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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Mail, built TTT using ffmpeg command-line tools like:
ffmpeg -i "2019-04-10 18-38-22.flv" -ss 0.00 -t 337.79 -c copy a.flv
resulting in a much smaller output; hey ho.
Appalled by the usability of Apple Enterprise App development:
requiring a different Apple id and thus making switching accounts (via
needing two factor authentication) a matter of major upheaval on one
of your devices each time the account switches; shame.
Disappointed to see the growing intolerance of people
who hold different opinions: fundamentally sounds like the very definition of
bigotry. There is a twisted irony in some modern mis-usage of the word
bigot to mean: "person whose views I don't like, and thus whom I can't tolerate".
An interesting trend; some suggest
that postmodern liberals cannot comprehend the idea that one could simultaneously
reject a belief and accept the person who holds it. Perhaps that is a consequence
of the polarized ideological echo-chambers people we are all drawn to, and can easily
inhabit these days. Does diversity of viewpoint necessarily imply acrimonious
conflict: hopefully not - no matter how politically 'useful' such conflicts are
presumed to be to whomever stoke them.
Sync with Muhammet, out for dinner with J. in the evening - lovely.
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Novell, The Document Foundation, Spaghetti Hurlers (International),
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It's also important to realise that I'm not in on the Swedish Conspiracy.
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