(#) How would society look like if people laid eggs?

2022-07-19 13:03:02 - 101 views

Humans are mammals, you probably knew that. But have you ever wondered how
(modern) society would look like if people were oviparous?

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(#) There's a surprising lack of Zeppelins these days.

2022-06-19 11:44:25 - 85 views

People can walk. Most people can swim, and most of those can dive (at least a
few meters). For us humans it's not hard to learn how to dive or sprint, and I'm
thankful for that. We have mastered almost every form of transportation there is
in the animal kingdom. But one is missing: Flying.

[Read now](/?postid=12)
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(#) The FOSS world finally has its own TeamViewer: Introducing [RustDesk](https://rustdesk.com/).

2022-04-22 11:33:58 - 148 views

You've probably heard of TeamViewer before, and maybe even used it. Software
like this is called Remote Desktop Software, because it allows you to control
the desktop of a machine from a remote location, obviously.

[Read now](/?postid=11)
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(#) Share your mouse and keyboard accross machines using [Barrier](https://github.com/debauchee/barrier).

2022-04-22 11:04:45 - 119 views

Have you ever heard of a kvm-switch? KVM stands for _keyboard video mouse_, and
a kvm-switch is a piece of hardware that lets you share one set of mouse,
keyboard and screen between multiple computers. They are quite common in server
space, but they also tend to be expensive.

[Read now](/?postid=10)
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(#) Finally become a master of Regular Expressions with [regexlearn.com](https://regexlearn.com/).

2022-04-22 08:16:42 - 160 views

Regular Expressions are a mighty tool for word and text processing. They are not
just useful for programmers, but for anyone who wants a computer to recognize
patterns in strings. But a lot of people avoid them since they appear
complicated and have a steep learning curve.

[Read now](/?postid=9)
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(#) Bee heroes! Open up your own hotel today.

2022-04-21 17:14:07 - 143 views

Here in good-old germany we have a few problems that, when taken together, make
people do stupid things.

[Read now](/?postid=8)
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(#) Australia might have more to offer than you think.

2022-04-17 14:21:13 - 122 views

Today is Easter Sunday. In these modern times, that means firing up all your
messengers and wishing everyone of your friends and family members a happy

[Read now](/?postid=7)
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(#) Blogging is (all about) fun.

2022-04-05 10:58:33 - 165 views

This is a blog. A place in the web where I can log stuff, a.k.a. weblog, or in
short blog. As I described in my
[very first post](https://lexlblog.de/?postid=1),
I was already playing with the idea of creating a blog of some sort for quite
a bit of time. Then,
gave me the slight push I needed, and here we are. Thx by the way for
that little story in your blog, Mr. Schade.

[Read now](/?postid=6)
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(#) Easy and clean backups with [Duplicati](https://www.duplicati.com/).

2022-04-02 14:14:45 - 255 views

Aaand it happened. Not for me luckily, but for my father. His PC suddenly died.
He does have a bunch of PCs, mostly laptops, and some are for work and others
for private stuff. But yeah, this specific PC was **old**. Very old. And it
contained basically all the financial data my dad had and has to handle.
**A lot** of **very important** data. And all was gone.

[Read now](/?postid=5)
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(#) Why don't we have a word for and/or?

2022-04-01 12:38:21 - 191 views

What differs us (humans) from animals? Well, you might be tempted to say "our
intelligence". But what is intelligence if not just a series/connection of

[Read now](/?postid=4)
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(#) Great Python books you can read online for free!

2022-03-31 12:25:12 - 149 views

I recently stumbled accross a book on amazon called *Automate the Boring Stuff
with Python*. As it turns out, that book was written by a guy called **Al
Sweigart**. And not only that, but Mr. Sweigart also has his own
[blog](https://alsweigart.com/). A great guy!

[Read now](/?postid=3)
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(#) Is `std::vector` any good?

2022-03-28 08:27:42 - 274 views

The [`std::vector<>`](https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/container/vector)
class is part of the C++ STL (standard library) and is
frequently used in basically any C++ program. If you look at some C++ code and
don't find any vectors, chances are the programmer is actually writing C code
and just doesn't know he/she has named it wrong (or doesn't care).

[Read now](/?postid=2)
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(#) Hello World!

2022-03-24 09:53:58 - 176 views

**Hello World!**

Well, here we are. My very first blog post. But how does it come I actually just
started **now** with blogging?

[Read now](/?postid=1)
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