Skype opens every chat message in the same window. Not sure what’s the reason for this, I think it’s everything else than useful and furthermore disabling this “feature” is anything but user-friendly…
GitHut visualizes statistics about programming languages on GitHub.
How to properly send e-mails in the name of others? I did some experiments in the last months and here are my results.
Two years ago I thought no one will talk about flash in 2014. Now that we have 2015 I had to realize that even I miss the sole closed source software on my computer if it does not work anymore.
Inspired by the nice floating canvas in the back of whois.domaintools.com I did my first steps with canvas today.
With back to root I started to move away from Gmail. One big part of this was to migrate all my mails from Gmail to my own IMAP server. With IMAP mails are organized using folders, while Gmail uses labels. Those labels were the most tricky part of the story.
As part of back to root I want to move away from Gmail and with this from its contact management. This is a big step – and maybe a big step back – because Google does a great job. The contact management is very flexible, and easy to use. I never ever had to think about synchronization with my Android devices, not even one single second.
If you are a web developer, you most likely know, that the one and only Android browser does not exist. There are many different variations and modified versions of the built in browser, not to forget the huge number of browsers available in the play store.
Bash scripts are a great tool for us Linux admins. They primarily help us to execute commands repeatedly and/or very fast. They save much of our valuable lifetime here on earth but the bash scripting language can be very noisy, and often the resulting code is not easy to read for non-bash-gurus.
With this post I want to start a new project. Well, start is not really the correct term, because this project brings me back to the very beginning of my experience with linux, back to the roots.