NWHirschfeld
Technology and Creativity

Drawing Pcaps With Graphviz

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Mar 2, 2016

Playing around with network dumps in Wireshark, I often was confused, when I had to understand the task of the network devices in a unknown network. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a simple map of all this devices and their connections?

32c3

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Dec 27, 2015

heart, fixed

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Aug 11, 2014

heart, fixed

LaTeX documents with Ruby

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Jul 17, 2014

I’m a big fan of the erb templating engine, which is supposed to be used for generating websites and … it also works great to generate LaTeX-documents.

The following snippet shows an example of this:

\section{<%= x %>}
<% (0 .. 10).each do |y| %>
\subsection{<%= y %>}
<% end >
\newpage

heart in a case

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Jul 9, 2014

Kette: heart in a case

color for the terminal

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Mar 16, 2014

I’m a big fan of the Monokai color scheme used widely in text editors, such as for example Sublime Text.

I created a matching configuration for the macOS terminal. The configuration files can be found on GitHub.

remote adapter for 3rd generation iPod Shuffle

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Jan 20, 2014

After restoring two iPods in the last weeks to use them again, I completed my collection with a 3rd generation iPod Shuffle. Sadly I had to find out, that the remote controls of modern apple headphones are not compatible with the iPod. Apples EarPods are not compatible with the iPod shuffle or even headphones from other brands, such as Urbanears. So I created a „Remote-Adapter“ with the control element of some old apple headphones.

iPod Classic reanimated - Frankenpod

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Jan 11, 2014

After repairing my loved 4th Gen. iPod with a 32GB SSD, this time my target was my old iPod Classic.

klein und herzlich

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Jan 7, 2014

Kette: heart in a case

Dieser Anhänger ist mit nur etwas über einem Zentimeter Höhe recht klein, dafür dicker als die meisten anderen meiner Anhänger. Das verwendete Kupfer entstammt einem Schalter, wenn ich mich richtig erinnere.

equilateral triangle

Posted by Niclas Wilhelm Hirschfeld on Jan 5, 2014

equilateral triangle

Diese Kette ist aus einem Stück Kupferrohr entstanden. Die raue Oberfläche stammt aus ihrer Zeit als Wasserleitung.