⌃+⌘+Q is the new ⌃+⇧+⏏.
⌃+⌘+Q is the new ⌃+⇧+⏏.
Planned a delivery while I was working home today, but it got moved from between 12 and 4 PM to somewhere between 8 and 10 PM. 🤷♀️
I have ni udea hiw to typw on this key8#}rd. #ergodox
I ordered a cable via the internet.
Then got one e-mail that the order came through, one telling me it’d arrive on Monday, one when the postal service received it, one when the delivery was on its way, one from the seller saying I could expect it today, and one after delivery.
else kind of person.
Bakin’ a beta 👨🍳
“You’re 2% of the way to 10,000 words.”
Calling all Vim scripters! I’m cleaning up vim-numbertoggle’s issues, and this is the last one left.
Is there any way to notice switching out of insert mode using ⌃C? It doesn’t seem to trigger an
InsertLeave event. 🤔
Apparently traveling through a snow storm. Wish me luck. ❄️
Another week, another one-man-progressive-metal-projects-weekly! This time, check out Voyager, by Andromida. 🎸
Carriage line, return feed.
$ git commit -m 'Add excitement!'
“The short answer is ‘yes’. The long answer is ‘no, not really’.”
“Sorry, something went wrong with editing your message. We threw away your edited message for your convenience. Happy retyping!”
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As with the Pomodoro technique, Getting Things Done works wonders for me for a couple of weeks. Then I just… stop doing it. Any tips to making it stick?
Having 500 available characters is better than 280, and I have no idea how we ever fit these in 140.
Almost used “penultimate” there. Almost.
git rebase -i HEAD~2, then flipping the commit order and
git commit --amend is just the most convenient way to amend the second last commit. 🤷♀️
Vim quicktip #6: Use NeoVim’s
inccommand option for live substitutions.
:set inccommand=nosplit shows substitutions happening as you type, and
:set inccommand=split adds a preview window to show off-screen replacements.
It’s Tuesday, so it’s time for another instrumental-progressive-metal-bands-weekly! This time, check out Intervals’ “The way forward” from 2017. 🎸
Just restored my tmux session to the last time I accidentally pressed ⌃A+⌃S. We’re living in the future.
What’s the nicest way for an Elixir library to depend on either Jason or Poison? Ideally, it’d be like an optional dependency which uses whatever’s available. The libary needs a JSON encoder to function, though, so I can’t make them both optional.