I have about 9 things I am excited to work on. It's hard to choose which one to focus on at a time. Does anyone else feel like this sometimes? I'm going to try focusing on no more than 2 in a week.
Right click on their logo, in Firefox.
It uses the contextmenu element. I've never seen it in the wild before.
<header contextmenu="logomenu" id="header" class="logged" data-contextmenu="Download our logo" lang="en"> <h1><a href="/" title="\o/ Gandi">Gandi</a></h1> <p id="baseline"><a href="/no-bullshit" title="No Bullshit?">no bullshit ™</a></p> <menu type="context" id="logomenu"> <menuitem label="Download our logo" icon="/favicon.ico" onclick="window.location = '/press#logo'"></menuitem> </menu> </header>
SO COOL. For web app stuff, that could be SUPER COOL.
The kids just got over an ear infection (Atlas) and walking pneumonia (Freyja) and yet seven days after their antibiotics are gone, now that both have coughs. Atlas' sounds fairly croupy too. :(
I was a big fan of the Sword Art Online anime Season 1. The mechanics and story really hooked me. So, when I came across these books on Amazon, and read that they offered a lot more information than the anime, I figured I'd buy them. I'm not a big manga fan, but always nice to support creators.
WELL! I did a poor job on my reading comprehension, because these are actually novels. I'm so excited to read them!
If you have even a passing interest in MMO games, or have some gaming history in one of them, I highly recommend the anime. And I'm sure the books will be great too.
If you are getting this error, odds are you are trying to run something nodejs related on a Ubuntu/Debian Linux distro and having problems.
I was having this problem, then found this excellent help from StackOverflow:
sudo ln -s "$(which nodejs)" /usr/bin/node
You need to symlink the nodejs executable to node
The reason for this is that when you do "apt-get install node", it installs an unrelated package, so they had to choose a different name so it wouldn't conflict
Ubuntu/Debian install node as nodejs, so it doesn't conflict with node, a package of the same name.
What makes this hard to deduce is if you install nodejs by:
sudo apt-get install npm
Which will install npm and nodejs. The npm will know where node is, so you can install things via npm install but then if you try to run something you installed, like grunt, you'll get the above error.
There are many front end JS frameworks out there, but like always I tend towards lean and extendable. I've started playing with mithriljs. I fully admit it was the name that attracted me to it. I am still taking baby steps, but so far I'm liking it.
Anyway, I am going to try to journal my progress and share neat things I've learned. Stay tuned!
Trying the WordPress Android app after about a year. Seems much better.
Tara says she and the kids made a cake today, and I'm pretty excited to have a piece. :)
UPDATE: In 2016, Makespace discontinued the service I described below. It still operates in certain select cities. Not mine though, so I had to get all my stuff delivered back to me. It was quite disappointing.
I keep meaning to share this. When we moved up to Portland, we knew we were getting into a smaller apartment for 2 adults and 2 kids. There just wouldn't really be any extra storage for out of season clothes. I was getting worried, then I came across Makespace.
Makespace is a service where, for $6.25 a box per month, you can ship boxes to them for free, they store them, then when you want one back they'll ship it back to you. The only thing you need to pay for in addition to that $6.25/month per box is when something is shipped back, and the longer it is stored in their warehouses the less costly it is to return to you.
We use it a lot for storing out of season clothing, our wedding attire, and some things we can't really utilize in our current apartment but we can use in the future.
This is a discount code link that gets you $75 off if you're interested: https://makespace.com/invite/5Gn/
It's been a great experience so far! Besides the fact that employees receive large stacks of comics just because, the rest of the devs and staff are pretty great. The stack is really impressive, self hosted openstack installation with a large number of servers to serve up all the digital comic content. Also I'm being introduced to monitoring and alerting tools I wasn't aware of like New Relic, Sentry, etc. It's good stuff. They also believe in cross-training, so I get to pair program with people in the team who use entirely different programming languages. It is awesome and I'm excited to grow my knowledge base.
Having a commute has been a nice change too actually. It gives me time to decompress before arriving home with the family, so I can be more present and not thinking about work elements so much.
All in all, very happy. :)
Today I came across the best question I've ever seen:
The fascinating part is this issue was addressed before the year 200AD.