Welp. http://t.co/r4i9jTZAsq http://t.co/AzjGwTGyUa
NÅ snakker vi ordfører! Sånn skal det være. http://t.co/lm7atgMJXg
Vant pris for ny ide om frakting av sykler gjennom tunneler. http://t.co/deX3vgDcje
Strålende og viktig at MDG får gode målinger så mange ulike steder i landet! Bra jobba! (Hilsen Oslojente) https://t.co/fsrWIg56AH
Apropos bevæpning i Norge: Mere sight of a gun makes police – and public – more aggressive, experts say http://t.co/pdzMCPqKGX
Imagine you have an old and a new computer. You want to get rid of that old computer, but it still contains loads of files. Some of them are already on the new one, some aren’t. You want to get the ones that aren’t: those are the ones you want to copy before tossing the old machine out.
That was the problem I was faced with. Not willing to do this tedious task of comparing and merging files manually, I decided to wrote a small tool for it. Since it might be useful to others, I’ve made it open-source.
Germany’s drive to harness wind and solar power is producing so much electricity that it’s spilling over into neighbors’ grids and increasing the threat of blackouts.