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Bitreich Firework Service Online: gopher://bitreich.org/0/usr/20h/phlog/2022-12-27T20-15-32-949988.md (ssh firstname.lastname@example.org)
Huge Tails update. Better persistent storage, Wayland, QR codes for bridges: https://tails.boum.org/news/version_5.8/index.en.html
This is blowing my mind. Real-time music generation with Stable Diffusion: https://www.riffusion.com/
I'd really like to play with ChatGPT, but there's no way I'm giving them my phone number.
I now have an archive of over 1,000,000 Git commits across 154 repositories with my archival script.
Playing around with cmus tonight. My music library has so much bad metadata, it's not even funny.
A special build of cURL that can impersonate Chrome and Firefox: https://github.com/lwthiker/curl-impersonate
In the end, we all do what we must.
I started a notes section of my website. It's for shorter, less formal posts. https://mckinley.cc/notes/20221101-yet-another-blog.html
An NES emulator in <5000 bytes of C++: https://github.com/binji/smolnes
The future is now. Solitaire over Gopher: gopher://worldofsolitaire.com/
I really need an automatic Git mirroring setup. I've been burned too many times. At least this one is (allegedly) temporary.
Wikiless, a self-hosted Wikipedia proxy, has been temporarily taken down from Codeberg at request of Wikimedia Legal: https://orenom.fi/
Wayland tech tip #3: Be sure to install warpd-wayland-git instead of warpd-git from the AUR, otherwise you're gonna have a bad time.
Been playing around with Warpd. I could see myself using it much more if I used multiple displays or had no TrackPoint.
Warpd, a modal keyboard-driven virtual pointer: https://github.com/rvaiya/warpd
Kloak, a Keystroke-Level Online Anonymization Kernel: https://github.com/Whonix/kloak
Correspondence on the Etymology of Wiki: http://c2.com/doc/etymology.html
The Gopher Times Opus 6 has released: gopher://bitreich.org/0/tgtimes/archive/2022-10-10/tgtimes-2022-10-10-opus6.txt
Added a section to my XSLT stylesheet explaining what Atom is. That was the point of making it, but I got carried away with date conversion.
TIL about the non-breaking hyphen: ‑ (U+2011)
I have a new Atom feed at https://mckinley.cc/blog/atom.xml. Open it in a Web browser for a surprise. :)
The 21st night of September?
You don't want to be on Cloudflare's naughty list: https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/cloudflare-ip-blockade.html
Tabloid: The clickbait headline programming language: https://tabloid.vercel.app/
I also found some bad markup in the twtxt archive that's been there for over a year. Hopefully that section won't be handwritten for long :)
Handwritten HTML strikes again! Since June this year, I've been truncating the name of the month to the 1st 3 characters in my twtxt archive
Here's the bug report, it's very entertaining. Tony Marston is my favorite character. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=98168
A 21 year old bug in Firefox just wasted half an hour of my life.