I have a kid, and I love him. But you are totally within your rights not to. Nothing wrong with that.
he must of hacked into his dad's
"Hey man, I have bad news. I have cancer."
Friend: rolls eyes.
Can't anybody just let life happen anymore? No more spontaneous meetups, no more random happenings. Everything orderly, predictable and uploadable for facebook to make money with. I'm no luddite, I spend a good amount of my life working with and using technology, but stuff like this? I guess this is where I diverge from the younger generation. To each his own I guess. Don't mean to come down as judgmental or anything, I would like to hear the other side and how this stuff actually makes life better.
Indeed. It's called Lego Digital Designer and it is a free download from Lego's site. My 5 year old son still prefers real lego's though. I used LDD to design a sweet lego case for my raspberry pi.
You mean those hot women that are following me are not real?!
You don't need to tweet for twitter to be useful. Many people follow others or use it to keep on top of things. For example, if there is a minor earthquake somewhere there is no better place to really find out what happened quickly than twitter. "Holy crap, #EARTHQUAKE, shook the building for 30 seconds"
After I started learning to code very late in life I realized that I will never finish learning and probably will never be as good at it than really good coders. But on the flip side I don't want to be someone who is paid to code. I am building these skills to enhance the ones I already have and just for fun. It's opened up so many project possibilities for me. Now if I can only keep getting better.
Dammit, the link don't work
Nice writing, holy crap. I meant;
Then I use a script to read the access_log and generate a web page with my home IP every hour.
ah ok got it.
I have a small VPS that hosts a personal website. My home Linux box just does an http get with curl to a secret html file on the VPS webserver. Then I generate an html file every hour that reads the access_log and uses a script to genereate a web page that displays my home IP I can access. Has worked fine for me for quite some time. My IP rarely changes and I can just update my hostfile if I don't want to use my IP directly.
There are probably more elegant solutions but since I am the only one using it it's fine and I can't justify paying anything when I already have a perfectly good VPS I can leverage.
Sports? What physical education. My god man, you want kids to get even fatter? Take away their xbox would be a good first step.
oh, I just realized I do have an account with a fake name. The fb slingbox client is the only way to watch my sling on Linux. heh.