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Black and white photo of a bucket and a wooden bristle push broom.

How I tackled cleaning up over use of blog categories (topics) and tags resulting in quite a reduction of unnecessary pages.

Perspective shot looking down the road with the words start, and finish painted onto the road.

Find the answers to what happened to the series, A Cyberspace Inquisition, and what new chapters will open in the future.

Digital painting of a cute squirrel cartoon character as a blacksmith with thick gloves, pliers, steam-punk glasses and hammer forging an acorn.

A summary and opinions of the events that lead to the break-down of the Gitea community trust and respect that ended with Codeberg forking Gitea.

Pulsar logo and name, with text that reads, a new text editor.

A project overview and my thoughts about the new community-led hyper-hackable text editor Pulsar, that is based upon the Atom text editor.

Mastodon mascot grabbing for a cup of Gitea with text below reading, link verification.

Uncover the wonders of Mastodon link verification by using these steps to have a Mastodon verified link for your Gitea profile web page.

Background of futuristic technology of components connected together with white text that reads, POS.

Come follow me on this journey of building a free open source point of sale system to help a non-profit food co-op.

Inkscape logo shape cropped out of a blue colored mountain landscape with the words in the sky that say, Inkscape crop image.

Step-by-step instructions on how to use Inkscape to crop an image whether you are; beginner or advanced user.

A black surface covered with black question marks. On top of this background two black rectangles contain the words colored in white, why does sudo fail?

Solve the puzzling question, why does sudo echo fail when trying to redirect the output to a file within a Linux or Unix shell?

Multi colored reflection in space with data boxes being pulled towards a void

Observe my reflections and resolve of participating in the 100 Days to Offload challenge in using a Bash script to track my progress.

Black background with yellow cursive text that says 'Install Date' with a gray calendar of August 2016

How to determine the exact installation or creation date and time of various Linux operating systems.