Month: February 2021

  • Fooling around with bash scripts 2

    This is a follow-up to my previous entries: Fooling around with bash scripts, which I used as a base for Migration from Google Photos to Nextcloud and Piwigo Since some of my old picture albums have old .mov, .mpg and .avi videos in them I decided to also convert them to .mp4 (piwigo can show […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 13 – Online)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry This session was fun and a mix of random stuff, anyway, on to the good stuff: Last session ended with us fighting our way through a Duergar outpost, so we fought on and ended up killing a Duergar Warlord We also liberated some more slaves, […]

  • My (Neo)Vim Cheatsheet

    I’ve been learning to use neovim for almost 3 weeks now and it has been fun, coming from VSCode I guess I was spoiled by the feature rich IDE/text editor, however there is beauty in the simplicity keyboard oriented (Neo)vim text editor I’ve been trying to get all the useful keyboard shortcuts and commands I’ve […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 12 – Online)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry Last time we turned into a cloud with Cleric’s Wind Walk and emerged from the troll tunnel after a fight to find the ruins of an old mining town: Grint Skarrenruf, as we hover over the place our Barbarian spotted what looked like dwarves riding […]

  • Migration from Google Photos to Nextcloud and Piwigo

    Getting the pictures First step was downloading all my pictures from Google Photos, so I went to Google Takeout which is the way to download all the data the big G has on you. For now I selected only the data in Google Photos but if I had wanted to I could’ve downloaded potentially everything. […]

  • Upgrading my rig

    I finally got to make some upgrades to my desktop computer! Before Just for context, my desktop computer was a hand-me-down that a friend just gave me because he had gotten a much better one. I took it and played around with it. After all these years this was the first time I owned a […]

  • Fooling around with bash scripts

    I thought I would share 2 shell scripts that I’ve found useful, the first one allows me to to use my DSLR camera as a webcam and the second one allows me to batch resize and optimize images Using DSLR as webcam This is probably most useful in COVID-19 times, found it a while back […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 11 – Online)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry For this entry I’ll try to summarize a bit more Last time we were waiting on the council’s decision regarding Tolbera‘s scheme to have a Chimaera kill us. After deliberation behind closed doors, 4 council members came out to the town’s square and announced that […]

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