Category: Computers

Stickers

Finally got around to organizing my sticker collection that’s been accumulating for a few years and applying them to my newer work-issued 16″ MacBook Pro. Compared to my previous 2015 13″ MacBook Pro, the stickers are much less work-oriented. The

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iOS 14 Home Screen

iOS 14 brings Widgets and the App Library so I decided to do my first major reorganization since folders were introduced. Here was the state of my phone right after updating to iOS 14 but before making any changes: In

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YOURLS Plugin: Remove YouTube Play Indicator

A few months ago, I set up a self-hosted YOURLS install to handle all of my URL-shortening needs, replacing v.gd. I decided I wanted to be wholly responsible for breaking any links in the future. It’s here, although probably at

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Netflix Ratings Import/Export

Andrle and I each used to have our own Netflix accounts. For a time, after we got married, we kept both; mine was used for disc rentals, and hers for streaming. Eventually we realized we were mostly just streaming, so

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A Better git-svn Log

This morning, Devon tweeted a great git tip that shows how to create a git alias that produces more readable git logs. I decided I wanted to set this up. At work, we use a central Subversion repository, but a number of

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Empty Expo Hall

Wish I could play with the demos now…

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Full Expo Hall

PAX was crazy busy today. I stuck to the tabletop area mostly.

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Instagram-negative

If you were on the media social much shortly before Christmas, you no doubt heard quite the kerfuffle about changes to Instagram’s Terms of Service that would take effect on January 16th, 2013, in part related to Facebook’s purchase of

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PAX East 2012 Indie Megabooth

Intro Early this year, I made my fifth PAX pilgrimage, this time to PAX East 2012. Even though we only attended two days (because of Easter Sunday and impending travel), we managed to fit in a mix of activities, including

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Baby Got Backup

A Mind Changed About two years ago, after a primary hard drive failure, I wrote a long post on what I called the “backup tripod”. As I said then, the tripod consists of three classes of regularly performed backup: offsite

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