Rendering code on stock WordPress is a bit of a frustration. What are the options? AdvertisementsRead More Syntax Highlighting, Code, and Stock WordPress
Prepping a nodeJs dev environment on Ubuntu is ridiculously easy. Gone are the days of hunting down VIM plugins or tweaking .emacsrc until it was just so. I do not miss those days.Read More Setup NodeJS Development on Ubuntu
The trick with multiple platforms is pushing what the platform physical does down to a platform abstraction layer. With Node, this is easier then ever—each native command is contained inside a spawn, and that spawn is best run as a Promise. An OS abstraction layer boils down to a promise generator, with some custom output […]Read More Multi Platform NodeJs
Now that I’ve got all my music FLAC encoded and sitting comfortably on a home networked attached storage (NAS), what next? Listen to it!Read More How to listen to digital sound?
There are a few different Ubuntu — FileZilla (recommended & included), command line ftp (ok), and ncftp/lftp. It’s worth having both ncftp and lftp around…but in general, I have found lftp more handy when it comes to NAS interactions.Read More Dump NAS Directory Tree To File
Once nice thing about Apple products is they work the way you think they should, and…you’re done. Linux is free, and has gotten a lot better–but it doesn’t always work the way it should. Every now and then, it has these…things…that make it really hard to recommend to novice users. Activating SSH services is one […]Read More Ubuntu – Activate SSH Server