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eljojo / Item URI2.js
Created December 21, 2022 16:54
zotero uri
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"label":"Item URI para cucho",
eljojo / hardware-raspberry-pi.nix
Created January 9, 2022 01:12
nixos raspberry pi
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{ config, lib, pkgs, modulesPath, ... }:
imports =
"${fetchTarball "" }/raspberry-pi/4"
boot.kernelPackages = pkgs.linuxPackages_rpi4;
boot.kernel.sysctl."vm.swappiness" = 0;
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After=docker.service docker.socket
ExecStart=/usr/bin/docker run \
--rm \
--name=traefik \
eljojo / 0_reuse_code.js
Created July 5, 2017 13:17
Here are some things you can do with Gists in GistBox.
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// Use Gists to store code you would like to remember later on
console.log(window); // log the "window" object to the console
eljojo / hash_manipulation.rb
Created December 8, 2015 19:41
some playing with functional programming and ruby
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# A HashManipulation is a helper object.
# The idea is to aid when modifying hashes.
# changes =
# changes.key { |key| key.upcase }
# changes.value { |value| value.length }
# changes.("children" => [1, 2, 3]) # {"CHILDREN" => 3}
module Reports
class HashManipulation
def initialize
@key = -> (obj) { obj }
eljojo /
Last active August 29, 2015 14:22
Growth Hacking

I know about the existence of Growth Hacking and I know that as a StartUp one of your goals is to, well, grow as much as possible.
I also know about the existence of promotional posts, and how they can benefit both writers and companies looking to reach audiences.
What I didn't know, is how low some companies can go in order to promote their business for free.
Without further ado, here's an email I got yesterday. Let it speak by itself.

Hi Jose Tomas,

We’d love to see what tips you have for social media marketers. 

We would like you to create a post on your personal blog where you share

View example_html.html
<title>This is the title</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="">
<h1>Hello HTML!</h1>
<p>How's it going?</p>
<form action="/add_to_list" method="get">
eljojo / gist:be8a0feff34b4d02509b
Created May 4, 2015 17:38
View gist:be8a0feff34b4d02509b
root@dokku:~/dokku# make install
apt-get update
Hit jessie/updates InRelease
Hit jessie InRelease
Hit jessie/updates/main Sources
Hit jessie-updates InRelease
Hit jessie/updates/main amd64 Packages
Hit jessie/main Sources
Hit jessie/updates/main Translation-en
Hit jessie/main amd64 Packages
View gist:883518d6608507c10758
root@dokku:~# wget -qO-|DOKKU_BRANCH=master bash
Hit jessie/updates InRelease
Hit jessie InRelease
Hit jessie/updates/main Sources
Hit jessie-updates InRelease
Hit jessie/updates/main amd64 Packages
Hit jessie/updates/main Translation-en
Hit jessie/main Sources
Hit jessie/main amd64 Packages
Hit jessie/main Translation-en
eljojo /
Created April 9, 2015 10:14
little rant

My problem is mainly when, because of sofware, database (or anything related to IT) architecture impose its way into how the real world works.

For example, imagine Deutsche Telekom. If you have a contract for both mobile phone and internet at home with them, it's completely reasonable that they have different internal systems and thus your name is stored in different locations.

Let's say you change your name. You call Deutsche Telekom (mobile) and tell them that you changed your name, the lady tells you that she updated your name in the computer and all is good. Next month you get the invoice and it shows your old name.

My question is: is this acceptable?