You would like to share your photos with others but would prefer to use your own webspace instead of a social media platform or file hoster?
I have composed a small collection of Linux commands, tools and hints.
The document contains a variety of basic commands for beginners, but also includes some hints and commands which might be useful for advanced users (e.g. as a kind of look-up table).
Note that some of the commands are only available on Ubuntu / Debian based systems.
I’m a person who really likes to take photos on vacation, and I would be frustrated if I lost some (or even all) of them before I get home. When you think about it, there are many things that could happen to your camera and memory card: You could lose it, or it could get damaged, stolen or experience a hardware failure. Therefore I think it’s important to make a backup of your photos on a daily basis. But how?
Here are a few tips on what accessories might be useful for your mirrorless system camera.
I call the following accessories ‘essential’ because they are extremely handy and I wouldn’t take my camera anywhere without them.
Admittedly, room acoustics is quite a complex matter, but I will try to present it as structured and briefly as possible.
This article is aimed at people who want to get the most out of their speaker system at home. However, this is not a complete how-to guide, it will only give you an overview and hints to point you in the right direction.
Note that some basic knowledge about sound and loudspeakers is required in order to understand this article.
If you are looking for new loudspeakers, then you’ll soon realize that the selection on the market is overwhelming. On top of that, we get confused and biased by advertisements and the countless technical terms.
This guide is supposed to help beginners through the HiFi jungle.