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last night when drinking I wanted to make a post on my own blog/thread thing, just some stupid thoughts with an image of the drunk cat. but then I realized I never got around to making that blog page, so here it is.
its setup as simple as I could come up with, a timestamp_post.txt and a timestamp.ext to make up the post with image. then some terrible php to turn that into actual posts in this thread, and an endpoint for me to make posts.
thats all it is, quite like it tbh
so now that the full toolchain for comfy posting is setup I want to start off with sharing my festive sip atm.
late night bodged cream coffee:
- some advocaat (dutch thicker eggnog)
- add vodka until desired viscosity
- fill up with roughly 1/3 black coffee
wonder if it makes more sense to do this blog thread thing with new posts at the bottom or top, imageboards go with the former, and it'd make more sense to me. but all the current social media infinite scroll garbage goes with adding new stuff at the top.
might just add a little '#latest' label to go to the bottom, or since this post will still be in the top anyway let me tell you here to go there.
some more reflecting; its my blog im going to add new posts wherever I like, and I even threw on a #latest point at the bottom if you dont want to press page down or end
not sure why anyone would ever want to keep track of this, but I did add an rss since thats what all the cool places seem to do now.
its that time of year again, merry decembermas. this year with real christmas tree.
recommended sips: lidl glühwein, dont bother picking up any more expensive ones or from other supermarkets, the lidl one is the nicest one. the only thing it lacks is alcohol % at only 8.5% abv, but its still nice with some vodka mixed in.
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<and even redtext
rejoice; me, myself and I
small PSA to also not bother buying advocaat unless its the lidl one, one from another supermarket had rosemary in it.
take care out there
so today I picked up another bottle of alcohol, as you do to celebrate the work day being over. and while I wasnt paying attention the cashier gift wrapped my bottle of stroh rum.
this gift wrapped bottle of discount rum (only 12.99 for 1l) with alcohol themed paper just sums up this month so well I thought I'd make a post about it.
look forward to how it'll do with the advocaat this weekend.
another weekend another creamy holiday mix,
stroh rum and advocaat, or 'eggrog':
- some nice amount of stroh rum, take care if its the 80% abv
- add advocaat to desired creaminess
it really works surprisingly well, possibly also a good mix for jager but I've yet to try that.
as mentioned in >>1638051856
could also use eggnog, probably
if I close my eyes it burns like alcohol, also gluhwein with stroh is also a very valid mix
that is all havea nice weekend
sad news, advocaat and jager doesnt really mix. I think the problem is the jager is already pretty sugary so it just turns into sweeter even thicker jager, and I just dont like sweet stuff enough to enjoy this experience. if you like the idea of overly sweet liquorish in drink form, go for it though.
same mix as the stroh add advocaat till desired creaminess.
I for one will be sticking with my pure jager shots and 'eggrog'
(2.69MB, image/jpeg)>setting up the site for small width due to my browsing setup has caused it to somewhat work for phones
please note that if this by any chance is also the case on your mobile device, it wasnt intentional.
this concludes the psa.
smartphones and their consequences have been a disaster for the internet and technology as a whole. I look forward to the day I no longer need to carry the one issued by work.
this lidl 'vermouth blanco' I picked up because they were out of glühwein: surprisingly good.
for some reason it just tastes exactly like cough syrup, and its great! the slightly sweet stingy mediciny taste of it goes very well cold on a wintery evening. as its only 14.5% abv though and a bit on the sweet side it can benefit from being strengthened with some vodka, besides that its pretty much perfect.
if you're ever at the lidl at the section that normally has the advocaat and glühwein in stock but they're all out because its near some holiday, pick some up by all means, definitely an okay winter sip.
RE, I guess: new years resolution (https://yukinu.com/blog/new-years-resolution.html
I dont do any kind of new years resolution as some people do, but I do pretend to have goals like 'unfuck life this year hopefully'. which I intend to carry over from 2020 to 2022 as 2021 was a disaster in that regard.
on another note, cheers to all webring and blogging lads this year, its been fun and a pretty relaxing form of posting. while I do think I prefer regular nearly dead forums for back and forth chat just throwing random things happening atm out there is quite nice to do on a personal blog. it's also a good speed for my current life where I dont have much time on my hands and get back to stuff mostly the day after, similar to forums but more long lasting.
cheers to all trying to keep the old web vibes alive, hope to see it expand to more people and sites in 2022.
merry holidays and happy hacking.
after seeing how nice and within spec attachments/enclosures on yukinus rss worked I decided to go with throwing any images or other files I attach in my blog posts in there in the rss feed.
I'm less reluctant to do it this way than adding more html into the posts. cant see any rss readers choking on it since they can just ignore the enclosure field, but let me know if they do.
due to readers caching posts it'll probably not show up on old posts unless you readd the feed, but you'll see it in this post at least, which contains a very useful image. at least now if I ever make a post including a picture with some schematic or drawing it'll also go over rss, the 2022 bleeding edge of technology experience.
can pretty much nvm this point entirely, while it works fine in thunderbird, and has been a part of the spec since the 2000s: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_enclosure
, it just doesnt seem to work on any of the random other rss feed reader sites I'm testing, so its probably not widely adopted. whatever I guess.
if you want to see the images you can just go to the site like always, I made all attempts I'm willing to do to add the file into the rss feed as well.
bit of a shame really quite liked this as solution to bringing the attachments over to the rss feed.
back to the regular weekend sips, this is pretty much what I'm drinking 9/10 times.
a mix of coffee and bottomshelf vodka, my preferred method of preparing it:
- cold black coffee, just fill the entire mug
- drink some, maybe 1/3 of it or something
- fill it back up with vodka
- repeat throughout evening
this is a very versatile mix, since the strength will change depending on how far you get into the evening. it'll work fine for short evenings as it doesnt get that potent, and will get you plenty the way there in weekends.
I really like the lidl selection of dried sausage, if thats the proper english translation
especially the pepper one(left) is great because no one ever buys it, they're pretty cheap too and go down great as drinking snacks. as for drinks, still drinking the vodka coffee and lidl cough syrup tasting wine mixes, not much to talk about there. every time I pick up more flavored alcohols like rum or even whiskey I somewhat regret bothering so I'm probably just going to stick to random vodka mixes and plain vodka for the forseeable future, unless something interesting is on sale at the liquor store.
thats really all, I plan to make some more technology related posts in the future dont worry.
I know I promised technology related, but whatever its my blog anyway I can post whatever abysmal content I want.
this evening its mandarin vodka, as in mandarin in vodka. it knocks down the sweetness of the mandarin and gets rid of some of the rubbing alcohol taste of the vodka afterwords, a win win in my book, hell its probably even some form of healthy because theres fruit in it.
something something the true dutch drink because of cheapest dutch vodka + orange (mandarin) together at last
enjoying a college classic tonight, vodka and redbull. normally I wouldnt get redbull but it was on bulk sale today so I treated myself to make this nostalgic mix.
its just roughly 60/40, the light sparkling and taste is real nice, drinks away as easy as just redbull without being overly sweet, highly recommended for any nightly activities.
also so I can keep myself reminded of it, I will be posting a slightly more detailed structural overview of this blogging setup I have here. I saw some other anons in the lain webring post about how they set up theirs and I got motivated to write up some about this shitposting thread/blog I have here.
PS: might forget anyway in which case look forward to the next shitty vodka mix I'm drinking, cheers
instead of doing any of that, mixed up an entire batch of classic redbull + vodka, see you lads tomorrwo take care
so, that post explaining this blog backend in more detail, here it is in all its horror.
basically its still as explained in the first post >>1638019983
but with extra formatting and rss. a typical workflow looks like this:
1) do a vim /tmp/whatever and write up a post
2) decide if I want to make/find an image or attachment to add to it
3) run my small curl wrapper script for a post request to the site, blog.sh /tmp/whatever /path/to/img.ext
4) api will handle the post:
- format post with title header
- move to /blog/timestamp_post.txt
- move attachment to /blog/timestamp.ext
5) get a link to the post back to throw at someone
then, when a request to the page or rss are made the backends will generate either the html page or rss xml from these files, all formatting like clickable links, post references, green/red text and image attachments in the rss are all done in the generation step.
I realize I couldve done this with caching, generating the page only if a new post is made for both site and rss, but I like it being realtime made from the files so I can easily edit posts or images without rerunning anything. if it ends up ever not scaling anymore I'll throw in some simple logic to only generate the pages on new posts.
also see the hastily scribbled down overview in the pic related.
*** B O N U S P O S T - morning after drinking too much revival steps ***
so that redbull mix drank away way too easy, and I thought I'd share my methods of getting back up and running when waking up absolutely wrecked from such an experience. this has always helped me get back into the world of the living:
- drink some water when waking up, just to get a head start
- shower, use plenty of soap, try not to fall
- get some cereal
- throw in a lot of raisins
- add plenty milk
- when or during consuming that mix up the following drink in a large glass:
- spoon of honey
- some ginger, preferably the syrop stuff
- bit of lemon juice
- top up with water
after having gone through all these steps you should start to feel like you still have organs left, and maybe even feel like you could drink again this evening.
tonoight in cheap snack and drinks weekend:
I found an even less selling lidl sausage, garlic dried sausage
the camera is all sticky from last weeks redbull vodka experience
vodka and coffee is still a great mix
that is all have a good weekend
thats right, I've got nothing, so heres a quick discount vodka review
tito's, some american made vodka, very overpriced but on sale now:
pretty nice, smooth and with a hint of sweetness, slight bite
gorlovka bottom shelf dutch vodka:
my go to, cheap and decent, bit rubbing alcohol tasting
zubrowka, that meme grass vodka:
pricy, just tastes of grass slightly, not really feeling it
tired of drinking stuff neat not giving the same comforting burn anymore?
try some stroh 80, it still mostly tastes like the regular stroh even.
ps, its not a problem its a solution. I'll figure out something more technical to post here one day, I'm also working on some new pcb designs for an ssh controlled relay board, if that ever goes anywhere I'll be sure to document some of the developments here
imagine this, you have your nice lidl air dried salami that was on sale. the casing is slightly fibery but tastes alright overall. then at half way down the second sausage you look at the packaging and it reads "sausage casing not edible".
why are these things allowed, why do casings taste fine/great if they're not supposed to be eaten, what is it even made of.
that is all, see it as a public service anouncement or something, btw it still tastes fine and I will also eat the last of sausge I have left including the casing
its been one of those weeks,
- fruit of choice, grapes were looking nice
- other liquor of choice, I had stroh 80 still to spice it up
- optionally jam, didnt have any
have a good one
so that 'ssh controlled relay board' from >>1644703588
isnt quite going as planned. I'm now at the stage of instead making a simple atmega + ethernet interface board, hear me out here
- no need to deal with wireless
- no need to deal with bigger mcus
- ability to use poe (less wiring for me)
- can still do ssh anyway behind an internal only vlan and existing home server as ssh interface
having worked out what I actually wanted I'm currently throwing together a board based on part scarcity motivated junk including: atmega16u4 mcu, enc28j60 ethernet interface, xs2100s poe controller. so far its going 'alright', at this speed I should have something to order prototypes of in a couple weeks, maybe parts arriving to see if it blows up in the next months.
if any chinese manufacturer stumbles upon this great idea please steal it and make it for me so I dont have to deal with working out all the details.
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as multiple people pointed out and I noticed too it was very slow to load the pictures before, hopefully this helps
very lazily implemented where it generates the thumb on lack of one in the main data parsing, but it works
quick aditional tip on surviving from drinking to death day after, pickle sticks are very nice as bonus snacks after the steps in >>1643464458
have a good one, cheers
the weather is getting warmer again and I hate it
that is all, good luck again this week
dust, I like dust
dont bother cleaning it'll only be single digits temperature differences
remember you can only keep it 'clean' for a short while but it can stay 'dusty' forever
for the record this psu still works, I've only swapped it because the cables were starting to annoy me. it will be repurposed for a bodged fixed voltage bench supply later
the easter weekend, discount jenevers (dutch gin).
both were on sale, so a quick compare:
claims to be double distilled and extra smooth, tastes like it as well very smooth with a slight grainy afternotes
doesnt mention anything fancy, tastes very natural in a good way, clean taste of the juniper and grain
should mention these are both what they call 'young' jenever, which tends to not be as grainy and rich tasting as the older variant. but that does make it quite a lot cheaper.
out of the two I think ketel1 is my favorite mainly because they mention still using a coal heated still and its slightly less sweet. but both are nice and will do me well these days
if you do ever find yourself in a jenever rich store I still recommend my favorite, 'oude graan jenever', the 'old' variant of jenever, which is very natural with a stronger grainy aftertaste but as mentioned before more pricy.
cheers, take it easy, merry eastermas
throat hurts and still want to drink?
throw in a random assortment of cough drops with some clear liquor
thats all enjoy, remember theres always a way
(1.43MB, image/png)>>1650670855>feel like shit all week
>decide I want to drink anyway last night
<actually feel great waking up today
life is joke
for years, possibly longer, ever since I did file hosting with nginx. I've always claimed 'encoding is still fucked', as it didnt correctly do unicode in text files and other places. it was kinda fixed with setting it on mimetypes but that caused more problems. similarly I could also fix it only for html but then that still didnt fix it when linking ot plaintext directly. anyways turns out you only need this one thing on server scope:
thats it, no need to fuck with mimetypes or other things, just add that and it'll all work out.
drinking projects, not games or snacks but small things to assemble while drinking an evening away. chinese kits or board design/pcb assembly in general is great for this.
so last night I built this little geiger counter I forgot I ordered. a cajoe v1.1, they even have a github https://github.com/2969773606/GeigerCounter-V1.1
that aside, soldering and drinking are a great combo, you get to enjoy the flux fumes, lead, burn your fingers, excuse poor motor skills under the comfort of light alcohol poisoning.
thats all, enjoy. on a side note non of my questionable chinese items were radioactive which is also nice to know