A simple and easily understandable way to create lists from multiple tags in TiddlyWiki.
I recently fell into a YouTube rabbit hole looking for Commodore 64 SID music based on classic 80s hits. There are a lot of great compositions out there of various production quality. In my searching, I found this particular d64 download that was well put together that I have greatly enjoyed. I am continually impressed by what people are able to do with this wonderfully charming, old, hardware.
Here is the 28th Chiclet sized podcast episode Return of BDLL Digital Sign Solution with Screenly on the Raspberry Pi Ventoy | Multi-ISO Bootable USB Drive Made Easy TiddlyWiki | Personal, non-linear, Note Taking Application on Linux openSUSE Corner openSUSE Smiles I purchased a new printer and had some issues with the proprietary plugin. The … Continue reading Noodlings 28 | Building Things
There are many options for Personal Note Taking Application on Linux but TiddlyWiki just happens to be the one I use the most and the longest on openSUSE.
If you have any reason to provide information to people in a commercial, business or community center type situation, this may be a perfect fit for you. If you have any digital pictures and would like to turn a monitor or TV into a picture frame, even home movies.
This is my 27th individually wrapped fun-sized podcast, now with less effort! #Noodlings #Podcast #ComputerHistory
Very rarely do I impulsively buy a thing but I had a moment of weakness and purchased this USB powered clock-fan after seeing this thing in real life. Since I thought it was so cool, I had to share this rather exciting thing. Generally, I can have buyer's remorse with an impulse buy but not … Continue reading USB Powered Clock-Fan | Widget Review
This past Saturday was another virtual #Linux User Group, online meetup. We discussed #Linux, tech, open source and other interesting things. The stream can be found on #YouTube, similar to #BDLL. I decided to host a #CubicleChat last Saturday. I didn't announce it in case it was a dumpster fire but it turned out fairly well. I will do another meetup next Saturday, 27 Mar.
Here is the 26th morsel-sized podcast episode This is just a Nate-echo-chamber of ideas but if you are interested in more thoughts and opinions in discussion with other Linux and open source enthusiasts, subscribe to DLN Xtend, a podcast with the Destination Linux Network where I have a chat with my co-hosts Matt and Wendy … Continue reading Noodlings 26 | Redemption
I was recently asked why I haven't mentioned anything about Yakuake on CubicleNate.com so I decided to take the time and cover some of its features, what I did to modify it a smidge and why I use it. For starters, I don't think the terminal is a "power user" function. I truly believe it … Continue reading Yakuake | Drop-down Terminal Emulator on openSUSE