Background My phone running Android stopped being able to read its Adoptable Storage™ and so lost all non-stock apps and their data (Riot, OSMand+, Signal, etc) as well as the shared “home dir” containing DCIM, Documents, Downloads. Most of this is backed up in various ways but I’d like to get the whole storage back. The phone is rooted, using the LineageOS method with ADB root access enabled, so I can copy the encryption keys with a USB cable.
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Paul Fenwick - Build your own exobrain bee minder track things inbox count mood (moodscope) what i done each day (i done this) email me what I did last year then they switched it off Bart Massey - Random mental poker (rsa gm http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=mental+poker) Mobile Accessibility FirefoxOS http://www.w3.org/WAI/IndieUI/ http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/aria Citizen Science https://etherpad.mozilla.org/openscience https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Citizen_Science Kronda Stop Crying in the Bathroom and Start Your Own Business Make a Plan scorepdx.
Three collaborative spaces I know well enough to recommend, written up in response to a friend’s search. Collective Agency Open floorplan collectivist space, with lots of community facilities including a full kitchen and side rooms with whiteboards and phones. Some have reported eerie quiet in the main area during the day weirds them out but you should try it and see for yourself. They host an all-day open house once monthly.
I moved my Documents folder into camli (on my home ARM server) and have been accessing it via FUSE for 10 days or so. Overall, the FUSE filesystem has been unstable. 1. FUSE exits occasionally without explaination This is probably an easy fix, I haven’t looked at the code yet. 2. writes block until everything has been uploaded successfully This is painful over slow links. Not only does the writing app (VIM/sublime) block, but also things tmux (not sure why, maybe only one thread in FUSE somewhere?
install debian My Beaglebone (shipped March 15) came stock with Angstrom, which I replaced with the official BB Debian image. Beaglebones are now shipping with Debian preinstalled. http://beagleboard.org/latest-images http://learn.adafruit.com/downloads/pdf/beaglebone-black-installing-operating-systems.pdf trim down The Beaglebone Debian image comes with a bunch of useful stuff (Git, tmux) but it only leaves about 120MB for installing application packages, log files, etc. To see a list of manually installed packages sorted by size, open aptitude and
Grid systems research https://wiki.thingsandstuff.org/Grid/rhythm http://fourkitchens.com/blog/2013/10/14/singularity-grids-without-limits Prioritize result over process purity I am using Harp to build my pages. However, it is sub-optimal when it comes to CSS and JS builds. For CSS, I think I need to be using Ruby Sass instead of libsass, which Harp doesn’t do. For JS, Brunch or Grunt I think. They are purpose-built for that. Maybe something like this makes sense: Sass -> public/styles Brunch -> public/scripts Unfortunately, Harp doesn’t support –watch for compile mode.
Thinking about: Build my site service Whenever I push to Github, my website is updated Website is stored in S3 Should support multiple sites Sub-document granularity a day journal is essentially just a bunch of independent snippets it could be generated from a date index if all the snippets were independently stored then I could index them other ways as well including sorting the private stuff from the public
Ok, let’s try yesterday’s prescription. Feeling: like a storm has passed woke up to birthday wishes (i forgot it was my birthday) Yesterday I rode my bike a bit, but still didn’t get enough exercise I think since I felt weird in the evening.
When is the right time to make positive behavior changes? Every day. Idea: I need a daily health checkin New section of blog Separate from note-taking. Activity log. Looking back one day, and forward to the coming day. Template: Yesterday I _ Today I am feeling _ Plans for today: _