Category Archives: Blog

Change the locale in Battlefield 4

I won’t humor my esteemed readers with my personal opinion on Battlefield 4 but there is one thing I must get out of the door: Localization in games usually sucks. And it sucks if developers, publishers and digital distribution channels … Continue reading

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SyncBackSE: Schedule a Move Operation on Windows

I have several file-system operations I cannot perform during the day, the machine’s performance would suffer and I would get angry e-mails. So I have to schedule simple move operations. Now I could do this with Windows’ own task scheduler … Continue reading

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Component is no option for me.

I’m a quality whore. Give me quality. What, is costs 5 additional bucks? I think you did not hear me. I said. Give. Me. Quality. When I got my Hauppauge PVR2 GE Plus it only came with component multi-av cables … Continue reading

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My streaming setup

As you have probably noticed if you follow my projects for an extended amount of time, I do love streaming. The idea of personal media has become an incredible creative influx in today’s web culture. Think of great podcasts, let’s … Continue reading

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Bring order to your chaos with File Juggler

I’m a sucker for sweet file-management tools. My ever-growing/changing list of essentials has a new addition and I welcome the fabulous File Juggler. File Juggler is a rather simple, yet powerful tool that allows you to define rules based on … Continue reading

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Windows web stack woes

For quite a while I was not satisfied with the performance of one of my Windows 2008 servers. While the machine had reasonable processing power, a fair amount of RAM and almost no disk IO the rendering performance of PHP … Continue reading

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Transitioned

After a period of transition I finally decided to fully go with blog.tsukasa.eu and redirect requests from tsukasa.jidder.de to here. That way links won’t be broken and I can finally utilize all the modern shennigans I’ve installed. Future ahoy! Edit … Continue reading

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Bitcasa Everywhere Chrome modification for infinite queue

Addendum 2014-05-21: I received a mail from Bitcasa informing me that this modification polls Bitcasa’s services so much that it has undesired side effects. Contrary to what you might believe it was not a threat or any sort of lesson … Continue reading

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Quick note: Bitcasa + prepaid credit-cards

I’m not a fan of credit-cards. Personally speaking, I think Paypal, despite all it’s flaws, is the slightly lesser evil. Paypal gets the one thing right about payment online: Don’t allow charges without user authorization. That’s where credit-cards fall short, … Continue reading

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Shameless Self-Promotion

I’m on App.net now (@tsukasa, obviously). Maybethis means I can finally get rid of Twitter’s ridiculous amount of spam.

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Bitcasa releases new client – to infinity… and beyond?

Remember Bitcasa? The guys who started last year with the daunting promise of infinite cloud storage for a fixed price of 10$/month? I tried the service back in February and wasn’t exactly thrilled, it felt more like a half-assed Dropbox … Continue reading

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Splashtop 2 – Get the Access Anywhere Pack via Amazon

Quick note: The Splashtop 2 app is available from Amazon now. In itself this isn’t really all that interesting – but the fact that the in-app purchase of the Access Anywhere Pack is possible through Amazon is. This means you … Continue reading

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Pochi to Nyaa Soundtrack

Didn’t I just write about the Neo-Geo? Yes, and I realized that this year (or next year, depending on your interpretation of things) Pochinyaa celebrates¬†its 10th anniversary. In case you don’t know the game: Pochi to Nyaa is a puzzle-game … Continue reading

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Launching FBA’s MVS Mode

FB-Alpha is an awesome piece of software. For the games I play (mostly NeoGeo games) it’s damn near perfect because it has an emulated MVS mode where you can queue up to 6 Neo-Geo cartridges and cycle through them after … Continue reading

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ZNC – Cannot see messages with multiple clients?

If you’re using ZNC 1.0 and connect with multiple clients you may have noticed that under certain circumstances you cannot see messages sent from one client on another. The cause could be your module configuration, in my case I had … Continue reading

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