Author Archives: ruedigergad

List of Publications Added

I just added a list of my publications to my website so that anyone who is interested can see the line of research I was and am currently working in. I am also considering to write a short wrap-up about … Continue reading

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Poor Man’s Data Munging in the Linux Shell

This is just a brief cheat sheet style of post. While there are many sophisticated tools for processing data out there, sometimes, it may be more convenient or quicker to just use the tools the Linux shell provides (Please note … Continue reading

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Panoramic Photos, “Beautiful British Columbia”, Canada

In this post, I upload some panoramic photos I took in May during a trip to “Beautiful British Columbia”, Canada, which, I think, truly deserves this byname. Even though I just visited a very small part of British Columbia, I … Continue reading

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#Pebble App for #SailfishOS / #Jolla Updated: SkippingStones 0.17

Recently, I have been even more busy than usually. As one consequence, I couldn’t really keep track of announcing improvements in SkippingStones. In this post, I try to summarize the most important changes very briefly and add a link to … Continue reading

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#Pebble App for #SailfishOS / #Jolla Updated: SkippingStones 0.10

In the last days, I put a little bit more work into my SkippingStones app that enables the usage of Pebble smart watches with Jolla smartphones. The result is SkippingStones version 0.10 which features the following improvements. Improved Handling of … Continue reading

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New Panoramic Photos

Below are two new panoramic photos. The first one was taken some time ago in Palmengarten Frankfurt. The second shows clouds in the view from Bad Vilbel Heilsberg in the directions Frankfurt and Taunus.

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Control #crazyflie with #zeemote

Recently, I got a Crazyflie. As I also own two Zeemote JS1 remote controls, using these for controlling the Crazyflie suggested itself to me. In a previous post, I introduced QZeeControl 2 which enables using Zeemote remote controls, e.g., on … Continue reading

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