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Published Sep 2, 2016
Had a problem recently: on a mac,
weren't transferring data to/from the GUI Command-C and Command-P (copy and paste).
After much consternation, the correct solution ended up being a system reboot. Problem solved. No, killing pboard didn't help.
Published Jul 13, 2016
I often search for something, then want to edit the files where it's found. Here's a nice function I stuck in my bashrc to do just that.
grepvim() {
	if [ -z $1 ]; then echo "Must supply search string."; return 1; fi
	if [ -z $2 ]; then echo "Must supply search file(s)."; return 1; fi
	vim $(grep $1 ${@:2} | sed -e "s/:.*$//" | sort -u)
grepvim search file1 [file2, wildcard, etc...]
Published Jun 26, 2016
"It was not designed in isolation to prove a point, or to serve as an example, but as a tool to write programs that did useful things; it was always meant to interact with a larger operating system, and was regarded as a tool to build larger tools."
Published May 28, 2016
"Startups and big companies differ in a lot of ways. When it comes to hardware, the gulf between the two is massive. Early-stage startups are painfully under-financed. This lack of capital makes manufacturing one of the most critically dangerous periods in a young companyís life. One tiny mistake in a design, tool, or QC process and BAM, youíre out of business.
There are no second chances in hardware."
Published May 28, 2016
I can't believe this is mine now.
All mine
Published Apr 28, 2016
"This is a remarkable story of focussed technical effort, ingenuity and clever improvisation, and without doubt the shortest development cycle for any production weapon in modern military history."
Published Apr 8, 2016
"I was frustrated by all the wasted effort, so I decided to uncancel my small part of the project. I had been paid to do a job, and I wanted to finish it. My electronic badge still opened Apple's doors, so I just kept showing up."
Published Mar 6, 2016
I got sick of right-clicking on the sound button, selecting preferences, then selecting output device. Annoying!
So I finally got around to automating it, then even added buttons to the menu, and from there to the task bar. I'm on Linux Mint 17 (Mate) at the moment. Here's how it works, after the jump:
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