After being worn down by noip.com confirmation emails, I switched to Google Domains since they include dynamic DNS support with a domain purchase. Google DDNS was easy to set up on my ASUS RT-AC68U with its built-in support. However recently my router was mistakenly bringing down my connection due to DHCP issues so I immediately switched to dd-wrt. Everything about dd-wrt is great... except it has no built-in support for Dynamic DNS over HTTPS/SSL which Google Domains requires!
I run Arch Linux on all of my computers (except the tragedy of the 12" Macbook) so using Windows on my Surface 3 created issues. Mostly, it was hard to view and edit OneNote files across my devices. I wanted to use Xournal, an open-source note-taking app, which runs natively on GNU/Linux.
Here are the steps I followed to get Arch up and running:
Unstructured text is hard to process and understand in large amounts. Typically this section of the data set is passed over in favor quantitative questions like "Rate your service on a scale from 1 to 5." Let's see if the world-famous deep networks can come to the rescue.