Most times simple HTML and CSS delivers fast, secure and robust sites, yet most modern sites are full of the bloat of frameworks, themes and libraries.
“This tale grew in the telling.” J. R. R. Tolkien, foreword to Lord of The Rings I recently went back to my Kindle Tool, (Part 1, Part 2) to try and add more features. I wanted to have to automatically create txt files so I could easily review the highlights. Firstly I needed to make… Continue reading The Kindle Highlights Tool, Part 3
Turns out writing a shell script is not that difficult if one is familiar with other programming languages. With the help of this brilliant Shell Scripting Tutorial I managed to write a simple script. First I created the file, called screen_res.sh: This creates the file and opens it using the Nano editor. I then wrote… Continue reading Fixing Monitor Resolution Part 2: Automating a Shell Script
I recently decided to dive into the world of Linux. I had done some research and I figured that using Linux would be a good thing for me in the long term. After all, knowledge compounds. Using the terminal for basic tasks like navigating through files was awkward at first, but I’ve since gotten used… Continue reading My Linux Journey
Despite a few challenges and some questionable code, my tool for extracting clippings is almost functional.
This is the first post in a series where I attempt to build an application for exporting Kindle clippings.a