Welcome to my backalley of tilde.town!

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[minigame: read the writing on the wall, before it's too late!]

Status: co-creating a post-facebook world.

~ne1   tinyblog   code   resume   vaults

Latest thoughts/feelings worth sharing:
I have longed to fly through a computer with people since the advent of computing.

It's good to be home! <(^^ >)

Exploring tilde.town:

I'm new to town, so I'm still just exploring. These are my initial ponderings generated by my initial wanderings. May be useful to newcomers.

Favorite commands (a tilde.town cheat sheet):

screen -d -r

screen creates a virtual terminal session in your terminal that can hold multiple terminal sessions inside it. You can also detach and re-attach screen sessions from/to your current terminal session. This is especially useful if your connection drops and ssh stops responding until you reconnect. A screen session will still be saved, and available to reattach to your current terminal. To start up the same screen session when you log back in, use the command screen -d -r, which detaches any existing ongoing session, and reattaches it to your current terminal session so you can pick up right where you left off before your session dropped.

vim -x

vim is the text editor I like to use. The vim -x command can be used to create an encrypted file.

Unanswered questions...
If you have the answer to any of my unanswered questions, please contact me. Neighbors can contact me at ne1@tilde.town