Using words from Low Definition to generate test data. My current fake user is “Ballhooter Lakenvelder”.
Don’t listen to podcasts on Spotify: techcrunch.com/2020/01/0…
If you’re watching The Mandalorian, you might want to give A Complicated Profession a listen. 🎙
Saved up this week’s Hello Internet episode for the best listening venue for any episode of the show: an airplane.
It’s weird that POSIX semaphores allow you to query the current value (
sem_getvalue(3)), but provide no way to query the maximum value.
*gobble* I *gobble* 💙 *gobble* Low Definition *gobble* so *gobble* much *gobble*.
Podcast inspired tourism.
Michael: “What are we eating?”
Mom: “Leftovers, honey.”
Michael: “Leftovers from what?”
Mom: (laughs) “From the refrigerator!”
Michael: “We’ve had leftovers every day since we moved here. I’d like to know what they were before they were leftovers.”
Dad: “Well, before that, they were leftovers-to-be.”
I’m hoping someone digitizes this live music archive: interactive.wbez.org/curiousci… 🎙️ 🎵
Declaring bankruptcy on @viticci ‘s iOS 12 review.
📺 How much of popular history is made up just because it makes a nice story? An example: www.youtube.com/watch
Also, a nice story of obsession of tracking down sources.
🎙 Headphones for this one (100 seconds)
Wrap It Up — The World According to Sound: overcast.fm/+FQ6b5sZj…
🔖 Filmmaker mode: Stop the over saturation insanity.
You may start reading this and say that nothing in there interests you, but skip down to the section headed “A final note to all Mac users”.
Check the contents of your
/Library/PrivilegedHelperTools directory. Do you need everything in there?
There’s a Hole in the Bucket is actually a song about yak shaving.
systemctl status will take a process ID as an argument. It’ll look up the unit the process is part of and report on that.
What systemd unit is that process running under?
grep '^1:name=systemd:' /proc/$pid/cgroup | sed 's/^1:name=systemd://'
grep '^0::' /proc/$pid/cgroup | sed 's/^0:://'