How the U.S. government came to rely on the tech billionaire—and is now struggling to rein him in.
I mentioned text linking to text fragments as few weeks ago. The only issue I’ve found is that creating the correct syntax for the links is fiddly and error prone, but no more! @rixx found a Chrome extension to help.
I relate to this toot from Padraig.
I’m in the early stages of a solo project where sustaining my own enthusiasm over a few months is the main challenge
My enthusiasm has gone for the side project. But it was only ever supposed to be about finishing something. I’m not particularly in love with the idea, it was only ever a clone with extra features.
One of his ideas to keep moving is to keep a development journal. I think I’ll try that. Writing things down often helps.
The weight loss has stalled somewhat. I haven’t been eating as well (some indulgences were planned) and I’ve struggled to get back on the straight and narrow.
However, my weight has remained stable, so that’s a good indicator that some slips ups can be weathered. Again, trying to drop the perfectionism. One cake does not have to ruin everything.
I didn’t know that Rails'
scopecan accept a class.
If you don’t know
scopeaccepts classes in place of blocks. so you can organize complex queries logic in their own class files.
Very nice. I suppose it makes sense when you think about it. I would imagine anything
call-able would work?
The hacker gained administrative access by obtaining an authentication key a Sourcegraph developer accidentally included in a code published to a public Sourcegraph instance hosted on Sourcegraph.com