I’m too busy to upload stuff regularly like I used to. I might write something here and there, but not very often.
Also, did some “spring cleaning” on the site.
Just a quick little script. Has a few different options for what kind of password(s) you want to generate. You might want to change /dev/urandom to /dev/random, depending on what you’re doing. It’s pretty sloppy, but it gets the job done, so oh well.
Here’s some example output:
And here’s the script itself:
I was just looking through some old video game screenshots of mine, and found this. Looked pretty neat.
Dragon Age II was garbage, but I had a lot of fun with DA:O.
In other news, I’m currently playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution and will be making a video showing silly and/or glitchy moments I’ve recorded. Yes, it’s far from a new game, but oh well. I’m never really up-to-date on vidya or animu.
Some people might say it’s great, but I think that’s ridiculous. 16:10 is probably the most aesthetically pleasing aspect ratio. But nooooo. We need to go wider, apparently.
Used for Bloomberg (and, well, everything else I use a keyboard for). Has a fingerprint scanner for Bloomberg’s multi-factor authentication, which is nice and secure. It’s pretty loud, and the tactile feedback is alright, but nothing amazing. Keys feel a little cramped compared to my other keyboard which has keys which are spaced out a little more, but oh well. I’ll get used to the smaller layout soon enough.
A couple other notable features about the Bloomberg keyboard include the fact that it has both a PS/2 and USB connector (though you only need to plug in one). Also, it features built-in speakers. I suppose this can be ideal for an office cubicle which doesn’t necessarily have enough room for dedicated speakers. The sound quality isn’t great, but it’s good in case you don’t have any speakers at all.
Also, this keyboard is not plug-and-play. You have to install special drivers for it.
Overall, I like it, but it could be better.