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I'm currently reading "The Art Of Computer Programming" by Donald Knuth. The book is easy to read despite the topic. It's really wonderful ✨

I now use the latest nvmutil, to set *random* MAC addresses on every laptop I sell!

I sell ThinkPads with coreboot and Debian Linux on my store: minifree.org

Coreboot replaces proprietary BIOS/UEFI boot firmware giving you more secure control of your boot experience.

I wrote nvmutil myself, recently, to replace an older tool that I wrote before. One of its main benefits is that it can set random MAC addresses, hardcoded in the flash. This is the "default" MAC address, for your NIC.

Trying to work with ! Currently using it for a Telegram bot, but maybe something else in the future? ~

By the way, currently I'm trying to make all my public repositories better. You can watch my progress here: github.com/arichr/arichr/issue

Rewritten my module for . I'm planning to add a support for Gopher-Over-SSL later.
Check it out: t.co/4NvS1MlU1F

Found an interesting type of music. It feels like speedcore remixes of the classics.
youtube.com/watch?v=5jJU-pLjdz

I'm currently reading "The Art Of Computer Programming" by Donald Knuth. The book is easy to read despite the topic. It's really wonderful ✨

Just installed Arch Linux. Thanks @ohmyzsh for such great framework.

A bit disappointed, that nowadays are trying to make more people use them, not to make features work as expected.

Just found Ubuntu App Design Guides. It has some vibes from the past... Unity, Ubuntu SDK IDE and etc.
design.ubuntu.com/apps

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