When updating a website’s DNS records I often find the following command line commands useful.
When experimenting in ruby, sometimes I forget to create a Gemset before I install gems. In which case, the Gems accidentally get install in the default gemset.
One day, you’ll want to keep your Mac up with you. Give it some caffeine with the “caffeinate” command.
There are times when I’d like to see the hidden files within Finder on my mac. Sure, I could jump into Terminal or iTerm 2 and browser through the file structure… But, something, you just want to use a GUI.
Recently, there was an important security update for Ruby. As a result, RVM was updated.
Mailpile is an amazing new open source platform that allows you to encrypt messages and gives you more control over your privacy.
Updating your Ubuntu server is important since updates can include security patches and usability improvements (bug killing enhancements).
I’m one to constantly organize my files and documents on my Mac. Throw the following line into Terminal and then restart your Dock to apply.