Feeling encouraged by my friend Jeremy Felt’s blog post on the subject, I thought I may finally be able to achieve the panacea of WordPress Multi-Network SSL configurations:
At the time of this writing, the latest stable version of nginx is 1.16.0, and none of the package managers have updated themselves to include it. Before you get started, you’ll want to be logged in to an open terminal session with a user that has sudo access. The reason for this, is because nginx… Read more about Install nginx from source
This glitchy bit of UI shows up after enabling WiFi calling on an iPhone.
I’m writing this post using the new block-based editor that comes packaged with the first WordPress 5.0 beta, known previously and externally as Gutenberg. For just general writing, so far it ain’t so bad, but one thing that bugs me straight away is that the auto-save causes the UI in the upper right corner to… Read more about WordPress 5.0 Beta 1
At 4:33am this morning, a lady passed our house, slammed on her brakes, threw her car in reverse, threw her hazards on, parked facing oncoming traffic, on a state highway, to steal 2 steel goats we had on our front lawn.
Put this in your .bash_aliases or equivalent: iCloud ignores files & folders with a .nosync extension, and also ignores symbolic links. This is the closest work-around I could find to prevent iCloud from having an endless recursive fit about it.
Social networks and social media are weird. I'm deleting my Facebook account, but I'm not just deactivating it – I'm going post by post, comment by comment, through my entire 10 year history and deleting each agonizing thing one at a time. It's insane. I'm insane. And Facebook knew I was insane way before I… Read more about Facebook Remembers
Open source requires a senatorial style of leadership to move big projects forward since there isn't necessarily a single key decision maker. Joe McGill