Useful one-liner to count the number of blank lines in a file:
grep -c ^$ filename.
Two new pens: Sheaffer 300 fountain pen and Sheaffer Prelude pen. [Click to enlarge]
Getting things done by letting things go. How true…
Found this lovely picture on Twitter 5 days ago (via @ArtsPicsChannel). [Click to enlarge]
Just updated my Julia binary to v1.0.1. BTW, the online manual is a valuable and very polished ressource to learn the language. I hope to find more time to dwelve into the latest iteration of the language since I stopped using Julia around v0.4 or 0.6.
If you are a Marked user like me, be sure to check the additional stylesheets maintained by Brett Terpstra.
Want to get some italicised comments with your preferred font (mine is Iosevska)? Add
(set-face-italic 'font-lock-comment-face t) to your Emacs init file, it is better than tweaking font-lock values manually.
I guess I’m done with this also.
This is it! Or how to make iTerm looks like a native app on Mojave…
I just discovered that the trans command-line tool now supports DeepL translator, which is great news if one want to avoid the overwhelming presence of Google in our lives.
TIL It is possible to simulate dark mode on an iPhone using one of the accesibility features. Moreover, we can define a shortcut to enable this mode by triple clicking on the main button.
Halfway through Season 4 of Prison Break with Pierre.
I finally managed to get a more automated way of publishing my “bags of tweets” (which were defunct for a long time now), thanks to the rtweet package.
Want to apply some ML techniques using Stata? Check out https://www.stata.com/stata-news/news33-4/users-corner/.
A Review of Mathematica, by Richard Fateman (long ago).
Roswell - Common Lisp environment setup Utility. Probably the easiest way to get a working Lisp interpreter (SBCL or CCL) and quicklisp in 3 min or less.
The iOS 12 features that I like so far: grouped items in the notification center, time tracking and battery life utility, Books app new design. No real improvement for Mail, Calendar or the Music app, though.