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Link-O-Rama: Keeping A Daily Journal Could Change Your Life

Keeping A Daily Journal Could Change Your Life
Great article. Great title. Very thought provoking. It was good enough to make me, for the hundredth time, start a new journal, write exactly one entry in it, and then get on with my life.
Journaling, exercise, meditation and all it''s variations including mindfulness … they all frankly blow.

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Link-O-Rama: Why can''t I understand spoken french?? - WordReference Forums

Why can''t I understand spoken french?? - WordReference Forums
Why? WHY?! POUR QUOI?!

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Aural Ambiguity

Listen to this word in French:   speaker icon

Know what it means?

Are you sure?

Me neither. At this point in my life, I can read and write in French and speak it real good. And my accent isn't bad at all. But my comprehension still sucks.

When a person speaks to me in French, I hear only jibberish. Lately, it's become even worse because I (and I'm sure that all my French friends feel this way too) should have gotten my comprehension down by now!

I blame my ears, the rest of me, and literally everything else in the world but most of all, I blame the language itself! Click below to hear the French for each of the following words:

  • Green   speaker icon
  • Toward/Towards   speaker icon
  • (Poetic) Verse   speaker icon

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Saved KiTTY Password Extraction

image of my KiTTY open terminal dialog.

Recently I needed to scp to a linux box that I had long ago lost the password to, but luckily I had that password saved in KiTTY. This awesome Intertip allowed me to recover that lost password in just 8 simple steps:

  1. Load the session with the stored password into KiTTY
  2. Go to the Session -> Logging
  3. Enable logging for SSH packets and raw data
  4. Uncheck the Omit known passwords fields box
  5. Start the session, wait until it logs you in
  6. Close the KiTTY window
  7. Go to your KiTTY folder and open the log file
  8. Find the "Send
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