Web developer and Studio Lead at Deloitte Digital in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Opening the man page for tail seems very vestigial
Had a great weekend with my little family. I'm absolutely exhausted.
If you ever feel like buying me a present, the Leuchtturm Notebooks are a good idea!
The price seems rising every time I open their website; currently it is set at €17,50.
Love it that when you really want to quit Lynx, (yes, the text-only browser), you type capital Q and if you type a small q, then it will ask for confirmation, like if you didn't mean it or something.
Even though I enjoy some of other people’s posts on twitter, browsing through my feed aimlessly is tiring and numbing as the topics of the tweets are so wildly diversified, my brain is melting. And I basically can’t remember any of it any more after fifteen minutes.
Had a good time at the company Christmas party last night. Great to see colleagues again who are at customer locations most of the time. And the food was good!
Overal, the Nokia 8110 4g experience has been very disappointing. The software really is unfinished and now the SDcard slot seems to be broken. It's only good for placing and receiving calls. Nothing a €16 phone couldn't do as well.
Got a first version ready for my "open productivity" meets TaskWarrior idea;
Check it out: https://
I didn't focus on styling much. The goal for v1.0.0 was getting the data from my local TaskWarrior data on to my web host in a manageable manner.
Found a way to export #TaskWarrior "completed" tasks to a JSON object.
This command will create a JSON object for all tasks ended in the last week:
task end.after:today-1wk project:Plans export > ~/task-completed.json
Didn’t know a Yubikey could do that. Thanks for the tip.
Make sure to make a backup however!