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I'll list here a list of "discoveries" I made while being a (Arch)Linux user and how I maintain / improve my system for my needs. What Was Wrong (WWW) could be the motto for my evolution as a Linux user. Indeed, I have always learned from my mistakes and/or by trying to solve an issue (which was sometimes the result of the previous situations).

After reading quite a lot about crypto currenencies it was time to get the insights from people who are smarter than myself. The first discussion with some researcher colleagues in statistics and computational models was very informative !

Educating myself to currencies for the last few days. Feeling like I'm ready to live a new adventure soon.

Looking to move into a Linux phone. Would be the right move?

A very nice website to generate some cool text (ascii, cursive, fancy....):
Love the power of ASCII to create this nostalgic feeling.

Quite a lazy day today. I'll call it Sunday :)

Wrote a 43 lines bash script to manage my passwords and totp tokens through dmenu/rofi.
Basically, I can choose to show the username, password, url, or token of a given website and to automatically paste the info in the active window. Or I can simply let the magic happen and all the info will be entered on a giver website to log me in.
Now I should get the motivation to post in on my gemini capsule and gitlab...

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Life is so much better without Google, Chrom(ium)e, no Facebook or Twitter. Join me in ridding your world of the EVIL CORPS

My company is offering free online access to hundreds of books about a lot of things including programming. I found a way to download all that I'm interested in. So right now I'm building a gigantic Python virtual library (probably more info that I'll have time to read). What a wonderful day !

Will see if disroot reopens its doors to new users tomorrow. Fingers crossed.

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Wanted to move to disroot but seems like they have a *huge* time delay Haha Just joking, no complains or criticisms here.

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Why GNU/Linux journalism (and free software journalism in general) sucks?

It seems that pretty much every medium-big blog/news portal about GNU/Linux doesn't give a shit about content quality. I've found a ton of misleading tutorials and misinformation. Most of them are full of advertisement and analytics. And they link to proprietary social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc). They only care about monetization.

The only good content about GNU/Linux are personal blogs truly written by users.

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