linux for the rest of us
Thunar Dropbox - a plugin for Dropbox Uploader
A simple extension to Dropbox Uploader that provides a convenient method to share your Dropbox files with one click! Read about how to install and what to expect!
A simple bash script to automatically suspend idle home server to save electricity
The script measures an in/outbound network traffic and logs in given intervals. If the amount of data sent from the server don't exceeds a set limit, the server suspends itself. It's a very useful script intended to use in home servers that are not meant to be turned on constantly.
It's hard to make progress in this world
You spend the first 20-something years of your life musing about how you'll use the rest that are left. If you are lucky, you hit on an idea. Then you spend next decade on actual learning the skills you will need to achieve your goal. Oh, by the way - there is life. Your private life.
Simple automatic PHP image gallery with Bootstrap, SASS and Lightbox integration
This is a simple PHP script that scans the content of a directory for photos and automatically generates a image gallery. Exif data is read and put into photo's captions. Thumbnails are allocated in Bootstrap responsive, scalable grid. Images can be smoothly previewed thanks to lightbox javascript. CSS stylesheet is generated from SASS .scss for faster development.
Reasons why I think you should leave facebook and start blogging (or shouldn't)
Blogging is not for everyone, but those who write abundant facebook posts or in-depth comments may consider making their own website. Here I discuss pros and cons of it encouraging everyone who has something interesting to say to start publishing, for the benefit of both author and potential readers.
Please do not answer 'Just Google it, dude!'. Never.
Have you ever tried to google for advice? Have you then crashed over the answer 'Just google it!'? Of course, with proper commitment and time invested you will finally find it. But it could have been a waaay easier if only people had taken one simple advice...