Sorry if this video seems a little… off… I’m rusty as hell at making videos.
WARNING: Using peerflix might not be legit in your country. Use caution.
Yeah, I know about hard county livin’.
In fact, I just spend damn near 24 hours in the meanest most manly parts of Centeral California… Visiting my girlfriends mom.
Tellyouwhat! That’s hard county livin’. How hard?
Electric stove hard.
You city slickers don’t know how good you have it. Have you ever tried to make an omelet on an electric stove? I haven’t but I hear it’s hard.
*Spits* *Tips hat* *Mosey*
It was even too cold to hop in the hot tub cause of the low 60° temperature in the morning. Getting online? Forget it, all they have out there is AT&T. I could hardly update my Twitter. Now that’s hard livin’!
Well there you have it.
*Spits* *Tips hat* *Mosey* *Hard liquor for lunch*
I know know what hardcore cowboys have to go through every day.
*Rides off into the sunset*
There are quite a lot of file managers for android to choose from. Most of them pack a lot of features. Features that sometimes feel a lot like bloat. I don’t need my file manager to connect to Microsoft’s cloud storage. I want something free, simple, and efficient.
I’ve fallen in love with Amaze File Manager. It’s probably the best file manager I’ve used for Android. Amaze is an open source project and like a lot of programs I like it does one thing and does it well.
There is no networking tools or media sharing but a full arsenal of “Copy”, “Paste”, “Cut”, and my favorite “New Folder”. This is what I’m going to need 99% of the time.
Amaze follows the design guide lines of the Material Design specification that Google laid out last year. You can change the color of the theme in the settings if you’d like but the default blue looks good. The application has proven to be stable and very light weight. Not to forget fast.
You can get Amaze from F-Droid or from Google Play.
In it’s truest form!
It’s moving day and it’s the first rainy day of 2015. Only got two boxes moved with help from my friend Johnstar.
Moving is not stressful for me. I actually like the fact that I’ve condensed my belongings to such a minimal set. Removing the clutter and making room and time for things that matter.
I’ll be here for the next four months. Just a sublease to save some cash and get my bills paid off and squared away.
Happy January and enjoy the rain!
Merry Christmas, kids!
Hope you have some time to relax!
(Stolen photo is stolen and I have no idea who took it.)
On December 9th the Pirate Bay and related sites went dark. This is not the first time the site has been taken offline but usually it’s caused by scheduled maintenance or the occasional domain seizure.
I use services Torrage to hold torrent files of my artistic projects like the Pulp Fiction Chronological Cut. This is not just piracy were talking about. It’s used for independent music, videos, and software distribution. Not everyone has the infrastructure to host and share large files with a lot of people and services like Torrage really help.
Torrage and Zoink.it are simple torrent storage lockers. They don’t index the content of the torrent files or even know the names of each torrent. The file name is stripped out and replaced with the torrent’s hash. My Pulp Fiction Remix has a hash of
therefore the link would be:
Most of these services are coming back online but it’s kind of scary how quickly it disappeared. Even the Pirate Bay itself is starting to show up on certain mirrors already and it’ll probably be business as usual by this time next week.
I don’t mind the default website quick dial that shows up in Firefox when you make a new tab. However having my favorite search page is a lot nicer. Here’s how to set a custom URL for new tabs in Firefox.
To change the new tab URL type
about:config in the address bar. You’ll probably be prompted with a warning unless you’ve already disabled it. search for
browser.newtab.url and change the Value to any website you like. Enjoy!
It seems to be all the rage these days.
A video “gif” is a silent video embedded to a site in loop mode. I guess the audio is an optional thing but most go without it.
Use your favorite video editor to trim your video down to just a few seconds. To be an awesome looping “gif”, try your best to make it look seamless. I used kdenlive but almost any modern video editor will work. Render it out to either mp4 (h264) or webm (vp8) or both if you’d like to keep compatibility.
It’s pretty easy. This even works on WordPress.
<video autoplay="autoplay" loop="loop" width="480" height="480"> <source src="loop.webm" type="video/webm" /> </video>
If you want to add support for h264.
<video autoplay="autoplay" loop="loop" width="480" height="480"> <source src="loop.webm" type="video/webm" /> <source src="loop.mp4" type="video/mp4" /> </video>
Now obviously I don’t expect everyones to be as awesome as mine but I’m sure you’ll figure it out.
Feel free to add your own music and enjoy my amazing dance.
I found myself in a unique situation last night. I somehow corupted my install of Ubuntu and my installer thumb drive was no where to be found. To make matters worse I don’t have an internet connection at my house. I use my phone’s tethering to access the web.
So I installed DriveDroid and I was able to get my machine back online.
I only have the 16GB Nexus and it’s pretty full right now so I opted to use Ubuntu Mini (Also known as the Net Installer). This ISO for all who don’t know only takes up 40 MB. It’s fast to download and boots entirely to RAM.
Once DriveDroid had mounted Ubuntu mini and booted my machine I was able to switch my phone in to USB tethering and retrieve all the packages I needed. The entire process took only about 30 minutes and my machine was back to normal.
From now on I’m going to keep a copy of Ubuntu Mini on my phone. I was so jazzed by DriveDroid I even dropped the $3 on the full version. (Rare for a cheap bastard like myself).