Different technology, same excuse

“Just because I didn’t send you a smoke signal doesn’t mean I don’t care” “Just because I didn’t send you a homing pigeon doesn’t mean I don’t care” “Just because I didn’t write you a letter doesn’t mean I don’t care” “Just because I didn’t telegram you doesn’t mean I don’t care” “Just because I …

Create Your Own Web App to Execute Linux Command

Let say you need to run a command (which you use frequently) on your headless Linux box, such as, copying files, start/stop services, reboot, etc. However too lazy to go to the physical machine or open a ssh command from another pc. Would it be nice if we have a web application that can easily …

How to Queue Torrents in Transmission

Currently there’s no queue features in Transmission. Luckily we can improvise this with the help of transmission-remote, a command based client for transmission, and along with some Linux bash scripting. Below I have created a simple bash script: 1. Install transmission remote: sudo apt-get install transmission-cli 2. Copy the script below, and save as my_script_name.sh …

Favourite movie quotes

These are my favourite movie quotes, which I could rattle off, anytime: 1. “Adaptation, improvization; your weakness is not your technique.” 2. “I did not choose. I was born, and I am.” 3. “A sad commentary in and of itself.” As a software developer I’m just waiting for the chance to say the first one …

Is blogging dead?

No, but might as well be … I would say blogging technology is like a human being in his or her mid-forties: mature, established, still able to contribute to society, but decidedly less attractive compared to a certain twenty-year old. (No prizes for guessing who that twenty-year old is.)



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