I kept running into a problem after completely wiping my Mac and reinstalling software: I could not get Visual Studio Code to push or pull to repositories in my GitLab account. It turned out the solution was pretty easy. Visual Studio Code uses the system git. In my case that git client was installed viaContinue reading “VS Code and git, problems with ssh keys”
Deeply loathe the @apple website design with the side scrolling. Who thought this was a good idea?
Just a quick note here, I’m completely obsessed with the show “The Last Alaskans”. Recommended to me by a friend, I can’t believe I had never seen or heard of this series but with Alaska being all the rage the last several years in “reality” TV shows I can see why. This is the “anti-reality”Continue reading “The Last Alaskans”
In #24 of his Ridgeline newsletter, Craig Mod says: It’s true — photographing the woods is tough. (Which is why vistas, views, lookouts are so readily photographed.) There’s just so much information packed into every square meter, and, on a sunny day, so much contrast. I find woods can only be reliably photographed on rainyContinue reading “The Trouble with Trees”
If there is any lesson to be learned from the show Alone, it’s to be grateful for what we have. Always a good lesson to be reminded of and so easy to lose sight of in the noise of our day-to-day lives.
Started Father’s Day at the Starbucks Reserve store in Lake Forest. Coffee and cake were delicious and loved the wood tray it was served on!
For the first time in 15 years I no longer have a gmail account. Feels a bit odd and I’m not sure why since I haven’t used it that much in the last 10 years 😉
Excited to have mac OS Catalina beta running on my Mac without having touched my working Mojave install. APFS volumes are a treat!
Amusing to me that the new Apple 6K pro monitor costs $6k if you want a stand. $1000 for a stand? Really Apple?
So that whole “get 10,000 steps a day” thing is just marketing, with no basis in science. Interesting article at The Atlantic. Always had a feeling that was nonsense. Thats about 5 miles a day, more than most people have time for. It’s always really been about just getting moving.