I recently wrote a lengthy README.md file in a github repository and wanted to include a table of contents at the top. I could not find a way to do this with a native tag. I tried to quickly solve it with grep pipe sed, failed horribly, did in vim instead and hated having to do that. I could obviously have done it with a bash script, some grep pipe cut and variables and all that. But I somehow “wanted” to get it done in just one command. The result is the most visually obnoxious (or beautiful?) command I ever had to create.
is was a demon inside my head. It shows showed up every time I come came up to a drop in a mountainbike trail. It then jumps jumped out of my head, slows slowed time, lands landed at the edge of the drop, turns turned around and from there, stares stared at me with its evil grin. It reliably vanishes vanished as soon I get got off of my bike and carry carried my bike down the drop. Fuck! Thank you, Flo – demon slayer – Vieth Continue reading
Last time I visited the bikepark in Winterberg, Germany, was in summer of 2010. I injured my shoulder after a couple of minutes when rolling through the practice area not paying proper attention and had to get to the hospital. Let’s just say I don’t have the best of personal memories when it comes to that name, “Winterberg”. Now, after 8 years, we went back there …
I installed an SSD into my computer and wanted to move a Steam game to that new drive. There is a gazillion how-tos on that out there but I found a lot of them are outdated and the most likely found article from Valve itself just tells you how to move steam in its entirety, which was not what I intended. So here’s a working way to move a single game to a new location that does not require any additional software.
It’s been about 8 months since I last wrote about the Alpine and I wanted to share an update on how it worked out after about a year in use.
With all family members starting to ride bikes (or run bikes), space in the garage has become a precious good. So I thought about how I could mount some bikes to the wall. The kid’s bikes were not much of a problem. With a little hook each, they all went to the wall easily. But with the mountainbikes … not so easy. I thought about just mounting a small wooden plank to the wall, putting the wheels on that and holding the bike up with a rope. But then I found a way easier and even cheap solution.