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My daughter flew out to New Zealand before Christmas 2017 to spend some time with her brother, who had been there with his girlfriend since November. I saw her flight itinerary from the airline, but had no idea of how the times related to time back home, so I wrote a little Bash script to calculate times in UTC (my local timezone).
Both of my children have travelled a fair bit in the past few years. I like to keep track of where they are and how they are progressing through their journeys because otherwise I tend to worry. This one was a reasonably simple journey, two flights via Doha in Qatar, with not too long a wait between them. The overall journey was long of course.
When my daughter flew out to Indonesia in 2015 (4 flights and a boat trip, over 38 hours travel time) I built a spreadsheet. Just whatever provides a good distraction!
The rest of the notes, including details of the date command and the script I wrote can be found here.
GNU documentation for date (You can also use man date or info date for the full details. I prefer the HTML version because I don't like the info tool very much).
Released: 2018-01-09. Duration: 01:57:10. Flag: Explicit. Series:HPR_AudioBookClub. Tags:HPR AudioBookClub, Triplanetary, E. E. "Doc" Smith.
The HPR_AudioBookClub discusses Triplanetary: First in the Lensman Series by E. E. "Doc" Smith
Released: 2017-12-07. Duration: 00:19:12. Flag: Clean. Tags:stories,storytelling,gaming,rpg,movies,writing,star trek,stardrifter,warp,starjump,lostnbronx.
Lostnbronx talks about stories and story consistency.
Released: 2017-11-27. Duration: 00:40:31. Flag: Explicit. Series:Information Underground. Tags:community,information underground,klaatu,deepgeek,lostnbronx.
Deepgeek, Klaatu, and Lostnbronx natter on about local participation and responsibility.