We did our first homemade coldbrew coffee yesterday, and it was sort of a life-changing event. Second batch is filtering this morning as I write this…
I’ve always felt like I should be running Debian Linux (for obvious — if you know me — reasons) but never have… until yesterday: I have my Asus netbook now running the newly-released Debian 8 “Jessie” release. So far, about all I have done is install, make sure everything is working, and do a bit of typical performance tuning (I/O scheduler,
/etc/fstab options, swappiness) to take advantage of the SSD.
More to come…
Made it back from our trip to Norman, OK for Ian’s graduation, all in one piece. More to follow.
I finally got around to putting the Komodo color schemes I’ve developed and tweaked over the past couple years on GitHub. They’ve each been updated a bit to take advantage of some of the new capabilities in Komodo v9, to be more consistent internally and with each other, and to cover an additional language or two (e.g., Markdown).
Son, brother, husband, father, uncle, grandfather, great grandfather. Farmer, veteran, gardener, candy maker, tinkerer. A maker before being a maker was a thing…
Born on 16 December 1916, he passed away on Friday, 27 March 2015.
He was my grandfather, and one of the coolest people I have ever known. I consider myself blessed to have known him, and I am incredibly grateful that Ian and I were able to stop and see him on the way home from Oklahoma last spring.