_Auto-Complete.adoc b/posts/Command_Line_Auto-Complete.adoc
index 49476a3..651a2fc 100644
--- a/posts/Command_Line_Auto-Complete.adoc
+++ b/posts/Command_Line_Auto-Complete.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Command Line Autocomplete
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I was working with a fellow aspiring Linux user today on a project with him
(yes, I'm talking about you Eric) and I noticed that when he would 'cd', he
diff --git a/posts/Comparing_Remote_Files_Without_Breaking_a_Sweat.adoc b/posts/Comparing_Remote_Files_Without_Breaking_a_Sweat.adoc
index 54110ca..3d55489 100644
--- a/posts/Comparing_Remote_Files_Without_Breaking_a_Sweat.adoc
+++ b/posts/Comparing_Remote_Files_Without_Breaking_a_Sweat.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Comparing Remote Files without Breaking a Sweat
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I needed to compare a relatively large list of remote files to a local
copy. Yep, you guessed it... it's auditing time again!
diff --git a/posts/Compiling_KeePassX_2_from_Source_with_Qt_4.8.0.adoc b/posts/Compiling_KeePassX_2_from_Source_with_Qt_4.8.0.adoc
index 54368bc..b0fd97d 100644
--- a/posts/Compiling_KeePassX_2_from_Source_with_Qt_4.8.0.adoc
+++ b/posts/Compiling_KeePassX_2_from_Source_with_Qt_4.8.0.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Compiling KeePassX 2 from Source with Qt 4.8.0
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I am a huge http://keepass.info/[KeePass] fan. I started using it back in
college (which was oh so long ago...yyeeaaahhh) when I was using Windows. I
diff --git a/posts/Compiling_MariaDB_:_cannot_find_ncurses:_File_format_not_recognized.adoc b/posts/Compiling_MariaDB_:_cannot_find_ncurses:_File_format_not_recognized.adoc
index a30a6b6..fe63b25 100644
--- a/posts/Compiling_MariaDB_:_cannot_find_ncurses:_File_format_not_recognized.adoc
+++ b/posts/Compiling_MariaDB_:_cannot_find_ncurses:_File_format_not_recognized.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Compiling MariaDB:cannot find ncurses: File format not recognized
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This week I have been trying to upgrade my MariaDB instance to latest and have
been having some problems with getting it to compile right. My first issue was
diff --git a/posts/Compiling_nginx_for_Solaris_10_-_Configure:_test:_argument_expected.adoc b/posts/Compiling_nginx_for_Solaris_10_-_Configure:_test:_argument_expected.adoc
index f9176f1..b25b083 100644
--- a/posts/Compiling_nginx_for_Solaris_10_-_Configure:_test:_argument_expected.adoc
+++ b/posts/Compiling_nginx_for_Solaris_10_-_Configure:_test:_argument_expected.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Compiling Nginx on Solaris 10 - Configure:test:argument expected
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Yesterday I was working on compiling nginx on one of our solaris boxes at work
(someone please tell me why companies still choose Solaris over the various
diff --git a/posts/Configuring_Status.Net_for_NGINX_in_a_Subdirectory.adoc b/posts/Configuring_Status.Net_for_NGINX_in_a_Subdirectory.adoc
index 0a83bea..12fb4ee 100644
--- a/posts/Configuring_Status.Net_for_NGINX_in_a_Subdirectory.adoc
+++ b/posts/Configuring_Status.Net_for_NGINX_in_a_Subdirectory.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Configuring Status.Net for NGINX in a Subdirectory
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This morning I tried to get status.net to work from a subdirectory of my main
site, a task which proved to be quite frustrating, especially for someone who's
diff --git a/posts/Converting_Disks_in_Hyper-V.adoc b/posts/Converting_Disks_in_Hyper-V.adoc
index e7ee1c3..ff11f62 100644
--- a/posts/Converting_Disks_in_Hyper-V.adoc
+++ b/posts/Converting_Disks_in_Hyper-V.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Converting Disks to Hyper-V
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently have been running into space issues. I had a four hundred gigabyte
hard drive that had almost not space remaining. It stored 8 running servers
diff --git a/posts/Converting_Hyper-V_VHDs.adoc b/posts/Converting_Hyper-V_VHDs.adoc
index 9585a29..0e94ed5 100644
--- a/posts/Converting_Hyper-V_VHDs.adoc
+++ b/posts/Converting_Hyper-V_VHDs.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Converting Hyper-V VHDs
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently was assigned the task of rebuilding our Team Foundation Server with
TFS 2010 for many reasons. One of those is because the old one has a VHD that
diff --git a/posts/Cool,_Fun,_and_Mostly_Useless_Things_to_do_with_Linux.adoc b/posts/Cool,_Fun,_and_Mostly_Useless_Things_to_do_with_Linux.adoc
index 22f8dbf..bfb2bdb 100644
--- a/posts/Cool,_Fun,_and_Mostly_Useless_Things_to_do_with_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/Cool,_Fun,_and_Mostly_Useless_Things_to_do_with_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Cool, Fun, and Mostly Useless Things to do with Linux
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
:revdate: June 1, 2015
-== {doctitle}
I frequently find myself on a weekend without much to do, wishing I could have
some cool new project to put on my Linux server at home. I've implemented
diff --git a/posts/Creating_Search_Engine_Optimized_Drupal_URLS.adoc b/posts/Creating_Search_Engine_Optimized_Drupal_URLS.adoc
index 3282b7f..f883222 100644
--- a/posts/Creating_Search_Engine_Optimized_Drupal_URLS.adoc
+++ b/posts/Creating_Search_Engine_Optimized_Drupal_URLS.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Creating_Search_Engine_Optimized_Drupal_URLS
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
A big piece to search engine optimization is how your URLs are structured. A
ways back, I was talking to a buddy of mine who does SEO for a living and he
diff --git a/posts/Creating_Text_Outlines_in_CSS.adoc b/posts/Creating_Text_Outlines_in_CSS.adoc
index d66f742..c1475d5 100644
--- a/posts/Creating_Text_Outlines_in_CSS.adoc
+++ b/posts/Creating_Text_Outlines_in_CSS.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Creating Text Outlines in CSS
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Creating outlines for text can be a very interesting problem to tackle when
making a website. If you do any research, you'll likely find that google points
diff --git a/posts/Cyanogenmod_7_on_the_Evo.adoc b/posts/Cyanogenmod_7_on_the_Evo.adoc
index cd848b4..b068637 100644
--- a/posts/Cyanogenmod_7_on_the_Evo.adoc
+++ b/posts/Cyanogenmod_7_on_the_Evo.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Cyanogenmod 7 on the Evo
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Good morning everyone.
diff --git a/posts/DD-WRT:Change_Root_SSH_Password.adoc b/posts/DD-WRT:Change_Root_SSH_Password.adoc
index b8cb0e8..a338410 100644
--- a/posts/DD-WRT:Change_Root_SSH_Password.adoc
+++ b/posts/DD-WRT:Change_Root_SSH_Password.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ DD-WRT:Change the Root SSH Password
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
<obligatory-blog-intro> ... </obligatory-blog-intro>
diff --git a/posts/DNS_Backup_Script.adoc b/posts/DNS_Backup_Script.adoc
index ad6f3db..7ad6e14 100644
--- a/posts/DNS_Backup_Script.adoc
+++ b/posts/DNS_Backup_Script.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ DNS Backup Script
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I would like to start this post with an admission of guilt.
diff --git a/posts/Default_Solaris_man_Pager.adoc b/posts/Default_Solaris_man_Pager.adoc
index ee656aa..fe4625c 100644
--- a/posts/Default_Solaris_man_Pager.adoc
+++ b/posts/Default_Solaris_man_Pager.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Default Solaris Man Pager
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
The title of this should actually say "Default Solaris man Pager Sucks" but in
the interest of professionalism, I left that last word out.
diff --git a/posts/Dell_V305_Printer_on_Linux.adoc b/posts/Dell_V305_Printer_on_Linux.adoc
index 16da7e8..7edc953 100644
--- a/posts/Dell_V305_Printer_on_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/Dell_V305_Printer_on_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Dell V305 Printer on Linux
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I spent this week hanging out with my wife and grandparents-in-law and spent
some of my time performing the obligatory family tech support (no complaining
diff --git a/posts/Divs_That_Move_When_Users_Scroll.adoc b/posts/Divs_That_Move_When_Users_Scroll.adoc
index ca7f711..a4fe24c 100644
--- a/posts/Divs_That_Move_When_Users_Scroll.adoc
+++ b/posts/Divs_That_Move_When_Users_Scroll.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Divs that Move When Users Scroll
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I was working on a project that has a search box at the top of the page
in the primary nav bar that I thought would be nice if it stayed put when
diff --git a/posts/Drupal,_Mod_rewrite,_Subdirectories,_and_Nginx.adoc b/posts/Drupal,_Mod_rewrite,_Subdirectories,_and_Nginx.adoc
index ce8b379..41b54b7 100644
--- a/posts/Drupal,_Mod_rewrite,_Subdirectories,_and_Nginx.adoc
+++ b/posts/Drupal,_Mod_rewrite,_Subdirectories,_and_Nginx.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Drupla, Mod Rewrite, Subdirectories, and NGINX
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
A few days ago I started dabbling with nginx (many thanks for the
http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2011/11/a-faster-web-server-ripping-out-apache-for-nginx.ars[article]
diff --git a/posts/Duplicating_a_USB_Stick_with_dd.adoc b/posts/Duplicating_a_USB_Stick_with_dd.adoc
index 6f61874..c8381f9 100644
--- a/posts/Duplicating_a_USB_Stick_with_dd.adoc
+++ b/posts/Duplicating_a_USB_Stick_with_dd.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Duplicating a USB Stick with dd
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have a USB stick that I use for fixing friends computers (among other things)
that runs Arch Linux. It seems that their most frequent problems are either
diff --git a/posts/Empathy_Accounts_Dialog_wont_Launch.adoc b/posts/Empathy_Accounts_Dialog_wont_Launch.adoc
index f1aa6ae..8e2ff3e 100644
--- a/posts/Empathy_Accounts_Dialog_wont_Launch.adoc
+++ b/posts/Empathy_Accounts_Dialog_wont_Launch.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Empathy Accounts Dialog Won't Launch
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I am currently working on a blog post on how to build a non-linux user
friendly-ish laptop (something similar to Ubuntu in software sets) using Arch
diff --git a/posts/Enabling_Colors_in_Ksh88.adoc b/posts/Enabling_Colors_in_Ksh88.adoc
index d0c9e83..756d219 100644
--- a/posts/Enabling_Colors_in_Ksh88.adoc
+++ b/posts/Enabling_Colors_in_Ksh88.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Enabling Colors in ksh88
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I won't lie. I'm a Linux user. At the very least, I'm a semi-up-to-date 'nix
command line user and I work on AIX far more than I'd like. I intend no offense
diff --git a/posts/Encrypting_Home_Directories_with_EncFS.adoc b/posts/Encrypting_Home_Directories_with_EncFS.adoc
index a8b8dbb..77405a4 100644
--- a/posts/Encrypting_Home_Directories_with_EncFS.adoc
+++ b/posts/Encrypting_Home_Directories_with_EncFS.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Encrypting Home Directories with EncFS
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Before I go into how to do this, I'd like to take a moment to explain how encfs
works in slightly simpler terms than are detailed on the
diff --git a/posts/Exim_Spam_Filtering_with_Bogofilter.adoc b/posts/Exim_Spam_Filtering_with_Bogofilter.adoc
index cb9578b..c9c2f0c 100644
--- a/posts/Exim_Spam_Filtering_with_Bogofilter.adoc
+++ b/posts/Exim_Spam_Filtering_with_Bogofilter.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Exim Spam Filtering with Bogofilter
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have been operating a personal email server for the past 4-ish years with
very little trouble. My server itself received a truck-load of spam email, but
diff --git a/posts/Expanding_Divs_Containing_Floated_Elements.adoc b/posts/Expanding_Divs_Containing_Floated_Elements.adoc
index a316490..ddd6c32 100644
--- a/posts/Expanding_Divs_Containing_Floated_Elements.adoc
+++ b/posts/Expanding_Divs_Containing_Floated_Elements.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Expanding Divs Containing Floated Elements
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I was working on a site with one center column that contained two columns
within and I ran into a rather distressing problem (in the most extreme of ways
diff --git a/posts/Finding_Prime_Factors.adoc b/posts/Finding_Prime_Factors.adoc
index 83ba164..669efec 100644
--- a/posts/Finding_Prime_Factors.adoc
+++ b/posts/Finding_Prime_Factors.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Finding Prime Factors
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have been working in my spare time on the https://projecteueler.net[Euler
project] problems. Now, for most languages, these problems aren't too big of a
diff --git a/posts/Finding_the_Absolute_Path_of_a_Bash_Script.adoc b/posts/Finding_the_Absolute_Path_of_a_Bash_Script.adoc
index 73a69e3..85559c8 100644
--- a/posts/Finding_the_Absolute_Path_of_a_Bash_Script.adoc
+++ b/posts/Finding_the_Absolute_Path_of_a_Bash_Script.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Finding the Absolute Path of a Bash Script
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This seems to be one that a lot of people want to know how to do (I was one of
them). In searching the internets I found a lot of suggestions to use the
diff --git a/posts/Git:Branch_Author_List.adoc b/posts/Git:Branch_Author_List.adoc
index 2a46d45..1e54c41 100644
--- a/posts/Git:Branch_Author_List.adoc
+++ b/posts/Git:Branch_Author_List.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Git:Branch Author List
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Whether your team uses the long-running, topic, or any other multi-branch
https://git-scm.herokuapp.com/book/en/v2/Git-Branching-Branching-Workflows[branching
diff --git a/posts/Git:Care_Free_Committing.adoc b/posts/Git:Care_Free_Committing.adoc
index 2e518c3..5352e9a 100644
--- a/posts/Git:Care_Free_Committing.adoc
+++ b/posts/Git:Care_Free_Committing.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Git:Care-free Committing
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
In the past, I have found myself a bit afraid to fully use git, because git
history is something so painful to rewrite, especially when the repo is shared
diff --git a/posts/Git:Changing_Project_Licensing.adoc b/posts/Git:Changing_Project_Licensing.adoc
index d2967d6..8e7e88f 100644
--- a/posts/Git:Changing_Project_Licensing.adoc
+++ b/posts/Git:Changing_Project_Licensing.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Git:Changing Project Licensing
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I'm unsure about the legality of doing something like this. I think though that
this probably shouldn't be used if you've already released your project. If
diff --git a/posts/Git:Clone_All_Remote_Repos.adoc b/posts/Git:Clone_All_Remote_Repos.adoc
index 77d0523..3eb9a06 100644
--- a/posts/Git:Clone_All_Remote_Repos.adoc
+++ b/posts/Git:Clone_All_Remote_Repos.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Git:Clone All Remote Repos
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
To my knowledge, there isn't a good way to clone all git remote repos in a path
that doesn't involve either installing a program or writing a script. That
diff --git a/posts/Git_Basics.adoc b/posts/Git_Basics.adoc
index 03af5d3..1b73e7a 100644
--- a/posts/Git_Basics.adoc
+++ b/posts/Git_Basics.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Git Basics
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Git can be a very complicated thing. Someone once told me that we mere humans
have a very difficult time with it at first. I myself have had a
diff --git a/posts/Git_as_a_Backup_Solution.adoc b/posts/Git_as_a_Backup_Solution.adoc
index 6c13353..e314854 100644
--- a/posts/Git_as_a_Backup_Solution.adoc
+++ b/posts/Git_as_a_Backup_Solution.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Git as a Backup Solution
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
To preface this post, I would like to point out two very key things. The backup
files will be stored in two branches inside of a single repository. Those
diff --git a/posts/Google_Apps_Users_:_Cannot_Use_Self-hosted_XMPP.adoc b/posts/Google_Apps_Users_:_Cannot_Use_Self-hosted_XMPP.adoc
index df195a6..d5929ce 100644
--- a/posts/Google_Apps_Users_:_Cannot_Use_Self-hosted_XMPP.adoc
+++ b/posts/Google_Apps_Users_:_Cannot_Use_Self-hosted_XMPP.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Google Apps Users Cannot Use Self-hosted XMPP
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Just over a week ago, Google released Google Plus for its Google Apps
diff --git a/posts/How_to_Uninterest_Me_in_Your_Job_Opening.adoc b/posts/How_to_Uninterest_Me_in_Your_Job_Opening.adoc
index 630b54f..0e9c64a 100644
--- a/posts/How_to_Uninterest_Me_in_Your_Job_Opening.adoc
+++ b/posts/How_to_Uninterest_Me_in_Your_Job_Opening.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ How to Uninterest Me in Your Job Opening
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have been recieving an incredible amount of job calls and emails lately. I
mean, so many that I'm concerned my cell phone minutes will go over my alotted
diff --git a/posts/Hyper-V_and_Vista.adoc b/posts/Hyper-V_and_Vista.adoc
index b4728ff..10a430f 100644
--- a/posts/Hyper-V_and_Vista.adoc
+++ b/posts/Hyper-V_and_Vista.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Hyper-V and Vista
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I built out 8 more servers for our dev team. We have a blade server
hosting all of this with Hyper-V. Here's what my picture looks like...
diff --git a/posts/Indenting_in_VI.adoc b/posts/Indenting_in_VI.adoc
index d0e9932..8763486 100644
--- a/posts/Indenting_in_VI.adoc
+++ b/posts/Indenting_in_VI.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Indenting in Vi
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Just a quick post here. Today I was writing a perl script and I had a 29 line
block of code I wanted to indent. After a bit of research (thanks
diff --git a/posts/Install_Java_6_on_Debian_Lenny_5.0.adoc b/posts/Install_Java_6_on_Debian_Lenny_5.0.adoc
index 23b5d24..ca0bbc2 100644
--- a/posts/Install_Java_6_on_Debian_Lenny_5.0.adoc
+++ b/posts/Install_Java_6_on_Debian_Lenny_5.0.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Install Java 6 on Debian Lenny 5.0
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Despite its numerous problems and frequent needs for updates, Java is still
used for a lot of software. That sadly means it must be installed to run Java
diff --git a/posts/Installation_of_Aptana_Studio_into_Eclipse.adoc b/posts/Installation_of_Aptana_Studio_into_Eclipse.adoc
index 039fe28..3214fc4 100644
--- a/posts/Installation_of_Aptana_Studio_into_Eclipse.adoc
+++ b/posts/Installation_of_Aptana_Studio_into_Eclipse.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Installation of Aptana Studio into Eclipse
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello all, I recently attempted installing the Aptana (web dev functionality
based off of Eclipse) studio after messing up my stand-alone version (which was
diff --git a/posts/Installing_Gimp_2.7_via_a_PPA.adoc b/posts/Installing_Gimp_2.7_via_a_PPA.adoc
index b63228f..2cf55ae 100644
--- a/posts/Installing_Gimp_2.7_via_a_PPA.adoc
+++ b/posts/Installing_Gimp_2.7_via_a_PPA.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Installing_Gimp_2.7_via_a_PPA
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello all,
diff --git a/posts/Installing_KDE_4.6_in_Debian.adoc b/posts/Installing_KDE_4.6_in_Debian.adoc
index 9b98137..1f25be4 100644
--- a/posts/Installing_KDE_4.6_in_Debian.adoc
+++ b/posts/Installing_KDE_4.6_in_Debian.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Installing KDE 4.6 in Debian
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Installing KDE on Debian is a pretty simple task. Getting the latest and
greatest of KDE (or anything), is another matter especially if you want it from
diff --git a/posts/Installing_Team_Foundation_Server_2008.adoc b/posts/Installing_Team_Foundation_Server_2008.adoc
index ae58d41..7fda20b 100644
--- a/posts/Installing_Team_Foundation_Server_2008.adoc
+++ b/posts/Installing_Team_Foundation_Server_2008.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Installing Team Foundation Server 2008
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
The installation of TFS 2008 can be a daunting task if the right documentation
is not used. This post will cover the installation of Team Foundation Server
diff --git a/posts/Installing_Visual_Studio_2008_Service_Pack_1.adoc b/posts/Installing_Visual_Studio_2008_Service_Pack_1.adoc
index aad0156..a457baa 100644
--- a/posts/Installing_Visual_Studio_2008_Service_Pack_1.adoc
+++ b/posts/Installing_Visual_Studio_2008_Service_Pack_1.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Installing Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Recently, I realized that a few of our developement servers were running Visual
Studio 2008 with the beta of SP1. One would assume that the installation of a
diff --git a/posts/Javadoc-style_Perl_Documentation_Generator.adoc b/posts/Javadoc-style_Perl_Documentation_Generator.adoc
index 83d82c8..7e3d8c0 100644
--- a/posts/Javadoc-style_Perl_Documentation_Generator.adoc
+++ b/posts/Javadoc-style_Perl_Documentation_Generator.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Javadoc-style Perl Documentation Generator
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I'm not a huge fan of Java, but I really do appreciate their standards for code
comments. I use them in my PHP, C+\+, and Perl code. There is obviously some
diff --git a/posts/Kill_All_Connections_to_SQL_Database.adoc b/posts/Kill_All_Connections_to_SQL_Database.adoc
index 130147a..7707cdb 100644
--- a/posts/Kill_All_Connections_to_SQL_Database.adoc
+++ b/posts/Kill_All_Connections_to_SQL_Database.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Kill All Connections to SQL Database
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently had to help one of our testers test an application. One of the tests
to perform was to see how the web application handled losing its connection to
diff --git a/posts/Kubuntu_and_Bluetooth_Audio.adoc b/posts/Kubuntu_and_Bluetooth_Audio.adoc
index 172f3d5..6c4eca3 100644
--- a/posts/Kubuntu_and_Bluetooth_Audio.adoc
+++ b/posts/Kubuntu_and_Bluetooth_Audio.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Kubuntu and Bluetooth Audio
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I just recently made a switch to http://www.kubuntu.org/[Kubuntu] to test out
their integration of KDE4.4. I must admit that I like this version. It's very
diff --git a/posts/Linux:At_the_Office.adoc b/posts/Linux:At_the_Office.adoc
index a87ce94..603c014 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:At_the_Office.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:At_the_Office.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:At the Office
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have been running Linux on my laptop at home for the last four-ish years now
and it's given me very little trouble. Mostly it's just been the growing pains
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Checking_CPU_Core_Usage.adoc b/posts/Linux:Checking_CPU_Core_Usage.adoc
index edb06e8..1f7182d 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Checking_CPU_Core_Usage.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Checking_CPU_Core_Usage.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Checking CPU Core Usage
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This is mostly for my own future reference. Today I needed to to check the
resource consumption of an application on a currently bare metal system so I
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Comparing_Remote_with_Local.adoc b/posts/Linux:Comparing_Remote_with_Local.adoc
index c681a3a..9a852d7 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Comparing_Remote_with_Local.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Comparing_Remote_with_Local.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Comparing Remote with Local
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I ran into quite the conundrum. I've been needing to compare the contents
of a file on a remote server with the contents of a file on my local server
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Desktop_Sharing.adoc b/posts/Linux:Desktop_Sharing.adoc
index 521a16d..35b8816 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Desktop_Sharing.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Desktop_Sharing.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Desktop Sharing
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
For the last several weeks, I and several others running Linux on my team have
been unable to use the third party desktop sharing service our company has
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Formatting_a_Hard_Drive.adoc b/posts/Linux:Formatting_a_Hard_Drive.adoc
index 51ef09b..54a5e59 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Formatting_a_Hard_Drive.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Formatting_a_Hard_Drive.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Formatting a Hard Drive
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Good afternoon everyone or good evening/morning, depending on which time zone
you're reading this from...
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Luks_Password_Changing.adoc b/posts/Linux:Luks_Password_Changing.adoc
index 96e3790..d01b823 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Luks_Password_Changing.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Luks_Password_Changing.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Luks Password Changing
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Given my most recent posts about Linux Linux:System_Encryption[system
encryption] and Linux:dm-crypt_Encrypted_Home_Directories[encrypted home
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Symantec_VIP_Access.adoc b/posts/Linux:Symantec_VIP_Access.adoc
index 99808a3..1c112b0 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Symantec_VIP_Access.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Symantec_VIP_Access.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Symantec Vip Access
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
If your company has a vpn and like to have the illusion of security, they may
use two-factor authentication to gain access to the vpn (as if certs weren't
diff --git a/posts/Linux:System_Encryption.adoc b/posts/Linux:System_Encryption.adoc
index e9ff71b..79b70e9 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:System_Encryption.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:System_Encryption.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:System Encryption
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
As mentioned in a Linux:dm-crypt_Encrypted_Home_Directories[previous post], I
use dm-crypt with a luks header and the pam-mount module to encrypt and mount
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Using_Bash_to_Generate_a_Wordlist.adoc b/posts/Linux:Using_Bash_to_Generate_a_Wordlist.adoc
index 5aa30fe..a432e24 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Using_Bash_to_Generate_a_Wordlist.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Using_Bash_to_Generate_a_Wordlist.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Using Bash to Generate a Wordlist
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
A few weeks ago my wife forgot her KeePass password. She can remember most of
it, but there are certain portions of it she can't quite get (looks like the
diff --git a/posts/Linux:Vpnc_Restart_Script.adoc b/posts/Linux:Vpnc_Restart_Script.adoc
index d7f7d0a..374a4ad 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:Vpnc_Restart_Script.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:Vpnc_Restart_Script.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux: VPNC Restart Script
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
The VPN at my company is very... spotty... at best. When working from home, it
used to boot you about once every hour. For whatever reason though, it has
diff --git a/posts/Linux:dm-crypt_Encrypted_Home_Directories.adoc b/posts/Linux:dm-crypt_Encrypted_Home_Directories.adoc
index 9c2e4a0..6f68a3e 100644
--- a/posts/Linux:dm-crypt_Encrypted_Home_Directories.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux:dm-crypt_Encrypted_Home_Directories.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:dm=crypt Encrypted Home Directories
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
There are three primary methods for encrypting one's home directory seamlessly
in Linux: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dm-crypt[dm-crypt],
diff --git a/posts/Linux_Storage_Devices,_Partitions,_and_Mount_Points_Explained.adoc b/posts/Linux_Storage_Devices,_Partitions,_and_Mount_Points_Explained.adoc
index 58d6a70..5ac4376 100644
--- a/posts/Linux_Storage_Devices,_Partitions,_and_Mount_Points_Explained.adoc
+++ b/posts/Linux_Storage_Devices,_Partitions,_and_Mount_Points_Explained.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux Storage Devices, Partitions, and Mount Points Explained
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Earlier today I was talking with a guy in the Ubuntu IRC channel (shout out to
codemagician!) who was asking how to format a USB stick via the command line.
diff --git a/posts/Lucid_Lynx_Release_Date.adoc b/posts/Lucid_Lynx_Release_Date.adoc
index 53da0f4..4a74129 100644
--- a/posts/Lucid_Lynx_Release_Date.adoc
+++ b/posts/Lucid_Lynx_Release_Date.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Lucid Lynx Release Date
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I would like to take a few seconds to mention that in one day the latest
version of Ubuntu, 10.04 Lucid Lynx, will be released.
diff --git a/posts/MPlayer:Recursively_Play_All_Files.adoc b/posts/MPlayer:Recursively_Play_All_Files.adoc
index 2252416..f46f744 100644
--- a/posts/MPlayer:Recursively_Play_All_Files.adoc
+++ b/posts/MPlayer:Recursively_Play_All_Files.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ MPlayer:Recursively Play All Files
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I've researched this one before and there doesn't seem to be a real standard
for how to do this (such as a -r switch for recursive play). Granted, when in
diff --git a/posts/Managing_Linux_with_Linux.adoc b/posts/Managing_Linux_with_Linux.adoc
index 7984ffd..e24b000 100644
--- a/posts/Managing_Linux_with_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/Managing_Linux_with_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Managing Linux with Linux
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
It seems that many companies that run Unix/Linux servers don't let their admins
run Unix or Linux. I'm not going to speculate about the preferences about other
diff --git a/posts/Migrating_SQL_Data.adoc b/posts/Migrating_SQL_Data.adoc
index 7af806c..7c062db 100644
--- a/posts/Migrating_SQL_Data.adoc
+++ b/posts/Migrating_SQL_Data.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Migrating SQL Data
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
In my current project I have found a need to migrate data from one SQL server
to another. For those of you SQL gurus out there, you know that there are many
diff --git a/posts/Migrating_from_Drupal_7_to_Habari_.8.adoc b/posts/Migrating_from_Drupal_7_to_Habari_.8.adoc
index 1d2e5cf..e928db7 100644
--- a/posts/Migrating_from_Drupal_7_to_Habari_.8.adoc
+++ b/posts/Migrating_from_Drupal_7_to_Habari_.8.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Migrating from Drupal 7 to Habari .8
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Lately I've been trying out the latest release of
http://habariproject.org/[Habari] and I really like it. They have created a
diff --git a/posts/Mounting_Drives_in_Linux_Without_Root.adoc b/posts/Mounting_Drives_in_Linux_Without_Root.adoc
index 9aa2d9a..80e5146 100644
--- a/posts/Mounting_Drives_in_Linux_Without_Root.adoc
+++ b/posts/Mounting_Drives_in_Linux_Without_Root.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Mounting Drives in Linux without Root
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently took an interest in building my own debian box that was roughly
equivelant to Linux Mint or Ubuntu. More specifically, I wanted a system built
diff --git a/posts/Mutt:Email_Notifications.adoc b/posts/Mutt:Email_Notifications.adoc
index 980f556..d6154e5 100644
--- a/posts/Mutt:Email_Notifications.adoc
+++ b/posts/Mutt:Email_Notifications.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Mutt:Email Notifications
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I use the http://www.mutt.org/[mutt] email client for all of my email accounts
(in combination with mbsync for offline mail). One of the things I've hear
diff --git a/posts/Mutt:Sorting_Mail_Like_a_Boss.adoc b/posts/Mutt:Sorting_Mail_Like_a_Boss.adoc
index ecf31f7..1208bb6 100644
--- a/posts/Mutt:Sorting_Mail_Like_a_Boss.adoc
+++ b/posts/Mutt:Sorting_Mail_Like_a_Boss.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Mutt:Sorting Mail Like a Boss
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Mutt is a relatively difficult mail client to learn. However, as most if not
all mutt users will tell you, once you've got the hang of it, no other mail
diff --git a/posts/Mutt:Useful_Muttrc_Color_Regular_Expressions.adoc b/posts/Mutt:Useful_Muttrc_Color_Regular_Expressions.adoc
index fe9820e..c1327df 100644
--- a/posts/Mutt:Useful_Muttrc_Color_Regular_Expressions.adoc
+++ b/posts/Mutt:Useful_Muttrc_Color_Regular_Expressions.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Mutt:Useful Muttrc Color Regular Expressions
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I was working on my muttrc file this morning to make it highlight more stuff
and thought I'd share a few of my regexes with the world (not that anyone using
diff --git a/posts/MySql:Find_all_Required_Columns.adoc b/posts/MySql:Find_all_Required_Columns.adoc
index 62ba323..1ac50f4 100644
--- a/posts/MySql:Find_all_Required_Columns.adoc
+++ b/posts/MySql:Find_all_Required_Columns.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ MySql:Find all Required Columns
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I am currently working on a functionality for an app that automatically
enforces database null constraints in the client side code and in the server
diff --git a/posts/Non-Root_User_Connect_to_Wifi_in_Arch_Linux_with_SLiM.adoc b/posts/Non-Root_User_Connect_to_Wifi_in_Arch_Linux_with_SLiM.adoc
index 346c86c..095cb40 100644
--- a/posts/Non-Root_User_Connect_to_Wifi_in_Arch_Linux_with_SLiM.adoc
+++ b/posts/Non-Root_User_Connect_to_Wifi_in_Arch_Linux_with_SLiM.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Non-Root User Connect to Wifi in Arch Linux with SLiM
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I'm a fan of Arch Linux. A big reason for that (for me at least) is that Arch
doesn't do everything for you. For the most part, I'm a self-taught Linux user,
diff --git a/posts/Note-taking_with_Vim.adoc b/posts/Note-taking_with_Vim.adoc
index 4aea378..ed0e42c 100644
--- a/posts/Note-taking_with_Vim.adoc
+++ b/posts/Note-taking_with_Vim.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Note-taking with Vim
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Two vim posts in one day!
diff --git a/posts/Open_Source_Living:Browsers.adoc b/posts/Open_Source_Living:Browsers.adoc
index e71c62f..602db4d 100644
--- a/posts/Open_Source_Living:Browsers.adoc
+++ b/posts/Open_Source_Living:Browsers.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Open Spource Living:Browsers
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Open source software has got to be one of the coolest things to hit planet
earth in a long time. Anyone who's asked me about open source software knows my
diff --git a/posts/Opening_CHM_Files_in_Vista.adoc b/posts/Opening_CHM_Files_in_Vista.adoc
index 842d14d..e5df2a6 100644
--- a/posts/Opening_CHM_Files_in_Vista.adoc
+++ b/posts/Opening_CHM_Files_in_Vista.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Opening CHM Files in Vista
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
If any of you have been following me on Twitter recently, you know I've been
researching the installation of TFS. I had pretty good luck with a lot of
diff --git a/posts/OwnCloud_Documents_on_Arch_Linux.adoc b/posts/OwnCloud_Documents_on_Arch_Linux.adoc
index 891a1d4..4c8bd75 100644
--- a/posts/OwnCloud_Documents_on_Arch_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/OwnCloud_Documents_on_Arch_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ OwnCloud Documents on Arch Linux
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This is just a quick note for those folks who are running Arch Linux on their
servers (I am). I was having trouble getting MS Word documents to render on my
diff --git a/posts/PHP-5.3:Class_Exception_Not_Found.adoc b/posts/PHP-5.3:Class_Exception_Not_Found.adoc
index 97128fe..bc753d8 100644
--- a/posts/PHP-5.3:Class_Exception_Not_Found.adoc
+++ b/posts/PHP-5.3:Class_Exception_Not_Found.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ PHP-5.3:Class Exception Not Found
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
If in PHP 5.3 (likely just PHP 5) you define a namespace for your current class
and try to throw a new Exception, it will fail with the following error
diff --git a/posts/Performing_a_MySql_Backup_Via_Command_Line.adoc b/posts/Performing_a_MySql_Backup_Via_Command_Line.adoc
index 91e049e..5f96b96 100644
--- a/posts/Performing_a_MySql_Backup_Via_Command_Line.adoc
+++ b/posts/Performing_a_MySql_Backup_Via_Command_Line.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Performing a MySql Backup Via Command Line
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
A few months back I was running backups of the ol' web server and realized that
it was going to be a pain since I was starting to host more and more websites.
diff --git a/posts/Postback_Freezes_Animated_Gifs.adoc b/posts/Postback_Freezes_Animated_Gifs.adoc
index 092d181..47e9fc9 100644
--- a/posts/Postback_Freezes_Animated_Gifs.adoc
+++ b/posts/Postback_Freezes_Animated_Gifs.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Postback Freezes Animated Gifs
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello again all,
diff --git a/posts/ProPresenter:Action_Hotkeys_Not_Working.adoc b/posts/ProPresenter:Action_Hotkeys_Not_Working.adoc
index 26daa1f..b759d4f 100644
--- a/posts/ProPresenter:Action_Hotkeys_Not_Working.adoc
+++ b/posts/ProPresenter:Action_Hotkeys_Not_Working.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ ProPresenter:Action Hotkeys not Working
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
My church recently got a new Mac mini for our media computer (we used to have a
Windows 7 machine). During setting this new system up, I realized that the
diff --git a/posts/ProPresenter:Automatically_Advancing_Slide_Loops.adoc b/posts/ProPresenter:Automatically_Advancing_Slide_Loops.adoc
index cdf686b..dc3c63d 100644
--- a/posts/ProPresenter:Automatically_Advancing_Slide_Loops.adoc
+++ b/posts/ProPresenter:Automatically_Advancing_Slide_Loops.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ ProPresenter:Automatically Advancing Slide Loops
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This last weekend I ran video for my church and needed to create a slide loop
for announcements at the beginning of service. Now, I'm a MediaShout guy still
diff --git a/posts/ProPresenter:Edit_Mode.adoc b/posts/ProPresenter:Edit_Mode.adoc
index 7b5c9d5..26d4cff 100644
--- a/posts/ProPresenter:Edit_Mode.adoc
+++ b/posts/ProPresenter:Edit_Mode.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ ProPresenter:Edit Mode
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This week one of our media folks contacted me to ask if I knew how to get
ProPresenter to launch slides again. He said he was clicking them, but they
diff --git a/posts/Puppet:Out_of_Range_for_Type_Integer.adoc b/posts/Puppet:Out_of_Range_for_Type_Integer.adoc
index 329078e..f629b11 100644
--- a/posts/Puppet:Out_of_Range_for_Type_Integer.adoc
+++ b/posts/Puppet:Out_of_Range_for_Type_Integer.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Puppet:Out of Range for Type Integer
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
This week we ran into a rather small (or is it large) problem with our puppet
instance. We logged into the puppet console and noticed that there were over
diff --git a/posts/Redirecting_a_WordPress_Site.adoc b/posts/Redirecting_a_WordPress_Site.adoc
index 2f5c212..d59d15e 100644
--- a/posts/Redirecting_a_WordPress_Site.adoc
+++ b/posts/Redirecting_a_WordPress_Site.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Redirecting a Wordpress Site
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Last week I decided to completely move my blog over to bitnode.net. I created a
post in the old location with the details of the move and watched my viewer
diff --git a/posts/Replacing_the_Glass_on_a_Samsung_Galaxy_S_iii.adoc b/posts/Replacing_the_Glass_on_a_Samsung_Galaxy_S_iii.adoc
index c79fdd7..7036b4e 100644
--- a/posts/Replacing_the_Glass_on_a_Samsung_Galaxy_S_iii.adoc
+++ b/posts/Replacing_the_Glass_on_a_Samsung_Galaxy_S_iii.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Replacing the Gladd on a Samsung Galaxy S III
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently had the misfortune of shattering the glass on my phone's screen. I
went to put it in my pocket, I felt one corner of the phone go in, but
diff --git a/posts/Running_Load_Tests_with_a_Remote_VSTS_Controller_and_Associated_Agents.adoc b/posts/Running_Load_Tests_with_a_Remote_VSTS_Controller_and_Associated_Agents.adoc
index b696e5b..3f5b57a 100644
--- a/posts/Running_Load_Tests_with_a_Remote_VSTS_Controller_and_Associated_Agents.adoc
+++ b/posts/Running_Load_Tests_with_a_Remote_VSTS_Controller_and_Associated_Agents.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Running Load Tests with a Remote VSTS Controller and Associated Agent
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Running a multi-agent load test isn't too complicated, compliments of Visual
Studio Team Suite. Assuming you have a controller/agent environment set up,
diff --git a/posts/Running_Web_Services_on_Non-Standard_Ports.adoc b/posts/Running_Web_Services_on_Non-Standard_Ports.adoc
index 5f9eaf0..d7211d7 100644
--- a/posts/Running_Web_Services_on_Non-Standard_Ports.adoc
+++ b/posts/Running_Web_Services_on_Non-Standard_Ports.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Running Web Services on Non-standard Ports
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Working in the world of systems administration has taught me a lot, especially
in regards to security. One thing I hope to never take for granted is the
diff --git a/posts/SQL_2008_Reinstall_Errors.adoc b/posts/SQL_2008_Reinstall_Errors.adoc
index 2cb6715..1a7ee7d 100644
--- a/posts/SQL_2008_Reinstall_Errors.adoc
+++ b/posts/SQL_2008_Reinstall_Errors.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ SQL 2008 Reinstall Errors
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello again all, Recently, after the server build was 'finished', I discovered
that the SQL install was not configured to use the proper authentication method
diff --git a/posts/SQL_Server_2008_Memory_Management.adoc b/posts/SQL_Server_2008_Memory_Management.adoc
index 4125534..672234b 100644
--- a/posts/SQL_Server_2008_Memory_Management.adoc
+++ b/posts/SQL_Server_2008_Memory_Management.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ SQL Server 2008 Memory Management
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Once again, hello all: Recently I had a problem with SQL server. I was sifting
through the processes in Task Manager a few days ago ordered by memory
diff --git a/posts/SSH_Tunnel_Forwarding.adoc b/posts/SSH_Tunnel_Forwarding.adoc
index 171262d..7edd99c 100644
--- a/posts/SSH_Tunnel_Forwarding.adoc
+++ b/posts/SSH_Tunnel_Forwarding.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ SSH Tunnel Forwarding
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Yesterday, I had an idea that remarkably enough, actually worked (go figure,
huh). I have a few friends who use Linux on their desktops but aren't quite
diff --git a/posts/SSH_VPN.adoc b/posts/SSH_VPN.adoc
index f5eef2b..c045d70 100644
--- a/posts/SSH_VPN.adoc
+++ b/posts/SSH_VPN.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ SSH VPN
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Nope, I didn't just yell at you using all caps in the subject. Just for the fun
of it, let's expand that one out.
diff --git a/posts/Samsung_Epic_4g_Syndicate_Rom_:_Freeze_on_Boot.adoc b/posts/Samsung_Epic_4g_Syndicate_Rom_:_Freeze_on_Boot.adoc
index bdcffb8..eb41663 100644
--- a/posts/Samsung_Epic_4g_Syndicate_Rom_:_Freeze_on_Boot.adoc
+++ b/posts/Samsung_Epic_4g_Syndicate_Rom_:_Freeze_on_Boot.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Samsung Epic 4g Syndicate Rom:Freeze on Boot
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Recently my girlfriend (who might start blogging Epic 4G rom reviews here)
asked me to root her phone due to the horrendous battery issues the Samsung
diff --git a/posts/Scheduling_Jobs_in_Linux.adoc b/posts/Scheduling_Jobs_in_Linux.adoc
index 5dc6b58..a031b25 100644
--- a/posts/Scheduling_Jobs_in_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/Scheduling_Jobs_in_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux:Scheduling Jobs
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I was recently needing to schedule the reboot of a print server (Ubuntu), but
was unsure how. After looking around a bit, I can do all kinds of things with
diff --git a/posts/Screenshots_from_Command_Line.adoc b/posts/Screenshots_from_Command_Line.adoc
index fdb8512..41fe78b 100644
--- a/posts/Screenshots_from_Command_Line.adoc
+++ b/posts/Screenshots_from_Command_Line.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Screenshots from Command Line
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Today I was wanting to screenshot some work I had done on a vector image inside
of the window. Now, I have a pretty minimalistic install on my box. Due to this
diff --git a/posts/Searching_for_a_Command_in_Linux.adoc b/posts/Searching_for_a_Command_in_Linux.adoc
index 51bb6b8..84474e7 100644
--- a/posts/Searching_for_a_Command_in_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/Searching_for_a_Command_in_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Searching from Command Line in Linux
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
For those of us learning command line for the first time, it can be a pretty
intimidating thing. A terminal in the hands of a person with a black belt in
diff --git a/posts/Securing_a_Postfix_Smtp_Server.adoc b/posts/Securing_a_Postfix_Smtp_Server.adoc
index 79f20f5..ad7fb89 100644
--- a/posts/Securing_a_Postfix_Smtp_Server.adoc
+++ b/posts/Securing_a_Postfix_Smtp_Server.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Securing a Postfix Smtp Server
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I must start this post with the acknowledgement that I know only what I've
experienced on this topic.
diff --git a/posts/Server_Administration:Firewalls.adoc b/posts/Server_Administration:Firewalls.adoc
index 9c7450f..fb7311c 100644
--- a/posts/Server_Administration:Firewalls.adoc
+++ b/posts/Server_Administration:Firewalls.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Server Administration:Firewalls
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello again all, The majority of the servers that I manage have to communicate
with many other servers I manage for various reasons. Inevitably, I have many
diff --git a/posts/Startup_Sounds_with_SLiM.adoc b/posts/Startup_Sounds_with_SLiM.adoc
index de65a2f..f96e4c2 100644
--- a/posts/Startup_Sounds_with_SLiM.adoc
+++ b/posts/Startup_Sounds_with_SLiM.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Startup Sounds with SLiM
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
For a pretty long time I've been running Xfce for my desktop and SLiM as my
login manager to save on boot time. This weekend though, I decided that a
diff --git a/posts/Streaming_Audio_Over_SSH.adoc b/posts/Streaming_Audio_Over_SSH.adoc
index aab6d05..da9a0e8 100644
--- a/posts/Streaming_Audio_Over_SSH.adoc
+++ b/posts/Streaming_Audio_Over_SSH.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Streaming Audio Over SSH
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
At home, I have a server/desktop running nearly 24/7
(https://archlinux.org[Arch Linux] if anyone is wondering). I use this server
diff --git a/posts/Synchronizing_Playlists_with_a_Sansa_Fuze_and_Media_Monkey.adoc b/posts/Synchronizing_Playlists_with_a_Sansa_Fuze_and_Media_Monkey.adoc
index cde9853..7cfde87 100644
--- a/posts/Synchronizing_Playlists_with_a_Sansa_Fuze_and_Media_Monkey.adoc
+++ b/posts/Synchronizing_Playlists_with_a_Sansa_Fuze_and_Media_Monkey.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Synchronizing Playlists with a Sansa Fuze and Media Monkey
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
My fiance has a Sansa Fuze. It works well for her most of the time, except when
she wants to synchronize her playlists with it. She also uses
diff --git a/posts/Sysprepping_Server_2008.adoc b/posts/Sysprepping_Server_2008.adoc
index 0d3ac4f..1b26b59 100644
--- a/posts/Sysprepping_Server_2008.adoc
+++ b/posts/Sysprepping_Server_2008.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Sysprepping Server 2008
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello all,
diff --git a/posts/TFS_2008:Permissions_for_Creating_Team_Projects.adoc b/posts/TFS_2008:Permissions_for_Creating_Team_Projects.adoc
index 49f4c42..15036c9 100644
--- a/posts/TFS_2008:Permissions_for_Creating_Team_Projects.adoc
+++ b/posts/TFS_2008:Permissions_for_Creating_Team_Projects.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ TFS 2008:Permissions for Creating Team Projects
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently finished my Team Foundation build and am quite pleased with it. With
Team Foundation Server being new to me, I ran into a few issues with
diff --git a/posts/Team_Foundation_Server_2010_Beta_1_Configuration.adoc b/posts/Team_Foundation_Server_2010_Beta_1_Configuration.adoc
index a3daf61..26dd878 100644
--- a/posts/Team_Foundation_Server_2010_Beta_1_Configuration.adoc
+++ b/posts/Team_Foundation_Server_2010_Beta_1_Configuration.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Team Foundation Server 2010 Beta 1 Configuration
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
After finishing my last post on the installation of Team Foundation Server 2010
Beta 1, I closed down for the day and went home (now now, no judging...that was
diff --git a/posts/Team_Password_Management.adoc b/posts/Team_Password_Management.adoc
index b48fb36..9997741 100644
--- a/posts/Team_Password_Management.adoc
+++ b/posts/Team_Password_Management.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Team Password Management
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
A while back I started looking for alternate means to manage my passwords,
specifically because I started playing more with pgp encryption. I thought it'd
diff --git a/posts/Theming_Gnome-Shell_Intro.adoc b/posts/Theming_Gnome-Shell_Intro.adoc
index e09a87c..f5a286f 100644
--- a/posts/Theming_Gnome-Shell_Intro.adoc
+++ b/posts/Theming_Gnome-Shell_Intro.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Theming Gnome Shell:Intro
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
For the last several months, I've been running gnome-shell full time. For
those of you who don't know what this is, it is version 3 of Gnome, one of the
diff --git a/posts/Transferring_Files_from_Windows_to_Linux.adoc b/posts/Transferring_Files_from_Windows_to_Linux.adoc
index 4dee122..794dca0 100644
--- a/posts/Transferring_Files_from_Windows_to_Linux.adoc
+++ b/posts/Transferring_Files_from_Windows_to_Linux.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Transferring Files from Windows to Linux
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently ran into an interesting situation. I needed to transfer some files
to two soon-to-be Linux web servers. These servers however, could not be
diff --git a/posts/Ubuntu_-_Installing_Sun_Java.adoc b/posts/Ubuntu_-_Installing_Sun_Java.adoc
index dcad72a..0888577 100644
--- a/posts/Ubuntu_-_Installing_Sun_Java.adoc
+++ b/posts/Ubuntu_-_Installing_Sun_Java.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Ubuntu:Installing Sun Java
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
*Note to self:*
diff --git a/posts/Ubuntu_Bridging_Network_Interfaces.adoc b/posts/Ubuntu_Bridging_Network_Interfaces.adoc
index 94ec3a5..2b5d2e7 100644
--- a/posts/Ubuntu_Bridging_Network_Interfaces.adoc
+++ b/posts/Ubuntu_Bridging_Network_Interfaces.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Ubuntu:Bridging Network Interfaces
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have recently been struggling with configuring an Ubuntu server to allow
bridging network interfaces. I had one working long ago on another test
diff --git a/posts/Ubuntu_Reinstall.adoc b/posts/Ubuntu_Reinstall.adoc
index de4b883..57158dc 100644
--- a/posts/Ubuntu_Reinstall.adoc
+++ b/posts/Ubuntu_Reinstall.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Ubuntu Reinstall
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hello all,
diff --git a/posts/Upgrading_TFS_2008_Workgroup_to_TFS_2008_Standard.adoc b/posts/Upgrading_TFS_2008_Workgroup_to_TFS_2008_Standard.adoc
index 3edd743..f60c31d 100644
--- a/posts/Upgrading_TFS_2008_Workgroup_to_TFS_2008_Standard.adoc
+++ b/posts/Upgrading_TFS_2008_Workgroup_to_TFS_2008_Standard.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Upgrading TFS 2008 Workgroup to TFS 2008 Standard
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
About a month ago I was assigned the task of learning how to build and maintain
a team foundation server. To avoid the costs of purchasing licenses for a
diff --git a/posts/Using_SpiderOak_with_Qt_4.7.2.adoc b/posts/Using_SpiderOak_with_Qt_4.7.2.adoc
index 1dde898..782bf8c 100644
--- a/posts/Using_SpiderOak_with_Qt_4.7.2.adoc
+++ b/posts/Using_SpiderOak_with_Qt_4.7.2.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Using SpiderOak with Qt 4.7.2
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently updated my KDE version to 4.6, a revolutionary update if I say so
myself. Suddenly version 4 of KDE is awesome.
diff --git a/posts/Vim:Frequently_Used_Bits_and_Doodads.adoc b/posts/Vim:Frequently_Used_Bits_and_Doodads.adoc
index f4b4b4e..e3e8b43 100644
--- a/posts/Vim:Frequently_Used_Bits_and_Doodads.adoc
+++ b/posts/Vim:Frequently_Used_Bits_and_Doodads.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Vim:Frequently Used Bits and Doodads
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have a friend (yes, you Zeke) who is considering changing from a graphical
editor to a CLI editor, namely vim, for his web developement. His primary
diff --git a/posts/When_Innovation_is_Appropriate.adoc b/posts/When_Innovation_is_Appropriate.adoc
index f24fbf5..8831d8e 100644
--- a/posts/When_Innovation_is_Appropriate.adoc
+++ b/posts/When_Innovation_is_Appropriate.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ When Innovation is Appropriate
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I have recently found myself very burned out on IT. Don't get me wrong, I love
doing anything related to building systems of any kind. I love to design
diff --git a/posts/Whitelist_MediaWiki_Namespaces_with_$wgWhitelistRead.adoc b/posts/Whitelist_MediaWiki_Namespaces_with_$wgWhitelistRead.adoc
index 1bd597d..4894535 100644
--- a/posts/Whitelist_MediaWiki_Namespaces_with_$wgWhitelistRead.adoc
+++ b/posts/Whitelist_MediaWiki_Namespaces_with_$wgWhitelistRead.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Whitelist MediaWiki Namespaces with $wgWhitelistRead
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
MediaWiki is designed for the most part to be an open document repository. In
most setups (presumably), everyone can read and only registered users can edit.
diff --git a/posts/XMPP_Error:_404:_Remote_Server_Not_Found.adoc b/posts/XMPP_Error:_404:_Remote_Server_Not_Found.adoc
index f5ffff5..ec170b4 100644
--- a/posts/XMPP_Error:_404:_Remote_Server_Not_Found.adoc
+++ b/posts/XMPP_Error:_404:_Remote_Server_Not_Found.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ XMPP Error: 404: Remote Server Not Found
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently moved myself away from yet another Google service (nothing against
you Google I just like having control over my stuff) and am now running my own
diff --git a/posts/Xfce_4.10_Pre_2_Review.adoc b/posts/Xfce_4.10_Pre_2_Review.adoc
index fc47224..9f776f7 100644
--- a/posts/Xfce_4.10_Pre_2_Review.adoc
+++ b/posts/Xfce_4.10_Pre_2_Review.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Xfce 4.10 Pre 2 Review
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Four days ago on April 14, 2012, http://xfce.org[Xfce] 4.10 pre 2
http://xfce.org/about/news/?post=1334361600[was released]. It's been a while
diff --git a/posts/Xkcd:1110.adoc b/posts/Xkcd:1110.adoc
index 83f8d9a..9784758 100644
--- a/posts/Xkcd:1110.adoc
+++ b/posts/Xkcd:1110.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Xkcd:1110
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I really like the webcomic http://xkcd.com[xkcd]. Its author, Randall, is
hilarious. If you don't read this comic, you definitely should.
diff --git a/posts/about.adoc b/posts/about.adoc
index d7ffe3f..c1aceda 100644
--- a/posts/about.adoc
+++ b/posts/about.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ About
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
link:https://oper.io/[Oper.io] is my attempt at contributing back to the
world's largest knowledgebase in history: the internet. Here I document my
diff --git a/posts/bash_mock_objects_commands.adoc b/posts/bash_mock_objects_commands.adoc
index 814f569..a18a161 100644
--- a/posts/bash_mock_objects_commands.adoc
+++ b/posts/bash_mock_objects_commands.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Bash:Mock Objects/Commands
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
:revdate: May 08, 2017
-== {doctitle}
Bash is be a surprisingly versatile language. For example, I have been writing
tests for my Bash library code. This is quite useful and is fairly simple,
diff --git a/posts/benchmark:pny_micro_sleek_16gb.adoc b/posts/benchmark:pny_micro_sleek_16gb.adoc
index c1f5006..c989a6c 100644
--- a/posts/benchmark:pny_micro_sleek_16gb.adoc
+++ b/posts/benchmark:pny_micro_sleek_16gb.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Benchmarks:PNY Micro Sleek 16GB
:revdate: July 13, 2017
-== {doctitle}
I bought a pair of USB2 PNY Micro Sleek USB sticks from my local tech shop
today. I did quite a bit of research before purchasing them.
diff --git a/posts/benchmark:seagate-backup-slim-plus-1tb.adoc b/posts/benchmark:seagate-backup-slim-plus-1tb.adoc
index 7b00d80..256076b 100644
--- a/posts/benchmark:seagate-backup-slim-plus-1tb.adoc
+++ b/posts/benchmark:seagate-backup-slim-plus-1tb.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Benchmark:Seagate Backup Plus Slim 1TB
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
Sadly, my HGST Touro drive is giving out. The drive itself is fine, it's the
USB connector that seems to be going bad. To avoid a difficult data recovery
diff --git a/posts/case_insensitive_matching_in_c.adoc b/posts/case_insensitive_matching_in_c.adoc
index 5009eca..a2d7e1c 100644
--- a/posts/case_insensitive_matching_in_c.adoc
+++ b/posts/case_insensitive_matching_in_c.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Case Insensitive Matching in C++
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I had this epiphany yesterday while working on my new command line
https://oper.io/src/nullspoon/noteless.git[note-taking project] and I wanted to
diff --git a/posts/checking-dnsbl-lists.adoc b/posts/checking-dnsbl-lists.adoc
index f6aac27..0d922d7 100644
--- a/posts/checking-dnsbl-lists.adoc
+++ b/posts/checking-dnsbl-lists.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Checking DNSBL Lists
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
Before we get started here, if you are already aware what a DNSBL is, yes, I
know that my post title is redundant; a little like ATM machine. :)
diff --git a/posts/cool_fun_and_mostly_useless_things_to_do_with_linux-v2.adoc b/posts/cool_fun_and_mostly_useless_things_to_do_with_linux-v2.adoc
index c078138..7d4d63b 100644
--- a/posts/cool_fun_and_mostly_useless_things_to_do_with_linux-v2.adoc
+++ b/posts/cool_fun_and_mostly_useless_things_to_do_with_linux-v2.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Cool, Fun, and Mostly Useless Things to do with Linux, V2
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
It's been almost exactly two and a half years since I wrote my first
post,"link:?p=Cool,_Fun,_and_Mostly_Useless_Things_to_do_with_Linux[Cool, Fun,
diff --git a/posts/crux_linux:faster_builds.adoc b/posts/crux_linux:faster_builds.adoc
index acd6825..5e91867 100644
--- a/posts/crux_linux:faster_builds.adoc
+++ b/posts/crux_linux:faster_builds.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Crux Linux:Faster Builds
:revdate: January 31, 2016
-== {doctitle}
I recently started using https://crux.nu[Crux Linux] as my main operating
system, moving away from Gentoo (no hard feelings folks).
diff --git a/posts/gentoo:converting_portage_to_git.adoc b/posts/gentoo:converting_portage_to_git.adoc
index 75b51c1..c66ee45 100644
--- a/posts/gentoo:converting_portage_to_git.adoc
+++ b/posts/gentoo:converting_portage_to_git.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Gentoo:Converting Portage to Git
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
:revdate: November 1, 2015
-== {doctitle}
I started using source-based distros about three weeks ago. I read up on the
two big ones I was interested in, Gentoo and Funtoo, and decided to go with
diff --git a/posts/gentoo:kernel_cleanup.adoc b/posts/gentoo:kernel_cleanup.adoc
index 4a3e73b..178d2f6 100644
--- a/posts/gentoo:kernel_cleanup.adoc
+++ b/posts/gentoo:kernel_cleanup.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Gentoo:Kernel Cleanup
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
:revdate: October 30, 2015
-== {doctitle}
Gentoo is a source-based Linux distribution. Moreover it's aimed at more
advanced users with the intent of not forcing anything on them, as much as is
diff --git a/posts/git:secure_automated_http_credentials.adoc b/posts/git:secure_automated_http_credentials.adoc
index 8397b9f..435c1f4 100644
--- a/posts/git:secure_automated_http_credentials.adoc
+++ b/posts/git:secure_automated_http_credentials.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ GIT:Secure Automated HTTP Credentials
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
:revdate: October 14, 2017
-== {doctitle}
At my employer, we're using link:https://git-scm.com/[Git] for a lot of
projects. Unfortunately, the team that set the server up thinks that ssh is far
diff --git a/posts/lets_get_started_again.adoc b/posts/lets_get_started_again.adoc
index d92e46b..a4f3458 100644
--- a/posts/lets_get_started_again.adoc
+++ b/posts/lets_get_started_again.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Let's Get Started... Again
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
Hi everyone, For those of you who don't know me, I'm the author of the
http://bitnode.net/category/musings-of-a-systems-admin/[Musings of a Systems
diff --git a/posts/linux:manual_restart_with_sysrq-trigger.adoc b/posts/linux:manual_restart_with_sysrq-trigger.adoc
index 29526bf..38a54eb 100644
--- a/posts/linux:manual_restart_with_sysrq-trigger.adoc
+++ b/posts/linux:manual_restart_with_sysrq-trigger.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Linux:Manual Restart with sysrq-trigger
:revdate: February 15, 2016
-== {doctitle}
A little over a week ago I decided it would be fun to try to write my own
multi-threaded init system in c. Without going into too much detail (I'll write
diff --git a/posts/linux:non-root-suspend.adoc b/posts/linux:non-root-suspend.adoc
index d8b9d9f..d994dba 100644
--- a/posts/linux:non-root-suspend.adoc
+++ b/posts/linux:non-root-suspend.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Linux:Non-root Suspend
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
Several years ago I switched to a significantly less user-friendly distro.
Since this distro did so little for the end user, I had to start learning how
diff --git a/posts/linux:secure_authentication.adoc b/posts/linux:secure_authentication.adoc
index 57b51d1..6115cf6 100644
--- a/posts/linux:secure_authentication.adoc
+++ b/posts/linux:secure_authentication.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Linux:Secure Authentication
:git: https://oper.io/src/nullspoon/
-== {doctitle}
**Edit**: I wrote the script for automating this finally. It can be found on my
link:{git}/keymanage.git[Git page].
diff --git a/posts/linux:updating_ssh_keys_across_an_environment.adoc b/posts/linux:updating_ssh_keys_across_an_environment.adoc
index 8f489a0..54a057f 100644
--- a/posts/linux:updating_ssh_keys_across_an_environment.adoc
+++ b/posts/linux:updating_ssh_keys_across_an_environment.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Updating SSH Keys Across an Environment
:revdate: February 15, 2016
-== {doctitle}
Most Linux environments with a sizeable number of servers generally use keys to
perform tasks from simple manual administration to gathering manifests, backing
diff --git a/posts/linux_desktop:password_management.adoc b/posts/linux_desktop:password_management.adoc
index 8c4bc5c..5453b95 100644
--- a/posts/linux_desktop:password_management.adoc
+++ b/posts/linux_desktop:password_management.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Linux Desktop:Password Management
:revdate: July 05, 2016
-== {doctitle}
I currently work in the world of 'devops', a hopelessly nebulous phrase that
has evolved to mean many different things throughout its short existence. In
diff --git a/posts/linux_development:detecting_stdout_escape_char_support.adoc b/posts/linux_development:detecting_stdout_escape_char_support.adoc
index 8b5b942..192eaab 100644
--- a/posts/linux_development:detecting_stdout_escape_char_support.adoc
+++ b/posts/linux_development:detecting_stdout_escape_char_support.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Linux Development:Detecting STDOUT Escape Char Support
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
:revdate: January 18, 2017
-== {doctitle}
If you've spent much time in the command line, especially if you script, you
will have noticed that some programs output colored output. This output, when
diff --git a/posts/perfect_server_debian_installation:pureftpd_wont_start.adoc b/posts/perfect_server_debian_installation:pureftpd_wont_start.adoc
index 47eaaa5..f8ce604 100644
--- a/posts/perfect_server_debian_installation:pureftpd_wont_start.adoc
+++ b/posts/perfect_server_debian_installation:pureftpd_wont_start.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Perfect Server Debian Installation - Pureftpd Won't Start
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
-== {doctitle}
I recently rebuilt the server hosting my website on a different vps host using
falko's "The Perfect Server Debian Lenny (Debian 5.0) With MyDNS &amp; Courier
diff --git a/posts/process:versioning_schemes.adoc b/posts/process:versioning_schemes.adoc
index 53b76e9..2a2cc1c 100644
--- a/posts/process:versioning_schemes.adoc
+++ b/posts/process:versioning_schemes.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ Process:Versioning Schemes
:email: nullspoon@iohq.net
:revdate: May 08, 2017
-== {doctitle}
I have been on the hunt for a while for a good versioning scheme that's
flexible enough to meet the needs of multiple teams, not be too complex, and
diff --git a/posts/understanding_the_bash_fork_bomb.adoc b/posts/understanding_the_bash_fork_bomb.adoc
index e4680c1..83b6481 100644
--- a/posts/understanding_the_bash_fork_bomb.adoc
+++ b/posts/understanding_the_bash_fork_bomb.adoc
@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ Understanding the Bash Fork Bomb
:revdate: November 12, 2015
-== {doctitle}
I suspect that most Linux users, new and old, have at some point seen the
stereotypical fork bomb, whether they knew what it was or not.
diff --git a/posts/what-your-server-os-says-about-you.adoc b/posts/what-your-server-os-says-about-you.adoc
index 03526ab..7d1ced5 100644
--- a/posts/what-your-server-os-says-about-you.adoc
+++ b/posts/what-your-server-os-says-about-you.adoc
@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@ What Your Server OS Says About You?
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
I've been interviewing a lot of people recently for a position on our team. One
of the questions we typically ask is...
diff --git a/posts/why-linux-is-hard.adoc b/posts/why-linux-is-hard.adoc
index 7c3087f..8851b38 100644
--- a/posts/why-linux-is-hard.adoc
+++ b/posts/why-linux-is-hard.adoc
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@ Why Linux is Hard
:author: Aaron Ball
:email: nullspoon@oper.io
-== {doctitle}
I have had several conversations with people recently who frustratedly asked me
the question, "Why is Linux so hard?". I have had this conversation enough that

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