Today I have made my first (tiny) steps to becoming a millionaire. I sold two unwanted CDs and a comic for a total of $6. It’s not really about the money though, it’s about becoming a better person. The simple fact is that I fit the “failure to launch” cliché almost perfectly. The only exception…
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I have moved all of my entertainment over to a new site: Logical Imagination.
I am currently postponing future posts until I figure out how to properly divide this blog up into more than one. I’m already trying to jam music reviews and shell scripts onto one site and I’m also working on original fiction, philosophy and other miscellaneous stuff. This then leads to the questions like should I…
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I’ve just found about VersionPress. It uses Git to give better control over writing draft versions of articles. I’ll investigate this more closely later to see if I can/should port the blog over to it.
For some reason spammers occasionally leave comments that don’t match what I have written.
A good example I got today is in response to my Recommended Software page:
You’re a real deep thkneir. Thanks for sharing.
For a moment I thought that I had somebody to talk to but nope, just a ‘bot leaving generic sentiments.
I’ve written a tool to examine readers browsing sessions on this site. There are some improvements that I want to make to it but it works for me.
I’m currently an article on how proprietary software practices are piggy-backing off of the success of GNU/Linux/Android. If you are interested read it here.
I’ve just added a page listing programs that I highly recommend here.
The Fedora projects blog has a good introduction to the i3 windowing manager here. I’m definitely going to try i3 later in the day and perhaps even try going back to Fedora as well.
I’m currently reading an article that explains in detail how the Signal/Slot architecture of Qt actually works: https://woboq.com/blog/how-qt-signals-slots-work.html