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
I've been using WordPress on this site since 2007. After all this time, I've decided I want to try something new. So, I've decided to go in a completely different direction and start serving static content. There are three things driving my decision to change:
I recently spent six weeks in Sydney working for my new job. Naturally, while I was there, I let Google Chrome's omnibox redirect my searches to Google Australia. Fast forward a few weeks, and I'm back in the States, but Chrome is living in the past. After trying just about …
I released a new version of my Google PageRank Tool for WordPress last week. Google recently changed the URL for PageRank information which necessitated a change in the plugin. The new plugin has been tested with WordPress 3.2.1.
You can download the latest version of the plugin from …
My wife uses a Canon FS100
for taking home videos of the kids. If you aren't familiar with it, it's a fairly
light-weight camcorder that uses SDHC cards rather than tapes. The only real
grievance I have with it is that the video codec it uses is not compatible with …