Had this dream where Lego had a special event where they brought back *every set* of #Bionicle. Just filled an entire store with Bionicle sets!
I feel guilty for how much money I spent, even if it was just a dream.
Working more on #txtblog, the plaintext blog generator that's "Slightly less broken every day! (tm)"
You can specify a line number that contains a date (like "January 2, 2026"). In my files it's always line #1, and the Atom feed generator will use it. A bit more robust than scanning the metadata!
More updates to come. The git repo for txtblog isn't actually the most up to date version. I just fix it *sometimes*. Most of the time I'm working on it directly from my SDF repo (which I only recently turned into a Git repository):
Again, the reference site for the generator is at:
This is only because the last drive I ordered didn't fit inside my PC. That was back in, like, September.
*THIS* time it's an external, so I can have a folder for each of my computers. It's not the best but I'm pretty broke and I still want to have a *bit* of a robust backup plan.
Ordered a 2TB hard drive. Going to select files to backup via #Rsync (don't want to copy my whole computer because video games can be re-downloaded).
It'll be good to have an external backup that isn't, like, 5 USB sticks.
Yes I know I've been saying I should get around to this for ages. I'm slow. shuddup.
Gonna upload something very cool that I've been working on to @RavingKain's YouTube channel tomorrow!
Yes sir definitely not a 15-minute long illustrated podcast making fun of Adam Sandler movies, no sir haha... Hah... Huh.
I honestly can't get enough of soft rock. It's so cheesy but honestly.
I mean, Pass *is* usable, I'm just really bad at using it.
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and Ada.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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