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Offline KrunchTime

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Cool Random Internet Stuff
« on: 2016/06/29, 09:56:54 »
Similar thread started in Crunchbang and BunsenLabs forums, so I thought I'd start one here.  Here's my first contribution to the thread:


www.thevanual.com

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #1 on: 2016/07/10, 20:02:00 »
I've been over at Bruno's All Thing's Linux on Scott's Newsletter for a while. There's a similar thread there too.
Anyhow, here's something I came across a while ago...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-jI0zzYgIE

                        Enjoy,
                              Archie 8)

Offline dibl

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #2 on: 2016/07/10, 23:28:07 »
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Anyhow, here's something I came across a while ago...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-jI0zzYgIE

                        Enjoy,
                              Archie 8)


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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #3 on: 2016/07/14, 18:47:00 »
This is only semi- on topic, at best, but I found it a humorous comment on our friends at MS:


http://arstechnica.co.uk/security/2016/07/windows-printer-malware-bug/



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Offline KrunchTime

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #4 on: 2016/08/16, 07:11:11 »
Customized Moleskine planner:

http://web.archive.org/web/20090429083440/http://aks-research.blogspot.com/2007/08/diary-moleskine-hack.html

Warning:  Do not go to the above site in Qupzilla v1.8.9.  It will crash your system and bring you to the login prompt.  Appears Qupzilla can't/doesn't want to handle the javascript errors that show in other browsers in a separate window.

For those of you in Germany or other EU countries, I've recently discovered that there is a competitor to Moleskine called Leuchtturm1917.  It's supposed to be better based on one brief review that I recently read.  I do know that the Leuchtturm1917 is offered in more cover colors and the pages have pre-printed numbers.

https://www.leuchtturm1917.com


Update:  Took a closer look at the Leuchtturm1917.  I use notebooks with squared/graph lines for the above hack.  The Leuchtturms take away space at the top of each page to allow for a date entry and also takes away space at the bottom of each page for the page number.  I think I'll stick to the Moleskine notebook.
« Last Edit: 2016/08/18, 05:42:27 by KrunchTime »

Offline ralul

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #5 on: 2016/08/21, 15:49:10 »
What was new to me:
Powershell for Linux and Bash for Windows10

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/powershell-is-open-sourced-and-is-available-on-linux/?cdn=disable
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You’ve heard Satya Nadella say “Microsoft loves Linux” and that’s never been more true than now. Nearly one in three VMs on Azure are Linux. Nearly 60 percent of third-party IaaS offers in the Azure Marketplace are open source software (OSS). We have forged strong industry partners to extend choice to our customers. We’ve announced SQL Server on Linux, as well as open sourced .NET. We added Bash to Windows 10 to make it a great platform for developing OSS. And, we’re active contributors and participants to numerous open source projects (e.g. OpenSSH, FreeBSD, Mesos, Docker, Linux and many more) across the industry.

How fundamental and long term is for sure questionable in regard of Ms history ... I don't want to begin a big discussion about that.
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Offline KrunchTime

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #6 on: 2016/09/25, 00:46:37 »
For a good, hearty laugh...


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Offline KrunchTime

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #8 on: 2016/11/30, 10:49:28 »
Got this from someone over on the Bunsen Labs forums.


Masterminds of Programming: Conversations with the Creators of Major Programming Languages
https://archive.org/details/MastermindsOfProgramming


Offline KrunchTime

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #10 on: 2016/12/25, 04:20:43 »
Nice writeup on using the command line calendar and date functions in Linux.


https://opensource.com/article/16/12/using-calendar-function-linux

Offline KrunchTime

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #11 on: 2016/12/29, 03:18:18 »
Got this from the BunsenLabs forums:

Unix as an IDE

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #12 on: 2016/12/31, 18:54:46 »
If nothing else - he above Mr. Ryder, author of  the "UNIX as IDE" has made a textbook example of a well crafted epub. 

https://github.com/mrzool/unix-as-ide/blob/master/unix-as-ide.epub     ## .mobi can be had  up one directory.

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #13 on: 2017/01/01, 05:11:03 »
^ Thank you!

Offline KrunchTime

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Re: Cool Random Internet Stuff
« Reply #14 on: 2017/01/16, 02:43:42 »
Watch U.S. F/A-18 Hornets Unleash Swarm of Mini-Drones in First Test

Note the eerie sound of the drones in flight near the end of the video.

The next one is from user Head-on-a-Stick over in the Bunsen Labs forums:

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