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James replied to my programming post.

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Today we went to the zoo spontaneously. 🐒

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I currently have two technical topics that interest me a lot. One is SQLite, of which I am always surprised by its functionality and ease, and the other is Tor, which I find quite interesting because of its encryption and because I recently listened to Edward Snowden’s book “Permanent Record” as an audio book.

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I installed Windows 10 😱

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I did something very unusual for me, considering that I have been recommending the use of Linux for years (and still do): I installed Windows 10.

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Tomorrow is my first real working day as a permanent employee (after the one and a half weeks of vacation I already had). In the same company and in the same team where I also completed my dual studies and my bachelor thesis, but it’s still something “new”. I’m curious to see how it will turn out. 🤓

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What I like about Deezer compared to Spotify: They don’t do those A/B tests where only a small group of users receives new features. They just release them for everyone. In other words, they just added an option to the Audiobooks app to adjust the playback speed. I can finally listen to audiobooks in 1.4x or 1.6x speed now.

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I am all for using a custom domain for email addresses. I mostly use @jlelse.de, but I can also be reached via email addresses with @janlukas.de, @jlelse.blog and a number of other domains. Recently I bought yet another domain, but now I’m questioning if that was really a good idea. Well, maybe I will still find a practical use for this domain.

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It’s still very cold outside, weather forecast predicts -20° C for tomorrow night. ☃️❄️

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Simple.css and classless CSS frameworks

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Kev Quirk recently released his new project Simple.css, a CSS stylesheet that focuses on vanilla HTML without classes.

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Give back to free and open source software

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Like of: A post by Oscar Benedito

Oscar Benedito writes about how to give back to free and open source software (FOSS).

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