It took a bunch of coast to coast flights and some weekends and I'm still not happy, but this is as done as it's ever gonna be: 10 kilowords on how and why you can and should learn Common Lisp: http://stevelosh.com/blog/2018/08/a-road-to-common-lisp/
Idea for how to set up your own personal pastebin:
1. Make /var/www/pastes/ on server.
2. Points paste.yourdomain.com at server.
3. Have nginx serve content of /var/www/pastes/.
4. alias paste=$'ssh paste.yourdomain.com \'cat > paste && mv paste /var/www/pastes/`sha1sum paste | cut -d" " -f1`\''
That's it that's the pastebin.
*slaps roof of scala implicits* this bad boy can hide so many bugs
I didn't realize htop could show disk read/write rates for processes til just now. Nice!
Anyone got https://www.passwordstore.org/ working with a Yubikey or something similar? Is https://www.palkeo.com/sys/perfect-password-manager.html a decent approach?
new blog post on some more common lisp macros: http://stevelosh.com/blog/2018/07/fun-with-macros-if-let/
#PSA: The latest release of #pass 1.7.2 fixed a fairly major security hole: In prior versions, if an attacker could write to your ~/.password-store directory, they could exploit a bug in pass' regex to add a new GPG key, potentially granting access to the passwords.
Though rare, it's worth updating ASAP.
Halfway through day 2 of setting up Linux. I have drawn a DAG on a whiteboard of all the shit I still need to set up.
But dear god, it's *so* much faster than OS X. No bullshit animations eating seconds of my life hundreds of times every day. It's lovely.
deploying my code to prod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skIg83NiEt4&t=3m04s
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