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If there was a protocol/utility in *nix land called whistle(1), what would it be for and how would it work?

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Average U.S. teacher spends $459 of their own money on supplies for their classroom.

epi.org/blog/teachers-are-buyi

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so I got a letter from the IRS, they received a second, fradulent tax return filed by someone else.

It helpfully includes this section:

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW

(one blank line, no information)

So WTF am I supposed to do now?

Build hack or when they does not know how to disassemble things.

my friends keep pets like that. and i'm teaching python in academy now :)

RIP :( one of the actors. and one of the improvisations so long...

I've... seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Ga...

youtube.com/watch?v=JdUq2opPY-

I prefer for my work shedule - it is very convenient for creating any timetables. You can keep your shedule in plaintext, can create sofisticated events (odd/even weeks, for example). And it's much more simple to do when put every event into . But remind badly connects with phone calendar ( in my case).

Today just connect powered toolchain:

-> -> -> ->

Works like charm.

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Last month, I switched to a physical notebook for note-taking and task management. Some observations:

- I no longer have to worry about syncing across devices
- I no longer have to worry about cross-platform app availability
- I am less distracted by the Internet when laying out tasks and taking notes
- My notebook does not have a hard drive that can fail, or a battery that runs out
- My handwriting is improving
- I feel a lot more productive when I cross something out with pen vs. clicking it

One year: change two and a half workplaces, visit three countries. "We're still flying... It's enough." :>

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