Tonight I set up a
jingle for this blog on YouTube.
Fun and personal project.
Looped the jingle to 5 minutes.
This looked like the easiest way to post to LinkedIn. It isn’t. Hootsuite is.
Sometimes you accidentally double-post the same article. It looks like an easy fix until you notice that people have commented on both articles! It turns out that the solution is pretty easy if you are comfortable with SQL.
This post is a work of art concisely explaining what to do and making it simple.
Social Media Auto Publish lets you easily and automatically post to LinkedIn from WordPress.
The setup is effortless once you work around the disparity between the setup documentation and the current LinkedIn user interface.
Be sure to set “Enable auto publish posts to my linkedin account” to
I want a Vagrant box on which to configure and develop WordPress. Here are some of the options. I wanted to decide on one. Here is how.
Stars: on GitHub, # stars
Ctrb: on GitHub, # contributors
Rel: on GitHub, # releases
Cmts: on GitHub, # commits
Brn: on GitHub, # branches
For: Purpose of box
Rct: Gut reaction 1
*: Pros and Cons
Rt2: Gut reaction 2
Classify them by stars and contributors
Get a gut reaction whether to dig deeper or not
Review them again
VVV seems to be the best place to start.
By my idiosyncratic measures:
For small changes
git diff and
vc-diff are perfect.
For medium changes
magit is perfect.
For large changes
DeltaWalker is perfect.
MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility worked just fine for me.
Great way to verify MSDN ISO downloads.