Listening to The Doubleclicks’ Music for Nerds by Women and Nonbinary Folks playlist. 🎵
📺 “Why can’t you recycle plastic bags in Chicago?” www.youtube.com/watch
Just figured out that
exa does Mac-style ordering of numbered filenames. Awesome!
Giving prettyping a try. Nice, so far.
The source name length limit in RECaf is extremely frustrating.
Naming new iPhone Amphibious Blustery Flapdoodle.
Finding unlocking of Apple Watch via unlocking iPhone to be significantly slower with iOS 12/watchOS 5.
Today I learned about RFC 8081.
The modern version of the XKCD “compiling” comic is “waiting for the Vagrant VM to tear down and rebuild”.
Going through Learning Perl 6.
Today I learned that recent versions of Vim have a standard digraph for the ellipsis, so I can delete my override of MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS. Both «^K,.» and «^K.,» will result in a proper HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS.
I am not happy with the concept of variable podcast contents.
Copies of timestamps on files on High Sierra on APFS are truncating to microseconds, including
cp -p source destination. Joy.
FileUtils.copy_entry(source, destination, true) mis-copy mtime on files on MacOS with APFS by a few microseconds, resulting in the destination being considered out-of-date.
OH in relation to a Fig problem: “there is some advanced Goldboltology [sic] at work.”
Did you know that you can customize digraphs in Vim? Surprisingly, there is no standard digraph for the ellipsis, so I override the binding for MIDLINE HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS (“⋯”) like so:
digraph .3 8230
I’m really liking
Pulling email RFCs out of the top of my head like I was RJBS or something.
Subshells are interesting beasts.
#!/usr/bin/env bash echo Parent: $$ $BASHPID ( echo Child: $$ $BASHPID ( echo Grandchild: $$ $BASHPID ) )
/bin/bash on macOS is old and does not support
$BASHPID, so it does not support differentiating subshell processes.
In the realm of “just plain fun” podcasts, the recent discovery is The Pretzel Podcast. 🥨🥨🥨