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About bitsanddragons

A traveller, an IT professional and a casual writer

Download Thunderbird emails as txt files

I’m still on holidays. Yes I am! Despite of the the tags of the post. But I can’t avoid thinking about what I need to do when I come back after my holidays. I’d love to have a law like … Continue reading

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Geography issues

It is hard to understand the geography of this new world. In principle, one can think it’s not so different, since people tend to stay around the area of the City they end up after falling, the inhabited clusters we … Continue reading

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Not so easy

Sorry guys but it looks like I can’t comfortably connect from here, so probably this blog will experience a holiday break. Besides, I’m in another time zone, which adds a plus to it if you are a man of costumes. … Continue reading

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Kernel Seville

Right after we finished our onigiris the mecacar slowed down. From before, I know that a decrease of speed means the destination is close by or a change of path. Sometimes, you simply look like going in a straight direction, but … Continue reading

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The road

“Doctor Wolfgang?” I never managed to convince Hiro that he can call me by my name, not by my title. Old habits die slowly. “Yes?” The mecacar has been moving for a while in a straight line, speeding up through … Continue reading

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Packing up

It took us a couple of days to pack up our things. When you’re a field archaeologist, the problem is not to pack things but to actually leave the digging place. I find it quite annoying that, on the history … Continue reading

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Install ionic on Cent OS 7

I want to develop an app. It was recommended to me to do it using ionic.  My system is Cent OS 7. This is the story of how I reached a healthy ionic framework. The Ampersand academy has a short … Continue reading

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