MakeUseOf: 10 Useful Command-Line IrfanView Tools for Working With Images

MakeUseOf: 10 Useful Command-Line IrfanView Tools for Working With Images. “These days, image editors are a dime a dozen. Beyond new filters, few tools offer exciting features. What if you could integrate image editing directly into your batch jobs or Windows scripts? If you’re familiar with IrfanView and think it’s only a simple image viewer and screenshot app, then we invite you to take another look. You can run all the script commands presented below from the command prompt or Windows Terminal, so long as you are working from the IrfanView directory. Let’s see how it’s done.”

XDA Developers: Here are the shortcuts you can type into Google Chrome’s address bar

XDA Developers: Here are the shortcuts you can type into Google Chrome’s address bar. “When Google introduced Chrome 87, one of the exciting new features was called Chrome Actions. The feature makes it super easy to perform certain actions right from the browser’s address bar, rather than forcing users to clumsily dig through the browser’s settings menu. To help you utilize Chrome Actions, we’ve made a simple guide that highlights some of the actions you can take.”

Make Tech Easier: Thirteen Useful Tools for Working with Text on the Command Line

I’m not going to lie to you, sometimes I include stuff because I want it for later. Make Tech Easier: Thirteen Useful Tools for Working with Text on the Command Line. “GNU/Linux distributions include a wealth of programs for handling text, most of which are provided by the GNU core utilities. There’s somewhat of a learning curve, but these utilities can prove very useful and efficient when used correctly. Here are thirteen powerful text manipulation tools every command-line user should know.”

Internet Archive Blog: The IA Client – The Swiss Army Knife of Internet Archive

Internet Archive Blog: The IA Client – The Swiss Army Knife of Internet Archive. “As someone who’s uploaded hundreds of thousands of items to the Internet Archive’s stacks and who has probably done a few million transactions with the materials over the years, I just ‘know’ about the Internet Archive python client, and if you’re someone who wants to interact with the site as a power user (or were looking for an excuse to), it’ll help you to know about it too.”

Opensource.com: 3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line

This looks like fun: 3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line. “While this may seem like a solution searching for a problem, for some people interacting with Twitter in a terminal window makes sense. There’s less distraction at the command line than with a desktop Twitter client or even Twitter’s web interface. On top of that, command-line clients are fast and their interfaces are generally quite clean.”