Just random cozy things here from linked blogs, news articles, and archived anon posts.
Now, other than you, do you know somebody that also likes cool things? Well, look no further than here fren!
So it’s been a little while since I’ve made a blog post. It’s been a little too busy here on my side!
I’ve been working on my Outhouse project for the past two weeks. I only get the weekends to work on it though, so that’s why it’s taking awhile.
Anon’s on /g/ made a “get well” card for Richard M. Stallman who recently disclosed at a conference that he has cancer.
I've been wanting to write a post on my antiques and stuff for awhile, but just haven't been able to until now!
I’ve been very busy these past couple of weeks. So busy that I haven’t been able to focus much on the site here, so some things have stagnated a little.
Tech related news, dramma, gossip.
A highlight of random cool stuff, from hardware to software.
"explainshell is a tool (with a web interface) capable of parsing man pages, extracting options and explaining a given command-line by matching each argument to the relevant help text in the man page."
"GNUstep Desktop (GSDE) is modern Linux desktop environment that will give you NeXT/OpenStep-like user experience. It runs on top of amazing GNUstep framework and includes many wonderful apps and utilities that GNUstep community has developed over the years."
"A fork of MagicJinn's MrBeastify that uses Soyjaks instead of MrBeast images."
"The software is designed for anyone with some extra computers (even a Pi), to host their own search engine catering to whatever niche matters to them. The search engine includes a simple API for meta search engines to harness."
"Adds a button to the Chrome toolbar. When clicked, it sends the URL of the current tab to archive.today to preserve a snapshot of the page, and opens the result in a new tab."
"DeArrow is an open source browser extension for crowdsourcing better titles and thumbnails on YouTube. The goal is to make titles accurate and reduce sensationalism. No more arrows, ridiculous faces, and no more clickbait."