In these days of high unemployment and fewer “on location” jobs, everyone wants to find something that they can do from home.
Bad at remembering numbers? Yep. That’s because you’re human. Don’t take it personally.
recordmydesktop is a great command-line tool for recording your desktop for screencasts.
Here are some useful imagemagick commands for my own reference. I hope you may find them helpful.
I recently switched from the bash shell to fish. The reason is that both Kali Linux and Apple’s OS X are forcing a switch from bash to zsh.
For my own reference, here’s a script. Use at your own risk, if at all.
If, like me, you still play the original NES game “Contra,” here’s a handy reference to the Genie codes.
This is mostly for my own reference, but if you generally know what you’re doing when it comes to deploying a website and just want the bare minimum Hugo knowledge to put up a blog, here it is.
If you’re a bash user, you probably still aren’t aware of this little trick.