Fri 22 May 2020 08:22:50 PM CDT Sitting out in the cool bordering on cold, awaiting a pizza delivery.
Thu 21 May 2020 07:13:09 AM CDT This morning I learned at least some of my coworkers are too sensitive for me to joke with.
Wed 20 May 2020 10:29:49 PM CDT Oh, just messing with a itty bitty script to facilitate this.
Fri 15 May 2020 03:04:25 PM CDT Hey there!
Wed 13 May 2020 10:23:02 AM CDT Just another entry no one will ever see.
Sat 09 May 2020 09:35:23 AM CDT Looks like I finally got logged out. It was just a matter of time. Which sometimes is and sometimes isn't on my side. I was kind of hoping my tmux session would still be running, at least, but it wasn't. <shrugs>
Sat 02 May 2020 08:45:31 AM CDT Dang impressed I can stay logged in here so long. Just add an entry to the top of this index.html, and, voila! Of course, it would help to have something worth reading to say, right? But it's a beautiful day, so no point missing it by getting lost in word worlds instead....
Sun 26 Apr 2020 01:12:10 PM CDT I must say that I really enjoyed ~droob's tilde (discovered via one of those "gimme a random tilde" links).
Thu 23 Apr 2020 06:51:44 AM CDT Pre-work moments. Wrote a post at my write.as place (link below). Awaiting my wife's awakening. Pondering how this web stuff has mostly lost its magic. Or has today, at any rate. It's enough to make me want to refactor some personal utilities, I'm telling you. It's about time to change my Microsoft Teams work presence indicator to "available", and get with their programme....
Wed 22 Apr 2020 04:51:29 PM CDT So hey, tilde.club others. Just your good, new buddy inquiry, here... walking some treadmill, basking in some joy and relieve of having finally solved a software issue that had been nagging me for days. Don't have a heck of a lot to type, though. Just checking in.
Tue 21 Apr 2020 12:52:28 PM CDT Let's see who we gots at the moment: === 12:52:46 up 12 days, 18:51, 23 users, load average: 0.77, 1.54, 1.68 USER TTY LOGIN@ IDLE JCPU PCPU WHAT inquiry pts/0 08:04 4.00s 0.09s 0.00s tmux attach -d kiith pts/5 05:41 7:11m 0.04s 0.00s tmux attach -t 0 carlorat pts/12 10:52 53:42 0.08s 0.02s tmux -u -2 -f /usr/share/byobu/profiles/tmuxrc attach; deepend pts/14 00:41 10:25m 0.10s 0.06s tmux -u attach -t 1 dctrud pts/16 08:18 1:47m 0.02s 0.00s tmux bacterio pts/21 03:31 44:46 0.03s 0.00s tmux a -d draqlo pts/28 Thu18 42:34m 0.30s 0.00s tmux -u -f /usr/share/byobu/profiles/tmuxrc attach; mhb pts/32 12Apr20 9days 0.06s 0.39s mosh-server new -s -c 256 -l LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 mhb pts/38 13Apr20 11days 0.02s 0.38s mosh-server new -s -c 256 -l LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 scifi pts/33 13Apr20 11days 0.03s 19.41s mosh-server new -c 256 -s -l LANG=en_US.UTF-8 langer pts/43 07:50 1:13m 1:08 1:08 irssi gasconhe pts/44 04:15 8:37m 0.02s 0.02s -bash melyanna pts/49 02:00 5:42m 0.06s 0.01s tmux -u -2 -f /usr/share/byobu/profiles/tmuxrc attach; scifi pts/51 Mon20 4days 0.05s 37.19s mosh-server new -c 256 -s -l LANG=en_US.UTF-8 jy4m pts/52 Sun15 45:09m 0.04s 0.01s tmux -u -2 -f /usr/share/byobu/profiles/tmuxrc new-session -n - /usr/bin/byobu-shell mhd pts/54 01:17 20:08m 0.02s 0.00s tmux a entoreor pts/62 10:42 6.00s 0.07s 0.01s tmux -u -2 -f /usr/share/byobu/profiles/tmuxrc attach; rgu pts/58 Fri07 6:34m 0.03s 0.03s -bash silent70 pts/72 15Apr20 6days 0.03s 0.03s -bash langer pts/84 07:50 1:13m 0.31s 0.29s screen -dr scifi pts/69 09:49 16:05m 0.03s 2.40s mosh-server new -c 256 -s -l LANG=en_US.UTF-8 klvebunc pts/83 11:11 1:34m 0.06s 0.01s tmux -u -2 -f /usr/share/byobu/profiles/tmuxrc attach; leonardo pts/99 11:29 3.00s 0.03s 0.00s tmux att === Coolness!
Tue 21 Apr 2020 12:46:48 PM CDT Okay, then... nice little quicky lua script to add new entries to this... re-remembered how to work with tmux on a remote system within tmux on a local system. Just gotta get used to hitting the prefix key twice. It's been a while. This is all especially pleasant while downing half a Blizzard my wife just fetched us!
Tue 21 Apr 2020 08:36:55 AM CDT I was thinking of maybe just pasting my write.as posts here. But, of course, there's the complication of having to redo anchor elements. So, nah... if you need to read that stuff, the link is at the bottom of all this.
Tue 21 Apr 2020 08:29:58 AM CDT Okay, then.. finally re-remembered how to get timezone the way I want.. bash the default shell.. $PATH to include my useful stuff.. vim to work the way I like, etc., etc. So I'm off to see the tilde.club wizard, in a manner of speaking.
Sun 19 Apr 2020 05:39:05 AM America Brass tacks So here's my dilemma. I can enjoy being kind of nuts and bolts (i.e. knowing exactly what I'm doing with respect to the tags 'n shit that makes it happen), appending updates to my https://tilde.club/~inquiry/ page, or less nuts and bolts to my https://write.as/inquiry/ page. Either way, well, who's gonna read it? Ten or (best number on an amplifier) eleven people? So given it's prolly the same either way, tilde.club is (somehow) free, and write.as is, well, not expensive, yet also not free. So these things come to mind. I've no verifiable quantitative reason to believe anyone except tmo reads me at all, here. Hmmm. And, in fact, I completely forgot I've been paying the classically great sdr.org even longer for web privileges I scarcely use. So it's just this weird thing, a thing so weird I couldn't possibly explain it to my wife to her satisfaction. Where the so-called rubber meets the road: either it feels like what one is typing is being read, or one may as well type into either a local file system file, or into a file system connected to a port 80 or 443 minus subscription.
Sun 19 Apr 2020 05:24:32 AM America I suspect I *might* like most who hang out in this place, simply because they *do* hang out in such a place. And, God, the *glory* of actually editing the index.html file itself instead of some bullshit web interface-y thing! And yet do I suspect I'm not at all cool kid enough to truly belong in so unix-loft-ily a place as this.
Sun 19 Apr 2020 05:19:18 AM America So not the question is, why bother with "write.as" when I can get my typing rocks off perfectly satisfactorily right here? And I'm not sure I can answer that in this moment (for mostly just typing stuff to see how it turns out in the browser..).
Sun 19 Apr 2020 05:15:47 AM America Shit, there was a time when I knew why the output of the 'date' command wasn't producing something in accord with what the time/date really is in my actual local, but I'm honestly past the point of caring.
Sun 19 Apr 2020 02:01:41 AM America A Saturday that alone made life worth living > 12:15. That is what time it is. > > On a Saturday. And I would usually be over at a relatives > or a friends hour about this time on a Saturday, but I am > inside. Drinking almond milk. And thinking about making > coffee. #quarantinelife #NoFun > > But the sky is sunny. No clouds, > anywhere. 50F. Legit. #stlwx Incredibly fun and fulfilling day in this sector: super pleasant country drive with my wife with “active” sippy cups in tow, back home to work more on the yard, much conversation about the possible future of the back portion of the same, several conclusions whose possibility I'm rather excited about, fantastic bird sightings/encounters, fabulous charcuterie plate for dinner, enjoyable convo with the neighbor over his fence, (all the home portion of that accompanied by “Chill Lounge” on iheartradio through the battery-powered Alexa), back indoors, knocked off the dishes, pour some red wine, head to the living room to commune with read.write.as on the Chromebook.... And so here we are, again. > That was a long preamble to some practical advice I'm going > to give in just one area of family life: The Family Meal. Nearly 700 lines worth, overall. I honestly tried to consume it, but these days my mind typically checks out around 50 for a single post. > Makes me think of the “Social Media is the New > Cigarettes” article I read some years back. Not as > much as SM will give you cancer, or heart disease – but > that we (as a civilization) need a wake up call from the > dangers of social media, stop treating it like a passive > joke, either regulate it, or eliminate it altogether. I > think putting an age restriction on the services would > do well. As well as making you PAY upfront for the > “privilege” of using the services. "Person the torpedoes!" comes to this mind. :-) > But a widespread adoption of the knowledge that social > media is dangerous & addictive is what society needs. Oh. <removes finger from the torpedo launch button> > SM is slightly different. No it can't give you > cancer. Or heart disease. Or liver failure like alcohol > can. Addiction isn't an “all in one package” where > symptoms/dangers are all the same. SM addiction is quite > a lot like gambling addiction. Dopamine depletion, heavy > onset of depression over time, OCD characteristics, > etc. People don't like hearing it, but people usually > don't like being told what to do (even if it is good for > them) hardly ever. Especially when it comes to a form of > addiction (that they immediately become defensive about). <moves finger back to the torpedo launch button> > what is the reasoning? > > Of having kids? Honest to Dog question here. I always > read about how difficult it is to raise a child. The work > that goes into it, the headache and strain it is in every > fathomable sense, the stress and drama that comes about > at any and every turn with no respite. > > So, why? I'm pretty sure neither sperm nor eggs feel they have time to waste on mental illness – aka reasoning....
Sun 19 Apr 2020 01:49:21 AM America Perfect day!
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