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.
- Box: name
- 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
- Identify options
- 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.
open /Applications/Emacs.app --args -Q
A chronograph is a specific type of watch that is used as a stopwatch combined with a display watch. A basic chronograph has an independent sweep second hand; it can be started, stopped, and returned to zero by successive pressure on the stem.
Via wikipedia. Good to know.
Having grown quite accustomed to ThinkPads, it has been a very long time since
I have worried about the palm rest of a laptop. All of that changed when the
Macbook came into my life. My biggest concern was the resale value of the
device, and I found thta the simplest possible solution what was to just take off my
watch and use my phone to keep time instead. In retrospect, that was kind of
stupid, so I bought one of Mochi’s palm rest protectors 1,
and it has far exceeded every expectation that I had of it.
- Color matched, doesn’t make the device look like a two-tone paint job
- Protects the device, doesn’t allow scratches
- Make it easy and comfortable to wear a watch, thin and tidy
- Easy to apply, no hair pulling to line things up
- Touch pad works perfectly
All of those expectations were exceeded.
The color looks just fine to me. Sure it is a tad off, but what matters is that
the device is protected for resale. The pad protects the device flat out. My
watch sits just fine on it, it is thick enough to pad the watch and thin enough
barely to be noticeable. It was shockingly delightful to apply given the often
frustrating nature of such endeavors. The touch pad works perfectly with the
pad on top. The mouse, expose, window switching, and everything just works.
This was a shock given how many ways they could have screwed up here. Instead,
it just works. Very cool.
After installation I used a credit card to work out a few bubbles and and life
went on. For anyone worried that this might not work well for their machine,
I installed it on a 15″ Macbook Pro, and the product is for sale on Apple’s
website which is enough of an explicit endorsement for me.
All in all this has been an amazingly positive user experience and the product
has worked really, really well.