Apr
17
By Rob Warner  //  4 Comments

Two Things I Learned About Vim from an Emacs User

Yesterday I was working on a problem with an Emacs wizard, and I saw him do a couple things in Emacs that made me squirm. You see, […]

Jan
12
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

URLs as Pictograms

I started my car to the chime of a low fuel alert, so I stopped at the Kangaroo for gas and my Morning Mormon Coffee (today’s edition: […]

Dec
17
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

hc: Hex Color Command-Line Tool for OS X

I’ve been working a lot lately with LESS and Bootstrap, and wanted an easier and quicker way to visualize colors and what the various LESS operations do […]

Nov
17
By Rob Warner  //  1 Comment

Giving Firefox Developer Edition a Go

I love that I can run Chrome on my work MacBook Pro, my personal MacBook Pro, and my iPhone 6 Plus and keep my browsing history in […]

Nov
12
By Rob Warner  //  1 Comment

Clojure, Emacs, and Evil Mode

I work with one of those functional language kooks who end every thought with “Haskell,” use xmonad or Ratpoison while scoffing at GUIs, and edit everything, even selfies, in […]

Oct
8
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

Recovering My MacVim

Although I usually edit files with (graphical) MacVim, I occasionally launch terminal vim. When I do, I see this: github-issues.vim requires Python support, sorry :c I always […]

Apr
17
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

The Pinnacle of Fitness Failure: Samsung’s Gear Fit Activity Tracker | DC Rainmaker

The Pinnacle of Fitness Failure: Samsung’s Gear Fit Activity Tracker | DC Rainmaker: “Samsung built a cloud-based service that lacks the cloud.  We’ll just call that a […]

Mar
24
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

The Internet Is Too Small to Be Snarky

Last week, I was frustrated with Oracle SQL Developer (on Mac OS X) for two reasons: When a connection times out (after being left idle too long), […]

Mar
19
By Rob Warner  //  1 Comment

Setting Up My New MacBook Pro

I just bought a new MacBook Pro to replace my mid-2010 MBP. This is my first retina laptop, and it’s beautiful. I’d been waffling for awhile, but […]

Jan
22
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

The Node Sessions: The Best of OSCON 2011; O’Reilly Media

Various Node.js gurus explain and explore the power of this server-side framework in this collection of videos. Two years later, the videos age pretty well, considering they […]

Jan
10
By Rob Warner  //  No Comments

How to Lock Up Linux Using Sublime Text 3

Steps to Lock Up Linux Using Sublime Text 3: Log in to your Mac OS X machine. Install VirtualBox. Install a Linux virtual machine. Boot that Linux […]

Jan
9
By Rob Warner  //  3 Comments

Installing ForgeRock OpenAM and Apache 2.4.6 on Ubuntu 13.10

TL;DR touch /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Enter /etc/apache2 as your Apache Server Config Directory Path copy the generated line from httpd.conf to apache2.conf The Story I’m no sysadmin, as will […]