hardpass is a hardware password manager based on the Raspberry Pi zero.
Chiptunes on an Attiny4, Atmel's smallest Microcontroller (Lightning Talk at 35c3).
Raspberry Router: A man, a plan, a Pi, an LCD, an LTE modem, and a WiFi adapter.
Composite USB Gadgets on the Raspberry Pi Zero: setup instructions with examples.
minesVIiper: Ever wanted to play minesweeper with vi(1) keybindings in your terminal?
VIper: A snake clone for your Unicode compatible terminal. With Emojis as food.
solVitaire: Another terminal game! Klondike and spider solitaire with a unique join mode.
base65536 & base1: Unicode's (and the Stone Age's) answer to Base64 ported to UNIX shells.
Porn like it's 1979: Fooling around with the PornHub API to generate ASCII art pr0n.
Load balancing with iproute2: Simple, yet flexible script for faster torrenting.
ttxd: Fetch (nearly) tweet sized news bites from terrestrial TV, and display them neatly.
ticker | format are a pair of Shell and AWK scripts to print dst.at live tickers on the terminal.
xkcd.WTF!?: A mobile interface for explainxkcd.com; originally intended for a course at Uni.
VimFx+LegacyFox (Maintainer): The most bestest vi-style keybindings for Firefox Quantum
Blag: Mostly semi-coherent ramblings. See iSticktoit for higher quality postings.
My name is Tobias Girstmair and I am a twenty-something year old nerd, hacker and general computer and electronics enthusiast, currently living, studying computer science and working in Innsbruck, Austria.
My (tech related) interests range from programming, to UNIX/Linux tinkering, to electronics and hardware building, which I am always happy to discuss. In the offline world I like to ski in the winter and relax at the riverside with friends and beer in the summer.
Sometimes I write posts for iSticktoit.net, the blog of two friends of mine. Focus is on Linux and GIS, interspersed with whatever is currently of interest to us.
Here's a fun one about my VT220 text terminal.
I also contribute to projects on GitHub on occasion and publish some of my own there as well. A few of my hardware projects have been published on Hackaday.io.
The easiest way you can reach me is via mail (tobi isticktoit net).