🎙️ A debugging story: overcast.fm/+DzGVF52R…
“Beginning in macOS 10.14.5, all new or updated kernel extensions and all software from developers new to distributing with Developer ID must be notarized in order to run. In a future version of macOS, notarization will be required by default for all software.”
Ewww. Click-tracking built into HTML? Horrid. lapcatsoftware.com/articles/…
External iterators in Ruby are such a pain due to
StopIteration. I really, really want a
Code comment I just wrote:
# This could be done using a recursive regular expression, but I # don't know how many people could maintain the code if it was done # that way.
Oh, joy. I’m now working on stuff that explicitly cares what happens during a daylight savings changeover.
systemctl --user … learning fun:
ssh user-A@hostfollowed by
su - user-Bvs. direct
ssh user-B@host. You don’t necessarily end up with the same set of variables.
XDG_RUNTIME_DIR) needs to be set even on systems that don’t have X installed in order for
systemctlto find the user systemd agent.
What’s my public IP address? (Plus other stuff about your browser.)
Today’s minor epiphany:
systemd does not parse the names of slices the same way as it does other units. In most units, the hyphen character is not special, but in slices, a hyphen indicates hierarchy.
Spam email lead: “NOTE : DOCUMENT IS PROTECTED WITH MICROSOFT MACROS, TO VIEW YOU MUST DOWNLOAD DOCUMENTS AND ENABLE MACROS”.
Robocall threatening that my “Microsoft Windows Services” will be stopped and that I will not be able to use my computer. Please call urgent [sic] at Windows Security Department at 1-855-xxx-xxxx.
I can’t remember the last time I ran Windows even in a VM on personal equipment.
I’m shocked. Shocked, I tell you. (Thank you Viticci.)
No, I don’t use Apple Music. This is manually syncing from iTunes.
Today I learned that the standard bulleted list handling in plain text files that I depend upon in Vim is actually a result of its “comments” handling.