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, to me, is always about and with those you and for.“ — David Chang

Few things in remind me more about in the present and enjoying the heck out of every breath.

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Weekends are for refilling your mental and physical batteries... some duck breast with cherry chutney, orange pickled cucumber and self made tacos. I can die happily now. 🤤

@aral These bottles are mesmerizing to look at... Enjoy! And I would love to read your thoughts about the Jinhao pen! :)

Used some spare time today to further increase the usability of . Also tangled some pixels and created a banner / logo for it and added a demo gif to the repo's readme.

My Git-submodule-updating-script now allows you to select a specific submodule instead of using all per default. We are using it in production for a couple of months now and it saves us a few minutes every single day.

I just _had_ to test it before the visitors arrive. The pulled pork is hidden inside so well, this looks vegan, almost. 😅

Found out about shellcheck very recently. Handy CLI helper to analyze your (ba)sh scripts.

It's pretty awesome!

So, there's a way to import any Magic Deck into the Tabletop Simulator. :blobaww: 4 Player MTG here we go! Finally!

Managing Git submodules is monotonous and — more importantly — interruptive work. Managing your dependencies shouldn't keep you from being productive.

I was asked to publish my submodule update script. Hope it helps. Feedback always welcome.

I've been working with for more than a month now and I'm pretty happy with it.

I have three major problems though:

1. How do you configure your tab key to behave sanely (with evil- / org-mode)?

2. I love UltiSnips as a snippet-tool in Vim. I have not yet found a decent replacement for it.

3. I'm a terminal guy and love how well Vim interacts within it. Since emacs doesn't behave too well inside a terminal, is there a way to run my whole zsh / tmux within it? 🤓(The emacs shell ignored my .zshrc)

End of day #1 of GUI development for in Python. I'm still torn if I really want to go down this rabbit hole...

Ich ging soeben in den Aggregatzustand "hosenlos" über. :blobcat:

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Visual Studio Code, as most know it, is an example of non-free open-source software.

The downloads are released under the following license and not the one the source code is released under:

The source code is modified before being compiled and then released on the VSCode website. That's why it's licensed MIT and not GPLv3, otherwise this would not be legally viable.

See here:

Try VSCodium instead:

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Ich glaub, so eine Glyphosat Studie sollte jede*r in der Schublade haben. Dauert auch nur 30 Sekunden. :) Go!

iOS devices have been around for more than a decade now and I still cannot understand how people are able use them as their main productivity devices. Text selection is nothing but pain, typing sucks once your device is older than 3 years and the keyboard starts lagging und becomes unresponsive.

Calendar sync is broken since the MobileMe days when they forced pro users to manage multiple AppleIDs. It‘s only a question of time until my iPhone is thrown against a wall...

Gosh, do I hate modern and their lifestyle devices!

Woke up 50 minutes late because the alarm did not go off once again. I always have two alarms and none of them triggered. Almost missed a crucial deadline and had to write my daily mail on the iPhone on my way to the meeting:

Was about to send the mail, but wanted to attach a colleague in CC.Tabbed out of Mail, and accidentally tabbed her email address.Mail opens a new message and discards the old draft without asking or saving! WTF!?

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Firefox admits they will eventually be sending all of your DNS to Cloudflare. Cloudflare will monetize your internet browsing, no matter how much their PR people say they are.

If you want to disable that, go to "about:config", and set "network.trr.mode" to 5.

The values are: 0 - default off, 1 - race, 2 TRR first, 3 TRR only, 4 shadow, 5 off by choice

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