My family has collected over sixteen years worth of digital photos, videos and so on at this point, and I needed a good way to get them organized. After trying digikam, shotwell, f-spot and others, I realized that what I really wanted was to just sort out everything on a timeline, by date, in a folder on my network storage server itself, without involving a GUI if possible.
I started with a recipe for Grand Central Baking Company’s incomparable oatmeal cookies, and made a few brief modifications.
The peanut butter can be replaced with a second 4oz stick of butter. Chia seeds are a healthy treat that also go well in puddings, but if you don’t like them, you can easily leave them out! Continue reading
After struggling through trying to get RecordMyDesktop, Istanbul, byzanz, and a few other lesser known Linux or UNIX screen capture programs working on Debian Wheezy with sound, I just broke down and wrote my own using ffmpeg.
So, here it is: Continue reading
Kombucha is a fermented sweet tea drink. It’s a little sour, a little sweet, and usually effervescent. It is a probiotic beverage, which means it contains lots of living microorganisms which are really good for your digestion and overall health. It also costs quite a bit if you buy it at the store, and you can save a fortune by brewing your own. Following my directions, you can very affordably brew around 40 bottles of Kombucha for around 10% of the cost of store-bought. And you’ll know exactly what is in it! Continue reading