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Setting up Volume and Brightness Indicators

August 29, 2021

Hello readers, and welcome to our first actual tutorial! So setting up volume and brightness keys with a tiling WM is pretty much trivial, and may even already be done for you. For reference, the keys you want to use are called XF86AudioRaiseVolume, XF86AudioLowerVolume, XF86AudioMute, XF86MonBrightnessUp, XF86MonBrightnessDown, etc, with the full list of supported keys being at the Linux Questions Wiki. I use sxhkd, so you may need to consult your keybind or window manager’s documentation for the correct syntax, but the actual commands will be the same. Read More

Get All Your Video Subscriptions in One Place With Rss

May 19, 2021

As we all know, YouTube is becoming increasingly hostile to independent voices, in large part because of extreme political bias but also because they don’t want to pay smaller channels who bring them less ad revenue. And if that’s how they want to play it, then fine, the smaller channels and their audiences will just move to greener pastures and YouTube will remain the platform of choice for bottom-of-the-barrel normie garbage. Read More

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What Are Rss Feeds

May 17, 2021

tl;dr RSS Feeds let you subscribe to your favorite sites To use them you’ll need an RSS reader You can get a simple one here and add this link to subscribe to this blog There’s a lot that’s wrong with the Internet today, not least black-box recommendation algorithms, egregious violations of privacy, blatant censorship, and domination by a corrupt media. Amidst all this chaos though, there is a technology that gives readers a simpler way to keep up with their favorite sites, and so much more. Read More

Tags: Web, RSS