I've done similar things to what you describe. I recommend journaling the progress of any habits you want to shift, similar to a bullet journal. This way you can help keep yourself accountable.
If you're going to cut out things over time, what do you expect you'll be replacing them with?
Good game, very close victory!
Righto, it's time to reveal the whole #knife.
I've sharpened it up (could shave with it if I was so inclined), and everything is pretty much done (as much as anything created thing is "done").
So here it is. A Petty Chef knife, made from Damascus style steel (knife blank from Odin's Arms), with Ringed Gidgee handle and Ironbark insert.
Before I left I took this huge panorama (not sure what the best way to post something like this is)
Here's a few pictures of our neighborhood from my wife's walks the last two days. I'm really happy we live in a pretty place.
@wolfteeth Generally I just use rsync or rsnapshot - this is the classic solution. Find the apt command that lists all installed packages and dump it somewhere you'll back up, then run that periodically, along with backing up everything in /etc, /usr/local, and /home (and possibly /opt). Generally this should capture everything if you need to restore.
Just found out that #samizdat is a thing.
I'm glad to see people continuing to push the boundaries of censorship circumventing technology.
That seems mean.
Almost dropped my wedding ring down the sink this morning, but I already had it identified so I caught it in time.
If you understand this reference, you're probably never going to be eaten by a grue.
If you understand that reference, you're probably upset that I mixed references, so I'll show myself out now.
Just returned to look at #toot after a long time with other clients. Wow, have they added a lot of features.
Not sure if anyone caught this a couple of weeks back, but here's a thread on tncattach, letting you use a KISS TNC as a full network interface - if it's of interest!
I had it hooked up to the TH-D72 with no issue, was able to send ping traffic through it. Will need to get the TNC-Pi up and running again so I can get a device at the other end to receive / respond.
I have found my people. This video is everything.
New Hampshire native, early millennial acupuncturist.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko