2016.01.10 – Lumpy’s Links

Lumpy’s Links for 2016.01.10

Here they are:

  • Ludicrous – Like WOW. A woman kills her second husband in the same manner and same location as she did the first.
  • Useful – This is under useful because it is. Having origins at West Point a bridge building contest for grades 6-12. Not only is there a contest but free open source software for anyone to play with.
  • Music – Like concerts? Check out the post I put up about The Music Vault at indienation.fm
  • Photo – This week I am going to go with the image I am sharing after the break. It was the winner of the National Geographic Photo Contest for 2015
  • Yours (Something from the web’s social networks)- I would consider this a useful read, a breif history of the ESA. I happened on it via facebook
  • Science – Gizmodo has a nice list of Science stories to watch in 2016

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Keepass – 9 Years Later and I Still Use It

KeePass – Free Open Source Password Management

I originally posted about this awesome software almost a decade ago.  Since I still use and swear by it, I think it certainly worth a re-post here. Continue reading “Keepass – 9 Years Later and I Still Use It”

A Historical Cat Twitter Bot and More from The Digital Library of America

Free and Open Source – The Digital Library of America

Those of you who know me know I am totally into podcasts and open source software.  One of my favorite podcasts is FLOSS Weekly.  The podcast is NOT about dental care, FLOSS is short for Free Libre Open Source Software.  The episode currently in my earbuds is all about The Digital Library of America. Continue reading “A Historical Cat Twitter Bot and More from The Digital Library of America”