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So, I discovered a little miracle the other day. I’ve gone in heavily for Emacs org-mode, which is about 50% of what I want. It’s not terribly visible, and what I really want is something that is heavily web-enabled, but in the meantime it’s "good enough." Ever better, there’s a good Org Mode to-do manager […]

My latest contribution to the world is Git Lint, a plug-in for git that allows you to pre-configure your linters and syntax checkers, and then run them all at once on only the things you’ve changed. About half of us still live in the command line, and I like being able to set-and-forget tools that […]

I don’t have much experience with Windows, but I have to work in it for ${EMPLOYER} now and then.  I had this weird problem today where the output of a PowerShell script was pre-formatted, but the consumer of that output (namely, a Splunk server) wanted raw numbers.  To force raw numbers on output, PowerShell provides […]


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