47 bookmarks

stuff me collect

2024-04-22

60.

Doomscroller

doomscroller.xyz

Doomscroller

59.

DIY-Gaming-Mouse

github.com/wareya/DIY-Gaming-Mouse

Completely open source DIY gaming mouse, including hardware (PCB, shell) design files - wareya/DIY-Gaming-Mouse

2024-04-20

58.

Why you need a "WTF Notebook"

www.simplermachines.com/why-you-need-a-wtf-notebook

WTF Notebook gives me a place to park the impulse to fix it now, damn it! until I have more context for deciding what to work on first. Instead, for two weeks, I just write things down.

2024-04-15

57.

О полезности contextvars

habr.com/ru/companies/domclick/articles/521702

2024-04-13

Reposted 56.

How I write tests in Go

blog.verygoodsoftwarenotvirus.ru/posts/testing-in-go

In many other languages, you have to not only evaluate testing libraries, but also write your tests in a style that complies with that library’s expectations. Gophers are blessed to have a thoroughly adequate solution out-of-the-box, and even further blessed to have an active ecosystem where folks are making in-depth testing a walk in the park.

2024-04-08

55.

Naming Schemes

namingschemes.com/Main_Page
54.

Why Don't I Like Git More?

matduggan.com/why-dont-i-like-git-more

Автор обсуждает использование git для управления проектами и проблемы с ним, а так же рассматривает альтернативы.

53.

Эффект Монреаля: почему языкам программирования нужен Царь стилей

habr.com/ru/companies/ruvds/articles/805235

2024-04-03

Reposted 52.

EditorConfig

editorconfig.org

EditorConfig helps maintain consistent coding styles for multiple developers working on the same project across various editors and IDEs. The EditorConfig project consists of a file format for defining coding styles and a collection of text editor plugins that enable editors to read the file format and adhere to defined styles. EditorConfig files are easily readable and they work nicely with version control systems.

2024-04-01

51.

NEVER TOO SMALL - Japanese Artist’s Unique Open Air Family Home

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i8WENruig0

Set in Tokyo’s Suginami-ku neighbourhood, home to many manga artists, Open Sky House is home to artists and architect Zajirogh, his wife, and their three children. Having always dreamed of living in a camper or a ship, Zaijrogh designed a large central open-air courtyard and covered it with a retractable sail-like sheet. The family uses the courtyard as a living room which is furnished with camping furniture that can get wet or be moved quickly if needed. A series of colourful walls line the courtyard, with precious items that need to stay dry kept behind a set of glass and steel sliding doors with another set connecting to the fully equipped L-shaped kitchen. The second story features space for the family to sleep, work and play and includes a 1sqm (small closet-sized) study that Zajirogh refers to as “his little sanctuary”. A door leading onto the balcony wraps around the open roof, this provides access to open and close the roof as well as an area for Zajirogh to paint freely without concern about mess.

Reposted 50.

buserror/libmui

github.com/buserror/libmui

Classic MacOS & GS/OS widget library for linux (and other?) - buserror/libmui

2024-03-28

Reposted 49.

Create a shared digital calendar with significant people in your life

practicalbetterments.com/create-a-shared-digital-calendar-with-significant-people-in-your-life

Instead of asking over and over again if she is working tomorrow. I just consult her very organised calendar — and when she wants to check if I'm free she looks at my very empty calendar.

2024-03-27

48.

Grep by example: Interactive guide

antonz.org/grep-by-example

Interactive introduction to grep with real-world use cases.

2024-03-24

47.

Linux Crisis Tools

www.brendangregg.com/blog/2024-03-24/linux-crisis-tools.html

Set of tools to be installed on every your server, because if something goes down there might be no way and/or time to install it anymore

2024-03-21

46.

The myth of natural talent

medium.com/@orzel.jarek/the-myth-of-natural-talent-ac74787f5826

Another perspective is that talent is closely tied to passion and motivation. People who are deeply interested and motivated in a specific area are often seen as having a natural talent for it. This perspective suggests that talent is nurtured through genuine enthusiasm and dedication.

45.

The Starship or the Canoe: Where Will Our Future Adaptations Be? - Cal Alumni Association

alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/summer-2017-adaptation/starship-or-canoe-where-will-our-future-adaptations-be

Прекрасная статья о выборе человечества - покинуть планету с её проблемами или остаться и решать их? Обратиться к корням - природе, ручному труду или отвергнуть прошлое и адаптироваться к жестокому космосу?
Как сказал Курт Воннегут: "What makes you think you’re going anywhere?"
Подобные Дайсонам, в моей душе борются отец и сын, правда скорее поменявшись ролями. Тянуться к недостижимому космосу, к неизведанным и от того прекрасным технологиям с их бесконечными проблемами? Или обратить внимание на верную спутницу человека - прекрасную Землю и, возможно, обрести покой в отказе от амбиций?

44.

Why did we wait so long for the bicycle?

rootsofprogress.org/why-did-we-wait-so-long-for-the-bicycle

The bicycle, as we know it today, was not invented until the late 1800s. Here are some theories about why

2024-03-19

43.

A Society That Lost Focus

ploum.net/2024-03-18-lost-focus.html

Simply do the math. If you have 180 friends on Facebook, which seems to be a low amount those days, if your friends take, on average, 10 days of vacation per year, you will have, on average, five friends on vacation every day. Add to this statistic that some people like to re-post pictures of old vacations and it means that you will be bombarded daily by pictures of sunny beaches and beautiful landscapes while you are waiting under neon light for your next boring meeting in a gray office. By design, Facebook makes you feel miserable.

Our mind, not the technology, is the bottleneck. We need to care about our minds. To dedicate time to think slowly and deeply.

2024-03-18

Reposted 42.

JPEG DCT text lossifizer

lcamtuf.coredump.cx/lossifizer

Did you ever wake up in the middle of the night wondering what would happen if you applied JPEG-style lossy compression to text?

2024-03-15

41.

Комнатные растения: подробный гид для новичков

dzen.ru/a/Xrn1GQRu2BR53dnx
40.

Workspaces gallery

www.workspaces.xyz

Constantly updating collection of beautiful workspaces. There is short description of items and software from an author, some ideas about creativity.

39.

Notes Against Note-Taking Systems

sashachapin.substack.com/p/notes-against-note-taking-systems

Kind of controversial take on note taking systems. I can relate though, because i was lost in a burden of creating perfect knowledge management system for a long time without creating any knowledge. Simplest approach with commonplace notebook is what working for me now.
Comments are also useful.

Getting lost in your knowledge management system is a fantastic way to avoid creating things.
Most heart-stopping writing comes from synthesizing the previously unarticulated in the moment. Rather than reaching for your database, try channeling what’s in the air at this very second. These read/write errors are what we call originality.
Leonardo da Vinci kept all of his notes in one big book. If he liked something he put it down. This is known as a commonplace book, and it is about how detailed your note-taking system should be unless you plan on thinking more elaborately than Leonardo da Vinci.
Shun the useless adoption of the aesthetic of the useful. When something can be like work or like play, never make it work.

2024-03-14

38.

Rek Bell — home

kokorobot.ca/site/home.html

Personal web site of Rek Bell - one of 100 rabbits.

37.

Permacomputing | viznut

viznut.fi/texts-en/permacomputing.html

This is a collection of random thoughts regarding the application of permacultural ideas to the computer world.

36.

XXIIVV — permacomputing

wiki.xxiivv.com/site/permacomputing.html

A holistic approach to computing and sustainability inspired from permaculture. Permacomputing is about using computation only when it has a strengthening effect on ecosystems.

  • Design For Disassembly

  • Design For Encapsulation

  • Design For Descent

35.

Project Gemini

geminiprotocol.net

Gemini is a new internet technology supporting an electronic library of interconnected text documents. Gemini isn't about innovation or disruption, it's about providing some respite for those who feel the internet has been disrupted enough already. We are out to build a lightweight online space where documents are just documents, in the interests of every reader's privacy, attention and bandwidth.

34.

XXIIVV — solarpunk

wiki.xxiivv.com/site/solarpunk.html

Sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from nature

33.

Solarpunk

garden.bouncepaw.com/hypha/solarpunk
  • In the wonderful solarpunk future, we do not use telepathy

  • In the wonderful solarpunk future, we have enough time to not do two things at once

32.

An interview with 100 rabbits

sourcehut.org/blog/2021-12-08-100-rabbits-interview

Hundred Rabbits is an artistic duo hacking their way around the Pacific on their sailboat. I invited them to sit down for an interview to talk about about their lifestyle, art, philosophy, and their SourceHut projects.

31.

Как я чтение всего контента на RSS переводил

habr.com/ru/articles/799301

TL;DR В статье рассказывается о том, как мне удалось перевести чтение лент в ВКонтакте, Telegram, Facebook, Instagram, Reddit и почтовых рассылок в единый сервис InoReader. Причем почти без написания своих велосипедов

30.

Почему твоя мама всё ещё не прогает?

habr.com/ru/companies/domclick/articles/569062

Однажды в конце декабря, когда воздух пахнет сгорающими над городом фейерверками, а улицы полны паникующих из-за цен на горошек, я решил научить программированию бомжа...
Фрустрация от когнитивной сложности — это то самое неприятное чувство, которое возникает, когда не можешь разобраться в какой-то запутанной фигне. В результате для любого человека процесс программирования переполнен страданием. Нормальный человек боль не любит и прогать бросает

28.

Сервисы

grishaev.me/services

Я согласен с тем, что логику нужно разносить по сервисам. Но сервисы должны использовать общую шину данных: базу, очередь сообщений, файлы в S3 в конце концов. Гонять друг другу JSON выглядит хорошо в теории, но на практике — фу.

Условный Постгрес выплюнет миллион записей за доли секунды. Забрать этот же миллион из другого сервиса — приключение на неделю. Тут и метрики, лимиты, квоты, сетевые спайки, etc… А когда таких запросов несколько, сервис ложится спать.

2024-03-13

27.

Personal Goals Have to Happen Now

www.raptitude.com/2023/11/personal-goals-have-to-happen-now

Personal goals are generally expected to happen later.
The reason it’s hard to get going on personal goals is that you’re already using all of your time. No matter who you are, you’re already using all 24 hours, every day, for something. Because this will always be true, goals that happen at all must happen now, while you still don’t yet have time.
Basically, you learn to work in small, uniform parcels of time. They’re short, timer-bound, and unwaveringly focused on a particular outcome. Most importantly, they can fit into real life, as it already is.

26.

When You Go Straight Towards Your Kryptonite

www.raptitude.com/2024/01/when-you-go-straight-towards-your-kryptonite

When perpetual avoidance is allowed, this familiarity never develops, and the kryptonite effect entrenches itself. The activity in question, however innocuous to everyone else, seems to wither your power and confidence whenever you get too close. Only by getting close despite the effect, and experiencing what dancing, algebra, or working with puff pastry is all about — rather than simply reacting to your old, scorned-outsider’s thoughts about it — can you neutralize the effect.

Reposted 25.

How to Feel 20 Percent Better

www.raptitude.com/2024/02/how-to-feel-20-percent-better
24.

GUIdebook: Graphical User Interface gallery

guidebookgallery.org/index
23.

Sage advice for a calmer, more fulfilling digital life | datagubbe.se

www.datagubbe.se/sage

If you can't decide between two applications, pick the one with less input lag.

22.

Why do we even blog?

alexschroeder.ch/view/2024-03-07-why-blog
20.

Managing Gigabytes of Images with git-annex

switowski.com/blog/git-annex

What is git-annex, how to set it up to store large files in Google Drive or NAS, and how I use it to seamlessly manage a git repository of 20GB (and counting)?

2024-03-12

19.

How I backup my Photos

arslan.io/2023/02/25/how-i-backup-my-photos

How to backup photos using Apple, lightroom, nextcloud

18.

The benefits of using a single configuration file

arslan.io/2023/05/10/the-benefits-of-using-a-single-init-lua-vimrc-file

Using a single init.lua or vimrc configuration file for (Neo)Vim file is better than a multi folder/file layout approach.

Reposted 17.

Choose Boring Technology

boringtechnology.club

Innovation tokens and whatnot.

15.

MyMind - something like betula and pinterest with AI

mymind.com

you can save stuff and it will auto label it. single page with all links, quotes, etc. smart search, tags

2023-03-05

8.

Damn Small Software

warmedal.se/~bjorn/posts/2021-11-27-damn-small-software.html

Blog post about very small linux distribution and small programs

3.

I3wm Документация

leetovskiy.github.io/i3-russian-userguide
2.

I3wm Documentation

i3wm.org/docs/userguide.html
1.

Klava Wiki

klava.wiki

Wiki by klavarog community, powered by Mycorrhiza engine.