Bottlenecks are ubiquitous in all areas in life. In computing they are often
obvious and examine; you can often tell if your system can handle only so many
requests, because it lacks one of the following:
Almost anyone has a todo list. However, one thing that improved my life much
more is thinking about things that I should not do. It can be divided roughly
in two parts. One part is mostly about avoiding toxic stuff, which has a
negative impact on your life quality beyond ...
Sometimes nice features hide in plain sight – e.g. tabbing in vim – and you
just do not come around to using them because you are just too happy with the
tools you already have. This time I am talking about autocompletion for bash
scripts – I always wondered how sometimes bash ...
Life is all about choices, especially those small decisions you make daily. Or
probably don't make, because you are a creature of habit. And it is not just
about decisions, it is about actually carrying them out in a disciplined
matter. Discipline earns people's admiration. Discipline helps you ...
Staying on top of the latest research is a task which is hard in itself.
Although arXiv supports some RSS-feeds, I read all my RSS feeds through
newsbeuter, and given that it is (of course) a CLI application, it cannot
display the math tags of the abstracts.
This is the post mortem of my previous training cycle. To summarize the
results, the volume block went well, I failed again at picking weights at
higher intensities and I lost 7kg of bodyfat over the course of seven weeks.
Today I want to share a small and simple recipe with you, namely one for
chocolate coffee. With the exception of this recipe I detest any combination of
coffee and cocoa, as it usually just tates like bitter cocoa. The usual problem
is that you need some kind of milk ...
I hate pretty much everything about the web and especially web browsers. Since
Opera decided to ditch the fabulous presto engine I was in constant despair, as
Firefox and Chromium lack two of the key features I expect from any browser: