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Why I switched from VScode to Emacs

Why I switched from VScode to Emacs A quick comparison between VScode and Doom Emacs Table of Contents Intro Shortcomings of VS code and how Emacs can fill them Performace Mouse or keyboard (or both)? One thing that cannot be replaced by any extension in VS code, VIM or any other editor: Emacs' Org mode Licensing Shortcomings of Emacs for first-time user Help and community Learning curve Integrated development environment Final words Intro If...

Download all documents with a given extension in a web page using bash

Table of Contents 1. lynx 2. grep 3. wget I used to have a python script that scrapes a given web page and downloads all the files with a given extension from the page. Today, not being able to find my script anymore, I tried to do a similar thing using bash only and interestingly, I was able to do a similar thing using a one-liner. Here is how it works: 1 lynx Lynx is a hero of dumping web pages: lynx -dump https://hadi.timachi.com/ 2 grep We pipe...

My PhD. dissertation - Exploring conformational dynamics and equlibria of ABC transporters using EPR

Exploring conformational dynamics and equlibria of ABC transporters using EPR techniques This is a web version of my PhD thesis. Some copyrighted publications have been omitted and replaced with link to the corresponding webpage. The thesis is published under GPL v2 license. This page might be a bit heavy to load since all figures are of svg format and there are many equations. ...

Timelapse video using photos taken with an android phone

Table of Contents 1. Open camera android app 2. Default camera app 3. Making a video from photos 3.1. Reorder photos (optional) 3.2. Resize (optional) 3.3. Brightness and contrast adjustments and normalization (optional) 3.4. Watermark (optional) 3.5. Make a video 3.5.1. No recompression of jpgs 3.5.2. Using recompression 3.5.3. Lossless 3.6. Compress the video Making a timelapse video out of several photos taken with a specific delay is quite easy in GNU/Linux....

New website

Although I developed and designed many websites since 2004, I never had a personal website/weblog. That is partially due to the fact that I am not a fan of writing. But there are times that I find something important which might be helpful for others, too. This website is supposed to serve that purpose. Therefore, this is officially my first blog post ever. About this website This Django website was originally based on Oscar Forner's website but I have changed a lot, both in the front end and...