Slightly adjusted. I've added this to my website now, using it with the `image-rendering: pixelated;` CSS.

Fucking silly but I love it.

I wrote a very fragile script to interleave people's micro-logs.

Post about it:

Post about it on the shitty old big clunky web:

And what it looks like:

Potentially useful script:

Fetches pages on the CLI. With crude colouring.

Very simple, not robust or *good*, but it works.

Looks like this:

Handy script maybe...

Use dmenu (or rofi) to search/play Youtube videos.

You'll need to give it a youtube API key (which I get via `pass` on line 9).

Instructions as to how to get an API key here:

Quick video of it in use:

Potentially handy script.

Basically like Popcorntime on the CLI (i.e. watch films and tv straight from torrents).

Use like:

`pop "my fair lady"`


`pop "the andromeda strain 1971"`


`pop "the mandalorian" 2 1`

So long as what you search for is the #1 result on imdb and a torrent exists, it should start playing.

The hard work is all done by peerflix.

Needs: peerflix, jq and mpv (player can be changed by editing the peerflix lines in the script).

A little dictionary script I made for myself. Might be useful to others.

Not well written! Doesn't check anything!

Uses the dict:// protocol to look the word up and spit out the definitions, prettied up a little for readability. If the word's not found (i.e. most likely a misspelling), it falls back to a fuzzy find on the aspell dictionary.

Defaults to the *excellent* Webster 1913 dictionary.

Needs: fzf and aspell with an installed dictionary.

Finally got my ass around to configuring and using dwm (& st). I have them both pretty much exactly as I want them now, after a fair amount of effort.

Full size:

Intending to write about The Gardens Between. Not got very far yet, clearly.

bspwm, ranger, vim, termite, qutebrowser and jekyll doing its thing.

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