@KnowPresent @liaizon @malte @microresearch Nothing yet I'm afraid. Just a rough idea in my head of what I'd like to have.

Still very easy hack around on the command line days

Oh my god, this quote someone posted on Reddit, I'm not sure who said this but...

"I need privacy. Not because my actions are questionable, but because your judgement and intentions are."

@KnowPresent @liaizon @malte @microresearch I'm currently hacking away on a proof-of-concept for a desktop/local tool to generate similar videos aimed at screencasts.

@liaizon @malte @KnowPresent @microresearch I love the idea, and possibilities, of the original (SaaS) app, and would also love to do this in . I'm not sure those links do exactly what the original seems to do...

I'd like to improve the @rust @floss software I make. Lots of little projects sitting around that I could clean up & promote

@operand @wxcafe @piggo I think nearly all of the train companies in the UK are state owned. They're not owned by the UK state, but other states as part of their business investments!


@dgold @gcupc I found it fascinating as a slice of history when blogs were the main thing. You can date that book to about a 5 year gap in the mid aughts!

Vice dot com (a website that sends data back to Google, Facebook, and Segment, even if you don't have a Facebook account) reports that the Zoom iOS app sends data to Facebook even if you donโ€™t have a Facebook account

units(1) is another very useful command to convert units (e.g. bytes โ†’ gigabytes, kg โ†’ lb, etc). It can show you how long till a time. Great for international meets where you don't want to be confused by timezones.

units $(date +%s --date 'TZ="Europe/London" 2 April 2020 17:00')sec-$(date +%s)sec 'yr;mo;d;hr;min;s'

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You can use date(1) on the command line to convert from other timezones

date --date='TZ="Europe/London" 2 Apr 2020 17:00'

@Gina yeah, my employer bought laptops for us for working from home, so we don't have to rely on our own hardware.

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