Automating Video Recordings in Bash

I didn’t write about my scripts in a long time. This here is a simple script that automates video editing and uploading to a remote host. I’m not sure who’s the right audience for this: if you’re experienced in bash scripts, you won’t find all the explanations needed. If you’re a novice, you might find the script too confusing. I hope you find this interesting, and please feel free to comment, I’m learning more every day.

A Few TRAMP tricks

Like many Emacs users, I’m a big fan of Dired and its cousin, TRAMP. For remote work like the one discussed here, there are two crucial tricks I want to share today.

Discovering Hack The Box

Hack the Box was a site I knew about at some point in the past, but at the time it was an invite-only beta or something of the sort. A friend brought it back to my attention recently. I had a couple of days off of work and I figured I’ll give it a try. I’m glad I did.

Teaching Tech to Non-Techies

I spent a weekend teaching my mom how to use her new Mac. In the process, I realized I’ve learned from her just as much as she did (hopefully) from me. How do we teach people how to use technology? Here’s a reflection.