Functional Faith: Week 2
I decided to share this week's sermon from New Life Chapel while messing with autogenerated subtitles. The subtitle generation didn't work very well. But hey, this is a good message, so enjoy!
Guatemala Mission Trip 2018: Day 1
The 1st Day of a mission trip is always interesting. I say "always" even though I've only been one other time. This time, the interesting thing was that I seem to have gotten used to the sharp, piercing pain that I usually have on the right side of my fac…
Reset garbled terminal window on OS X
I use the ruby program rak to recursively search directories for a text pattern. Occassionally when rak is done returning results it will scramble the terminal output into unreadable garbage.
The solution for this on OS X is to issue the following command:
Robbing Peter (VZW) to pay Paul (T-Mobile)
Or, how I saved enough on my wireless bill to afford buying a new phone each year
I like technology. It's kind of my thing. I do believe human use of computers will be the downfall of mankind but (besides that minor drawback), what computers—especially networked computers—allow us to accomplish as a civilization is actually quite amazing. After the release of …
Prevent iTerm2 Profile window from showing up each startup
So this is an annoying one. After finally updating to iTerm2 version 3.0 one of the things that really annoyed me was a Profiles window that showed up each startup. I ignored this for about a year because it would only be an intermittent problem1.
I've been restarting this MacBo…
Homebrew Dynamic DNS with the Linode API
Over the years I've set up a variety of private cloud services. In addition to gaining expertise in these services for clients who would rather rely on their own infrastructure, it's also made me less dependent on web company services which could (and have) disappeared at inconve…