Published: May 21, 2022
I had a… problem. I was working with shell scripts that I didn’t own. These scripts happened to use python. But, my Mac didn’t have python, it only had python3 (which was still compatible).
Nature Gazing: Henry David Thoreau Shows Us How to Keep Our Ordinary Surroundings Perpetually Interesting
Published: Apr 10, 2022
I’m a big AoM fan. Brett and Kate McKay know how to research the heck out of a topic then deliver a fun, engaging piece. Years ago I read their How to REALLY Avoid Living a Life of Quiet Desperation. It’s worth your time.
Published: Mar 29, 2022
Update: As of June 19, 2022, this is now an official PurgeCSS guide, yay. If you haven’t heard yet, PurgeCSS is awesome. Say you wanna use Bootstrap, but you only need some of the classes? You can do that! Instead of serving the full CSS file with your site, you can use PurgeCSS to purge the unused classes, which results in a much smaller CSS file. This tutorial shows you how to do that with my favorite static site generator, Hugo.
Published: Feb 28, 2022
When writing about things like tool installation or environment setup on Mac, I often need to mention shell config files. So, instead of doing that each time, I’m going to (hopefully) write about it once, then reference it as needed.
Published: Feb 22, 2022
Joe Mooring is a contributor (among other useful things) over at the Hugo forum. At the time of this writing, if you look at all-time users ordered by likes received, you’ll see he’s in 3rd place.
Total blog posts: 204