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This is neat. It "harvests" email addresses from your emails in to a sqlite database so that you can autocomplete on anyone who has ever sent you a message. Or, ya know, just have that in a sqlite
Wow this is cool, someone printed a thing I uploaded to thingiverse a long time ago https://www.thingiverse.com/make:411815
It was the first thing I ever designed on a 3D printer, and it wasn't printable with the printers that existed then. I had to build five or six iterations of our printer designs before we had one that could print it when I worked at my first start up.
I should do more fiction reading. It's been so long since I have.
What channels do people subscribe to/regularly check on youtube?
technoalchemy, emacs Show more
http://sachachua.com/blog/2007/10/eshell-redirection/ I only basically ever use this for one thing, but it's super cool and generally neat: redirect the output of `curl` in to an emacs buffer without a temp file
Today I learned about `uniq -d` as a way to filter an output to *only* duplicates. This is useful.
PSA: YouTube RSS feeds Show more
I just learned: if you want to subscribe to a YouTube channel but you don't want to log into YouTube to do it, there actually is a supported way of doing it with RSS. Navigate to a link like this https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?channel_id=XXXXXXXXXXXXX (replace the X's with the ID of the channel you wish to follow). Also, you will get notified of EVERY upload this way, the way Cthulu intended.
it would be interesting to see how the evolutions diverge
Should I figure out how to port @email@example.com to mastodon? not as a mirror, but as its own instance with its own evolution?
the "cool" thing about not having coffee on the weekends is getting such a migraine Sunday night that you yartz.