Sometimes you will find yourself in Linux, and desire to see very simple calendar. No integrations, no synchronization, just simple table with day numbers. Sadly some DE does not show calendar by clicking on clock (for example if you fancy DockbarX). So what do you do?
You can type
cal -3 in terminal and it will show you next and previous month. But way if you want little UI to navigate back and forward in months using buttons? Just type
Also check NiCl!
Xiaomi released affordable fitness band, got excellent reviews from major news sites because of its features, then removed these features by update (like Smart Alarm, Vibration on call). Although features are still advertised. Reason of this is still unknown - either they want to push customers to next version, or just want save resources on development and support.
So some of services allow you to get email or push notifications. Thing is that probably you already receiving like a ton notifications per minute, and it really easy to miss important one.
There kind of was email from smoke detector that house if on fire, but it got lost somewhere between Twitter alerts and Instagram likes.
So for really-really important you can configure:
- email → call in Itfff.com (if you fortunate to live in US)
- email → Twilio.com in Zapier.com (if you even more fortunate to live in other place). Twilio.com will allow you to call yourself for free. Zapier.com will allow to make 100 email → call transactions in month. Should be enough (its more "routine" than "important" if theres more than 100)
Don't forget to put loud and distinctive ringtone to notification number, and allow it to pass "Do Not Disturb" mode.
Simplest way get old Console Games to your new TV.
Works together perfectly with minimal setup to install RetroArch. 2 joysticks are detected from Fire TV settings and work out of box.Read More →
When you need countdown or interval timer with rest, but don't wont to find and install any apps - just search it in Youtube. There's like million of different timers there.
It's good to view extension source before installing it in Vivaldi/Chrome etc. CRX Viewer makes it convenient to do that.
Tired of getting
Error writing ...
Permission denied when you forget to type
nano? Don't want to waste time retyping changes or moving it to and from temporary file? Copy this handy function to your
.bashrc to automatically use
sudo if file requires higher permissions.
Same for Fish shell
More handy bash stuff here.
my name is Dmitry, I'm software developer and this is my blog. My passions are minimalism and continuous improvement1. Plan is to share short notes in Broken English about awesome or useful technical stuff I encounter. Also I'll share lots of useful tips. Picked name 'Developer Run' since I'll write notes on the run. I also enjoy running and always pick bad names in general.
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