Things I learned on Amazon recently: there is an entire class of anime figurines designed to sit on your cup noodle to keep it closed while the hot water does its work.
I think the $62 Nitocris is a bit pricy for this, though. I don’t think it would even be safe to work at home with the Super Sonico or Kanu toppers, but the Yui is cute.
Pricing is between reasonable and outrageous, naturally.
Which one did I buy? I’m not telling, but it isn’t one of the ones I’ve linked above. And it won’t go onto a cup noodle; I’ve upgraded to a better class of ramen over the years.
Apple’s Rosetta x86-to-ARM translator to be removed in OS update?. Sounds like a licensing issue, since it’s region-specific.
Microsoft is embedding Excel in YAML. Even after reading the “PowerApps” blog, I haven’t the slightest fucking idea what low-code is good for, apart from scattering business logic across an environment even less sensible than malware-infested spreadsheets.
I cracked open four of the useless “Archer Farms” Nespresso-incompatible pods and successfully brewed Aeropress coffee with the contents. Not bad at all. As expected, it was too finely ground for the Aeropress, requiring quite a bit of pressure even with only one filter (by comparison, with standard commercial ground coffee, I use three filters and still don’t have to press as hard).
Four pods was a bit less than the two scoops I generally use for 12 ounces of coffee, but with the fine espresso grind, it extracted more in the same amount of time/water, so it worked out. One more cup will use up the rest of the box of pods, and then I can crack open the Gevalia pods and see what I get.
#!/usr/bin/env bash # simple wrapper for creating/editing 1password secure notes from the # command line, using https://1password.com/downloads/command-line/ # requires jq and md5sum (just to avoid uploading unchanged files) # # must do an initial full sign-in, like this: # op signin my.1password.com firstname.lastname@example.org --shorthand jgreely # (using your sign-in url, account name, secret key, and password) # # The named vault must already exist in your account. SHORTHAND=jgreely VAULT=Notes EDITOR=emacs TOKENFILE=~/.1p_token SESSION= if [ -f $TOKENFILE ]; then SESSION=$(<$TOKENFILE) fi if ! op list vaults --session $SESSION >/dev/null 2>&1; then rm -f $TOKENFILE SESSION= fi if [ ! -f $TOKENFILE ]; then SESSION=$(op signin $SHORTHAND --raw ) touch $TOKENFILE chmod go= $TOKENFILE echo $SESSION > $TOKENFILE fi TMPFILE=$(mktemp /tmp/$(basename $0).XXXXXX) OPTS="--session $SESSION --vault $VAULT" case "$1" in create|new) shift TITLE="$@" if [ -z "$TITLE" ]; then TITLE="(untitled)" fi $EDITOR $TMPFILE op create item "secure note" notesPlain="$(<$TMPFILE)" --title "$TITLE" $OPTS > $TMPFILE UUID=$(jq -r .uuid < $TMPFILE) echo "UUID: $UUID, TITLE: $TITLE" ;; list|ls) op list items $OPTS | jq -r '.|[.uuid,.overview.title]|@tsv' ;; print|cat) shift UUID="$1" op get item "$UUID" --fields notesPlain $OPTS echo ;; less|more) shift UUID="$1" op get item "$UUID" --fields notesPlain $OPTS | less ;; edit) shift UUID="$1" op get item "$UUID" --fields notesPlain $OPTS >> $TMPFILE md5sum $TMPFILE > $TMPFILE.md5 $EDITOR $TMPFILE if md5sum -c --quiet $TMPFILE.md5 >/dev/null 2>&1; then echo "(file not changed)" else op edit item "$UUID" notesPlain="$(<$TMPFILE)" $OPTS fi ;; delete|rm) shift UUID="$1" op delete item "$UUID" $OPTS ;; *) NAME=$(basename $0) cat <<EOF Usage: $NAME [new|ls|cat|less|edit] new TITLE ls (returns UUID and TITLE) cat UUID less UUID edit UUID rm UUID EOF ;; esac rm -f $TMPFILE $TMPFILE.md5 exit 0
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