By neildaemond, an 'any-stack' hacking grasshopper.
Taking notes while tinkering with:
git log --graph --oneline --decorate --branches
High quality video with a DSLR is nice, and I find that when on an outing or at an event, it’s easy to take clips here and there to capture and document the memory. I usually switch between video clips and photos, but afterwards I don’t really like sorting through all the photos that much because I snap too many.
Videos on the other hand, I find that, if I don’t delete it, then they can be combined together in chronological order and be good enough to share with friends and family.
To save time, I created a command line script which will grab all clips from a folder and combine them into one video …
Just a quick reminder that these are equal:
I like to use Boogie Board Sync to take notes, then sync them to my Laptop using dropbox. Unfortunately, the Sync creates a one page PDF for each saved screen. Therefore, having one folder per sorted topic, I open up the folder in terminal and run the following simple script which I keep in my PATH.