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10/18/2014 22:56:54

p5art:

So I finally gave that introductory creative coding workshop. For what it’s worth, here’s the PowerPoint presentation (190 MB! because of videos) I made to show people what creative coding is about. I tried to represent the whole spectrum (as far as I’m aware of it). Sorry for those of you doing really cool stuff that I forgot to include …… 

p5art:

So I finally gave that introductory creative coding workshop. For what it’s worth, here’s the PowerPoint presentation (190 MB! because of videos) I made to show people what creative coding is about. I tried to represent the whole spectrum (as far as I’m aware of it). Sorry for those of you doing really cool stuff that I forgot to include …… 

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10/17/2014 06:42:38

Dmenu-extended

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10/14/2014 14:33:59

Conkeror

Conkeror is a keyboard-oriented, highly-customizable, highly-extensible web browser based on Mozilla XULRunner, written mainly in JavaScript, and inspired by exceptional software such as Emacs and vi. Conkeror features a sophisticated keyboard system, allowing users to run commands and interact with content in powerful and novel ways.

(Source: onethingwell)

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10/11/2014 01:34:57

lariza

onethingwell:

A simple web browser using GTK+ 2, GLib and WebKitGTK+.

Features:

  • A WebKit viewport
  • An input box to change the URI or to search the current page
  • Built-in launching of suckless’ tabbed
  • Built-in adblock
  • Built-in download manager

 See also

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10/09/2014 19:58:30

twilc

twilc is a CLI(command line) twitter client based on NCurses Library.

view tweets with mentions, search strings and urls highlighted

(Source: onethingwell, via mcx)

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10/08/2014 07:30:31

Geeknote

Are you a geek? Do you like Evernote? Geeknote - is for you!
Geeknote is an opensource Evernote console client for Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X. Use it for system administration needs, creating notes, notebooks, sync your local directories with Evernote notebooks.

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10/08/2014 02:07:10

Terminal Color Scheme Designer

onethingwell:

A web app to help you design a colour theme for your terminal, with support for Xresources, Termite and iTerm 2.

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09/25/2014 06:56:08

deer

deer is a file navigator for zsh heavily inspired by ranger.

Pros:

  • launches much faster
  • retains the terminal contents and only uses a small part of the terminal

Cons:

  • offers only a small subset of ranger’s features
  • needs zsh

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09/22/2014 20:44:22

lazy-utils

lazy-utils is a permissively-licensed set of system tools that complement toybox.

It provides lighweight, independent implementations of init and standard daemons, suitable for use in lighweight distributions.

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09/22/2014 20:41:22

asp

asp is a tool to manage the build source files used to create Arch Linux packages. It attempts to replace the abs tool, offering more up to date sources (via the svntogit repositories) and uses a sparse checkout model to conserve diskspace.

(Source: onethingwell)

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09/03/2014 20:53:42

littlecactus:

booklover206:

#steampunkchat on Twitter as viewed through the GNU/Linux Command Line apps Irssi & Twirssi.
I just like the look, feel, and spare utility of these command line applications.

Me too! Though I quit using Twirssi after it got really heavy in use for some reason (made irssi in general slow). For µ-blogging I use identicurse (only for identi.ca) these days.

littlecactus:

booklover206:

#steampunkchat on Twitter as viewed through the GNU/Linux Command Line apps Irssi & Twirssi.

I just like the look, feel, and spare utility of these command line applications.

Me too! Though I quit using Twirssi after it got really heavy in use for some reason (made irssi in general slow). For µ-blogging I use identicurse (only for identi.ca) these days.

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09/03/2014 20:49:30

BSD for Linux Users

onethingwell:

A great overview.

I’ve been drifting in a BSDwards direction for a while now—Arch Linux is decidedly BSD-like in its init system and ABS, I have an OpenBSD shell account with devio.us—without actually taking the plunge.

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09/03/2014 20:49:02

German

peternator:

<sdmkun> tar -xzf merc.tgz what the fuck
<sdmkun> how the fuck do you people remember this shit
<bucketmouse> just think with a german accent
<bucketmouse> XTRACT ZE FILES

(Source: qdb.us)

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09/03/2014 20:46:11

"The term computation itself comes from the Latin computare, com-‘together’ and putare ‘to reckon, to think or to section to compare the pieces’. To compute, then, is ‘to count, or to calculate’. For computer scientists, computation (or information processing) is a field of research that investigates what can and what cannot be calculated. Closely allied with this is a certain comportment towards the world maintained through computational skills and techniques."

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Berry, David M. The Philosophy of Software: Code and Mediation in the Digital Age. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

via carvalhais

(via purestform)

(via sojamo)

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09/03/2014 20:45:33

Four Word Passwords

onethingwell:

This xkcd cartoon makes a convincing case for using passwords made up of four, easy-to-remember dictionary words instead of hard-to-remember gubbins like &p4$$w0Rd1!.

Here’s how to generate a quick four-worder from the command line:

shuf -n4 /usr/share/dict/words | tr -d '\n'

Source: Command Line Fu

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