With Microsoft's purchase, I'll be looking at replacements. Maybe a "random scripts" repo hosted elsewhere.

I'll link to it here once set up. Cheers Gists, we had a good run.


A very rough copy+pasta job for privacy policy updates received by coworkers and I. I thought it'd be fun to run Wordle or something against it to find the most common words and phrases used.

Singapore Airlines Krisflyer

We have updated our Privacy Policy and the KrisFlyer Terms & Conditions to be in line with the new European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from 25 May 2018.


We know we’re not the first, second or third email you’ve received from a company about its updated privacy policy because of changes from the EU concerning data protection regulation. But, we’ve gotta do it. Read below to learn about what we’ve done.

## Script to launch Windows NT 3.51 on QEMU without overflow errors
qemu-system-i386 \
sudo pw usermod -n $_username -u $_new_id
View vim-lite.log
Name : vim-lite
Version : 8.0.1000
Installed on : Tue Aug 29 21:29:33 2017 AEST
Origin : editors/vim-lite
Architecture : FreeBSD:11:amd64
Prefix : /usr/local
Categories : editors
Licenses : VIM
Maintainer :
dropbox stop
dbus-launch dropbox start
View hotel-villa-fontaine-tokyo-speedtest.json
"isp":"ARTERIA Networks Corporation",
# ssh-agent sets variables
eval $(ssh-agent)
convert -colors 256 -depth 8 +dither "$1" "png8:$1-dithered.png"
## I used to always pipe (dcfl)dd to gzip over ssh
## Why not just use ssh's compression that uses gzip anyway?
ssh -C "$_HOST" dcfldd if="$_SOURCE" | dcfldd of="$_DEST"