I just started using VS Code/Visual Studio Code. I’ve been a vim guy for years, and have tried Atom, which was pretty good. Then I started seeing all these youtube videos where people used VS Code, and I thought I’d give it a try. It’s pretty good, but I’m still getting used to it. I […]
I just started using Visual Studio Code. I’ve been using vim for a long time. I liked some of the features of VS Code, but I can’t go back to a mouse. So, of course VSC has vim emulation, but the thing is, I tweaked vim a lot, and there were a few things that […]
So, I downloaded a few “producer packs” from Ghosthack. I use these to help kick-start ideas when I’m producing a podcast recording. The blank canvas is the most difficult place for me. These packs can really help. You can use them together, melody, arpeggio, bass line and chords, or you can just use pieces and […]
Target Audience This post is aimed at relatively capable web/devops. People like me. I’m not going to remember everything, so I’ll probably re-read this myself in a few months or a year when I forget how to go about this. The Host I use Cloudflare to host my DNS. There are other ways to accomplish […]
If you run Wordpress locally and want to make a static copy of your site to copy up to your web site, here’s one way to do it using common command line tools.
I was reading around, and stumbled upon this Wikipedia article. I was like… whoa, that sounds good. But… it’s pretty vague. “…a substrate for…(uh, what?) a hypothetical material…(‘scuse me?)…” Okay, but surely the two theorists pages will be more helpful, go into deep detail about what they think Computronium is, what it could be and… […]