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Considering option for custom domain mail hosting. There is gsuite of course, I could also do it through ProtonMail who I also use. Who do you like to use?

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@Snowcrash This is funny, I started writing a post looking back at my first days in Emacs and org-mode.

I can talk your head off about writing in #emacs and #orgmode.

Go ahead. Ask me. I dare ya. :D

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@Snowcrash that's yet another territory I'm familiar with. I used to teach, and we had chromebooks. For years (especially when I was broke) I had chromebook in which I did all my writing in.

Later, I opened one apart to remove the safe-boot screw (forget how it's called) and go full linux. It left scars. I called the chromebook "Scarface." I still have it, and as far as I know it still works.

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@Snowcrash I just recently learned how to edit and access the shell in emacs

Been writing my blog/journal posts using and have to say that learning emacs in bits and pieces, answering questings like "How do I do x?" while actually doing something seems to be the way to go over just trying to power through a tutorial/book on emacs. Initial observation, I like the way the spell checker functions.

Can anyone recommend a good whole disk image/restore to/from USB tool? Something that will make a stand alone USB I can boot to and restore my whole disk image. I'm considering trying one of the Neverware CloudReady distro but it wipes the entire disk.

@Snowcrash Site is using a Jekyll theme and is hosted on GitHub pages.

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Well I thought I’d share a passion project of mine, I love doing things outdoors like hiking and camping etc. so I started outdooradventurejournal.com to share adventures, gear reviews etc. open to anyone to contribute to (see about page). Will never had ads, it’s not there to make money.

Well I thought I’d share a passion project of mine, I love doing things outdoors like hiking and camping etc. so I started outdooradventurejournal.com to share adventures, gear reviews etc. open to anyone to contribute to (see about page). Will never had ads, it’s not there to make money.

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Someone told me I look like a priest in this picture, I got a good chuckle out of that.

Pleasantly surprised to learn that Fedora supports secure boot, goodbye red bar across my screen on boot!

Out for a Meetup Hike and nobody is here.. either I am in wrong location or ...

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The Who had some really good songs. I'm Free if totally one of them. Even though I'm not into the classic rock thing.

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It's WAVES nite on the Intergalactic tonite! .... & ... I think we are going to explore the mysterious VAPORWAVE more tonite... thank you @developer for the suggestion last nite ✌️ Pls tune in from 0100-0200 UTC/6-7 PM PDT

BUT FIRST.....

LET US HEAR THE LOUD SCREAMS, THUNDEROUS GUITARS & the unforgiving drum of thru ORGANIZED CHAOS with DJ G.LOve @MG ... coming up nxt in 4 minutes! 0000-0100 UTC/5-6PM PDT

anonradio.net/listen

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Kmdr – Display CLI Commands Explanation In Terminal

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It helps you to easily learn CLI commands without leaving the terminal and without having to go through lengthy man pages. Not just Linux commands, Kmdr provides explanation for a lot of CLI commands including ansible, conda, docker, git, go, kubectl, mongo, mysql, npm, ruby gems, vagrant and hundreds of other programs such as those built into bash.
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ostechnix.com/kmdr-display-cli

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Made chicken breasts stuffed with a cream cheese, basil, spinach and lemon zest mixture that was to die for. Bake at 390 for 30min with breasts on tin foil with a lightly covered wrap.

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