I love headphones. I use them all day mostly for listening to or writing music. I have gone through a pile of headphones over the years and have some thoughts on what to look for when getting a new pair. What I look for 1. Comfort I learned over the years that it doesn’t matter… Continue reading Headphones
We hiked up to Crater Lake at the end of October. It was a bit over 17 miles round trip with a total of around 2500 feet elevation gain through somewhat gnarly weather conditions. We started the hike in snow hiking up in a light snowstorm. Our crampons got a workout. On the way back,… Continue reading Crater Lake, CO
The Sneakbox Disarray is a mechanical keyboard that comes with an aluminum case, a brass switch plate, a PCB, and an aluminum knob. There are two keyboard layout options: staggered and ortholinear. I optimistically went for the ortholinear layout because I felt it was more flexible and could be customized to match my preferences. After… Continue reading Sneakbox Disarray
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