Sunday, August 16, 2020

I rinsed off, after a few days out, or so, and a kind man had his leftover pizza sent to me, after I ate out of the trash. All of a sudden, a micro-squirrel shows up on my thigh. (photoblog).

 People who get hung out to dry on my stories that develop of my days, recently, might have witnessed the unexpectedly pop magic squirrel, out of nowhere, showing up for a mischievous and novel buddy moment, to much appreciation. 

Here, as I rinsed off, and prepare for becoming tired, and perhaps that I could procure a place to rest well for the night, while being called out, for appearances sake, I suppose that tonight is the night to not fail and fall short of people's expectations of perhaps that some of the revelers of the evening would witness the squirrel toy thing that I employ as part of my public relations model. 

Here's the latest squirrel allegory; in this case, a significantly floret micro-squirrel, seated on my thigh, for a reminder of on squirrel showing up thing.

Saturday, August 15, 2020

The zsh shell scrum of coming to build wn (WordNet 3.0) by Princeton on my machine.

 Amongst various other things, including setting up my Google Coral USB Accelerator Edge TPU device, and installing MacPorts (which might simply just not work, quite yet, given so many errors - I've had more consistent luck in installing Unix packages using Homebrew), I've gotten back in to the flow of performing SysAdmin tasks on the macOS terminal, which is the powerhouse Command Line Interface terminal app based on the Bourne Again Shell, [apparently] now using zsh, instead of sh, as the central bash terminal (I've got to look into this new development; I'm not quite up on it, at the moment).

But, I did get (wn) WordNet 3.0 installed on to my computer, as I plan to reference it in replete form, in a future GTD development and production task, of perhaps a web app or published Google Play and App Store offering, for the basis of offering a casual inference scrum of psychological aberrance and intelligence determination to shoo away malingerers of the remote observation scram butthole sociopathic narcissist and borderline personality disorder developments-games-playing sort, as I find that they do playful and inquisitive things; true, yet I find that they also have a common core issue of disclosure in honesty in a well-enough replete and timely manner, and it (conceivably) takes up remote observation law enforcement hours, whereas a dum-dum tool would quickly and systematically derive modeled, statistics and time-honored (and ordained) numbers and perhaps colloquial psychological inferences and Freudian Slips, even, of a deep-digging scrum of inference basis, that is only momentarily funny - and after all, these guys (since it's commonly largely guys doing this to me) sometimes "act out." 

All in all, this could be just one of several developmental toolkit product aspiration projects that I'll work at, over the coming months and years, and the ostensible goal is to demonstrate, stimulate, and inspire, through viable intelligence development efforts within the problem area demographics of which I have both experience and concurrency in, for a decades' long history, to date, and for years to come, in to the foreseeable future. 

Here's the dump of my bash command line history, in case people would like to scrum through it and marvel over the intricacies and raw compute visualizations that the Terminal app, in a Unix platform, such as macOS, provide - of the power wielded by the user (SysAdmin), when good form, in a bash Command Line Interface, is procured, through rediscovering the fundamentals and essentials of bash terminal scripting. It's a common hopeless trawl, through numerous failures, at times, but I've come across reputable sources and project foundries, well enough, to get me back in to the swing of command line interface scripting and Unix SysAdmin development tasks - this command line history is the ostensible story of what's been in the works of my compute scrum bwitsies parlance, since four days ago, at this point (it seems like it had been going on for so long...).

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Scrum bwitsies search results, upon searching: ""


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Friday, August 7, 2020

While Waiting for Apple Silicon, some macOS App Store Bwitsies Apps to Appease Eager iPadOS User Interface Aficionados.

Not that I really need to, off hand, but I seemed to be of the casual belief that the Screen Recording feature, which was pretty cool and (I feel) more effective, in a way, for the increased hand-eye coordination and unseen action, off-screen, of that which the mouse pointer and menus would portray, on a laptop or desktop Mac computer, for example - was (momentarily, though) non-existent. 

It's somewhat a behind-the-scenes dirty work job, imaginably, for some developers, for example, to be the localized and distributed app creator (imaginably). That's how it gets portrayed, in my mind; that is. They go up out to Cupertino, ragin' on fwapp, ready to rumble, for the fact that they get nowhere in their App Review submissions, or something like that. Maybe it's just some off-camera excitement and hurrahs that I get in my discrete channeling. Who knows? This is the App Store, after all. It's somewhat the Holy Grail of many aspiring developers' efforts, after much time, dedication, and hopes towards seeding out in to the big software ocean. It's like making it to the big screen, for an actor, or for the crew and production teams, and post-editors, etc., in the film business.

Here, in this case, I found a floating small-UI footprint app that takes care of screenshots, with annotations and markup, screen recording, GIF creation, and it does webcam recording - all saved in the cloud. I haven't checked the features out, just yet, of this app, and I have been running in to some brick wall (simply) portrayably, an App Store app [that works... <_<.../`* yet it doesn't - not much of an issue; [this is a beta-chugging MacBook Air 2020 i3 Intel Ice Lake CPU-made computer, running macOS 11 beta, which is geared towards creating (conceivably), a more universal iPadOS | macOS hybrid, which developers had been alluding to, in Mac Catalyst and in SideCar, in recent development offerings and in macOS features of recent releases of the native operating system features, in and of themselves].

I suppose I'll update this article with other similar iPadOS | macOS crossfade small and ad hoc apps, that bend the common expectation of handheld tablet development versus laptop and desktop standard features.

Here's CloudApp. It's hosted as a web app, as well (whatever that means...?) - and I've included the native System Preferences menu feature of the « original » macOS Screen Recording, which is found within the Security and Privacy tab.

uggh... of on fwopp-mode no 

of how it's different, now... How it's 6 a.m. and I hadn't slept, yet, and the fwopp-mode splotch of a standard day's bwitsy shitsicle's tidbits, "just because: it's important:" has worked it's way into a burnt out fart mode, instead, but the pressures inside had built up in to a near-embolism, up past my jowls n' stuff... but it is my jowls, a bit, also...

Nah... somehow, whatever... 



Okay, but I finally got around to actually testing out how this app works on the new macOS 11 beta, and it turns out that it's pretty slick in how it gets itself about and good-in-going. For one thing, it does work, and it plays out a bit cool in how the permissions panel pops up, and then the System Preferences Security and Privacy permission thing gets scripted in, and pops up - pretty clean. All that's left is to accept permission for the app, which I already said earlier, and, inferentially; I'm perhaps just not good for it, myself, ... since it was about that, to begin with; somehow... or something. <_<.../`*

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Through watching too much porn, I happened upon a [poorly]-branded porn site, but a cool show came up, out of it.

Tiny Nuts

TV program
Tiny NutsTV-14 | Comedy | TV Series (2014– ) Episode Guide. 9 episodes. Fresh from college graduation, friends and roommates, Taylor and Caroline, try to negotiate the challenges of "adult life." Their third roommate, Walnut, a 4-pound chihuahua, provides a great distraction from their troubles.

How to make your new 2020 Apple MacBook | Air | Pro / iMac, etc. scrum bwitsies. (Accessibility | UI).

People who have been fans of transliterative bwitsies blogging would be fast aficionados of macOS' latest capabilities with Spoken Content Accessibility features, in System Preferences. Just take a quick look at my screenshot here.

You would see (if the back screen wasn't blocked out, a bit), that the process that mans (daemon>s) the Accessibility Speaking Voices is « softwareupdated »... " " : (for emphasis; it's a daemon service worker of the operating system, imaginably - ... Big D, that is). Inferring from this, quite obviously, the developers considered the facet of being capable of hearing back details of information in spoken form an updated version of the software. 

Here, with various check box options, and User Interface modifications, the screen itself comes alive, with some scrumming about of the Magic Trackpad: on focused items, on selected items, on hovered items, and more. There's a jog controller a la former iOS | iPadOS Accessibility features, here in macOS 11 Big Sur beta, and off-hand, I'm not quite sure if these particular combinations of Accessibility features had been included in earlier 10.15 / 10.16 versions of macOS. (It's been a while since I've been a Mac expert, of some reputable sort of claim). 

Try it out! The operating system interface really seems to zoom, with the multiple streams of simultaneous spoken content being iterated as you move about, select, hover, think, choose, etc., around the screen, as you decide what to do.