This year had some events, big and small, in my life. Time to review them. I don't have some art this time, so here's just a wall of text.
First thing is a very short AMV not unlike the ones AMV Hell consists of. I've had this idea about making a Naruto AMV with a specific song for a couple of years now but I just kept forgetting. Second, recently, I found myself wanting some youtubers I watch to give a shout out to a few games from my school days. Obviously, this is virtually impossible because a) there's no way of reaching them when they have millions of fans and b) the resulting video most likely won't be entertaining for their audience.
…that the Linux distributions are many. But there aren't actually that many of them. Sure, there are literally thousands of so called “distributions” that quite a lot of software developers complain about, but if you look at them, almost all of them are spin-offs (and compatible ones) of just a few major distributions. How did I come to this conclusion? I became bored and wanted to try something new. But when I looked around, I didn't see anything new.
So, today is December 31st, 2014. It's time to summarize everything I've done during the year of horse. Thankfully, I kept most of the important events in this blog. Coding First (according to this blog, because I have terrible memory), I started sharing my code. The first script I shared was to “rip” music from Google Music Android app. Mostly I shared my SlackBuilds. Later this year I set up a git repo, and near the end of the year I finally made a GitHub account.
I've been thinking recently about my position in society, specifically about the people I can call my friends. Conclusion: I am lonely, even though I technically have people to talk to.
I have a serious problem with money handling. I just can't stop spending them, especially if I'm bored. And if only I'd spend them on something I actually need, like a couple of HDD to recover data from the broken ones; or a new pair of shoes, new pants; or at least lunches, for gods’ sake. But no, I prefer to starve myself every day, to wear clothes with holes for months if not years, etc.