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Idea: Auto-tweeting your blog archive - Matt Maldre
Maybe it's possible to tweet your blog archives with Google Sheets. Here’s a tutorial from 2015—hopefully it still works.
http://kylefinley.net/schedule-tweets-with-images-from-google-sheets
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
yesterday by mattmaldre
DIY cloud backup: Replacing CrashPlan Home Family DIY style - Intermittent Technology
Crashplan Home Family is ending and we need a replacement with the same great functions. I explain how to build it yourself!
_Home_Lab  backup  `Intermit.Tech  blogpost  ~PRIORITY  ~_2 
yesterday by iGV
The Ramblings of a Chicagoan: Audio Journaling During COVID-19
Nice idea!

As I've been doing a family diary has been very productive, I'm thinking of doing the Morning Pages, a la Julia Cameron. I don't know anything about Morning Pages other than you are supposed to hand write something completely free from every morning. I think it's three pages? I'm thinking I would just type stuff. Anything at all.

If something comes from it that is worth copying into the family diary. I'll copy it into there. If anything comes from it that I want to blog, then I'll copy it into my blog.

Maybe you'll find your recordings about this covid-19 era will be used elsewhere too!
commented  blogpost  ramblingsofachicagoan 
2 days ago by mattmaldre
How to Install Adobe Acrobat Reader on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Linux - LinuxConfig.org
The objective is to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Linux.

Please note that Adobe no longer supports Acrobat Reader for Linux. The latest native Linux version is 9.5.5 dated from 26/04/2013. From this reason you should refrain using/installing Adobe Acrobat Reader if possible to avoid potential vulnerabilities and hacker exploits.
adobe  reader  fileformats  software  linux  debian  ubuntu  ubuntu.bionic  mint  howto  installation  tips  example  sysadmin  cli  blogpost  2018  x86  amd64 
2 days ago by ezequiel
Canon PowerShot S110 from 2001 had some decent specs - Spudart
it was always wonderful having meetings in that room. Often the window blinds were drawn down, blocking the view. I would always rise up the blinds. Let that view shine!
commented  blogpost  spudart 
3 days ago by mattmaldre
I can see your seams! | The Pararchive Project
The blog post I wrote for Parachive about Ev Williams, and mental models and whether we should build an upload service as part of Yarn (we shouldn't).
parachive  blogpost  writing  mine 
3 days ago by ghijklmno
Building a 100TB 10Gbit Home Server Lessons Blogpost - Intermittent Technology
Building a new home server from scratch using "old" desktop components. Using Proxmox and ZFS providing all details including hardware layout and how-to.
_Home_Lab  #Proxmox  server  `Intermit.Tech  ~PRIORITY  ~_1  blogpost 
5 days ago by iGV
Imagination Captured – Rebecca Rose Thering
This is wonderful! Please continue to share more little snippets like this!
commented  blogpost  rebeccarosethering 
9 days ago by mattmaldre
Mary Beth J. Bellon: Day 15
I love this little guy! The color. The look on his face.
commented  blogpost  marybethjbellon 
9 days ago by mattmaldre
Bits of tid that make life interesting – L.T. Hanlon
I love how the typewriter cleaner letter to the customer is actually typed out. And I didn't know you could clean the strikers with fabric.

It would be funny to bring that typewriter to that New Jersey Bell building, and say "anyone recognize this?!" Maybe they have a couple more of that model laying around. Actually... back in the day, did people have to purchase their own typewriter? Or did companies supply the typewriter?
commented  blogpost  lthanlon 
9 days ago by mattmaldre
How to Migrate Your Google Account to a New One
Whether you’ve outgrown your college era email address and you want a professional one, or you want to change your firstname.maiden account to firstname.marriedname one, we’ve got you covered with a start-to-finish Google migration guide.
google  privacy  cloudcomputing  backup  remote  howto  guide  blogpost  2017 
13 days ago by ezequiel
How Archive.org items are structured | Internet Archive Blogs
An item is a logical “thing” that we present on one web page on archive.org. An item may be one video file along with scans of the DVD cover, one book, one audio file, or a set of audio files that represent a CD , etc.

How do you know whether your files should be in one item or separate items? You get one metadata file per item. If the same metadata describes ALL of the files (like a CD), then that’s one item. If the files are too different to have the same metadata (title, creator, description, etc.), they should be in different items.
blogpost  2011  article  cli  tool  internet  archived.version  documentation  reference  example  downloads  tips  backup 
14 days ago by ezequiel
Have you ever accidentally used your town's website to search for a book instead of your local library website? - Matt Maldre
And I'm certain that I have a positive spin on death, because I know that God has defeated death. And those that believe will continue to live.
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
19 days ago by mattmaldre

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