One of my frequently used git commands is 'git show <rev>'. As in, "show me
what the heck this guy did here." Unfortunately, Mercurial doesn't have the same
command, but it's easy enough to implement it using an alias in your .hgrc.
The standard log output for both Git and Mercurial is a bit verbose for my liking.
I keep my terminal at ~50 lines, which results in only getting about 8 to 10 log
entries depending on how verbose the commit was. This isn't a big deal if you are
This is a sad story. A few weeks ago, I set my OnePlus One down on a table outside
so that it would not be in my pocket while I worked on the pool. I have done enough
work on the pool to know that at any moment, I might …
For those that are really into privacy, the Privacy Extensions defined in
RFC 4941 are a really good thing. This
extension circumvents SLAAC and has the result of randomizing your IPv6 address.
Like I said, if privacy is a big deal for you, this is definitely something you
want enabled …
It is well-documented that I am a heavy Google user. I use Gmail and Google Docs for just about everything. Additionally, I have used an Android phone since I got the HTC Dream (AKA T-Mobile G1) when it first came out.
I stumbled across some notes I took in 2011 after Google introduce their Panda
update. This update really hit slaptijack.com hard, and
I was looking for a way to recover. To put things in perspective, this site saw
a 35% decrease in traffic after the Panda update.
Although I use Git all day long, I actually prefer to use
Mercurial for my personal stuff. When I started
working on this project to maintain slaptijack.com with
Pelican rather than continuing to use Wordpress, one
of the things that really interested me was the ability to keep