I tend to forget these so I’m documenting them here for posterity. 1. Moving around quickly ctrl + a – move to beginning of the line ctrl + e – move to end of the line alt + f – move forward alt + b – move backward 2. ctrl + r – Search shell… Continue reading some Shell commands
12804 ft / 3903 m Strava failed so I don’t have an accurate elevation gain or distance, but it was between a 12 and 14 mile hike with around 2000-2500ft vertical. We hiked up the backside starting at the Lake Evelyn trailhead. We finally hiked up that mountain we can see from our house. It’s… Continue reading Byers Peak
If you’re seeing this error on a Mac, run sudo rm -rf $(xcode-select -print-path) xcode-select –install Source: How to fix the Node gyp Error: No Xcode or CLT version detected node-gyp also has documentation on how to resolve the error. I’m currently on Big Sur 11.4.
Yesterday, the sky grew dark again – similar to a cloudy day, but with a bit of a reddish hue. After living in smoke for months last year, we knew exactly what it was without having to open the curtains. We were downwind of another fire. I opened up one of the usual Colorado fire… Continue reading Fire
This is my newest theme, Darchitect. It is designed to be dark. Really dark. (or quite bright if you prefer) Aesthetics Inspired by high-contrast architecture photography and technical manuals, Darchitect is a combination of artistic canvas, engineering notes, and elegant book design. The build Darchitect is a fork of Twenty Twenty-One, this year’s default WordPress… Continue reading Darchitect
tl;dr git config –global pull.ff only makes git pull happy. 🌟 I just set up a new computer and, every time I ran git pull, I was greeted with a message I had not seen before: Looking further into it, I found several recommendations to set the global configuration to be pull.ff or “fast-forward only.”… Continue reading fast-forward only [git]
We now have a beautiful set of very interesting Japanese ceramics. Based on some of the marks, at least some of the dishes and cups were made during the Allied occupation of Japan during World War II. We are guessing this based on the “MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN” marks on the bottom of some of… Continue reading Japanese tableware