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while read line; do
# echo $line
man -t 2 $line | ps2pdf - $i-$line.pdf
done < syscall_64-names


For air travel: conferences, 10-day trips, etc. (Based on

Before you travel

  • Double check: Date, Time (a.m. or p.m.), location of airport
  • Is a passport or visa needed?
  • Is FX (foreign currency) needed?
  • Check travel situation on the ground (light rail, trains, availablity of Uber / Lyft, etc)
#!/usr/bin/env python
# run as a cron job (every 24 hours?)
# the longer you wait, the longer the chain
import tweepy
from secrets import consumer_key, consumer_secret, access_token, access_token_secret
auth = tweepy.OAuthHandler(consumer_key, consumer_secret)
auth.set_access_token(access_token, access_token_secret)
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#!/usr/bin/env python
# set to executabable with chmod +x
# and place somewhere in your path
from time import sleep
from sys import argv
from subprocess import Popen
# should match the name of the system preferences window

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Last active Dec 11, 2017 — forked from jsvine/
How to download SIPRI arms transfer data as a CSV file instead of a rich-text file.

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's Arms Transfers Database provides a tool to download the data. By default, that output is an .rtf rich-text file — not so easy to analyze with your favorite spreadsheet or statistics software. Luckily, getting a CSV of the data isn't very difficult. Here's how.

To get all transfers for 2016, by seller, run this command in your terminal:

curl --compressed \
    --data 'low_year=2016' \
    --data 'high_year=2016' \
    --data 'seller_country_code=' \
    --data 'buyer_country_code=' \