Author Archives: Stephan Sokolow

Novel – World War: In The Balance

Now for a book that has been mentioned before as a source for some of the fanfics I’ve reviewed: World War: In The Balance by Harry Turtledove The basic concept…Now for a book that has been mentioned before as a … Continue reading

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A simple Clipboard/Drag-and-Drop Test Tool

While working on one of my projects, I found myself needing to inspect a raw, “all offered mimetypes” view of what was on the clipboard. I remembered that I used…While working on one of my projects, I found myself needing … Continue reading

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Embedding the DPMI Extender for your Open Watcom C/C++ EXE (And Related Knowledge)

Sooner or later, everyone who plays around with 32-bit DOS programming using Open Watcom C/C++ is probably going to see one of these errors when they try to run their…Sooner or later, everyone who plays around with 32-bit DOS programming … Continue reading

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Helper for Finding Python 2.x Scripts Still To Be Ported

I’ve written a lot of little scripts over the years, and it’d be nice to be able to migrate to Kubuntu 20.04 LTS when it comes out, so I decided…I’ve written a lot of little scripts over the years, and … Continue reading

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New QuickTile Release… Finally!

For those who follow my programming projects, you may be familiar with the name QuickTile. It’s my most popular project and, in short, it adds hotkeys to your existing X11…For those who follow my programming projects, you may be familiar … Continue reading

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Novel – Decision at Doona

While working on another blog post (still to come), I needed a point of comparison, so I decided to re-read one of my old favourites. Decision at Doona by Anne…While working on another blog post (still to come), I needed … Continue reading

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Novel – Mother of Demons

Here’s a book I read on the Baen Free Library ages ago and finally got around to buying and reading in print at the beginning of December. Mother of Demons…Here’s a book I read on the Baen Free Library ages … Continue reading

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