The home office moves toward entropy without fail; however, I managed to restore some order today in preparation for a new computer monitor and in the hopes of tracking down my lost Mont Blanc. Alas, the writing instrument remains missing.
The more work I do with web applications and complex backend architectures, the more I like NGINX. It has come a long way and is mighty powerful. I hope it remains lightweight as it matures.
It seems that my domain registrar, and thus my DNS provider, was under a DDoS attack making my site unresolvable for a short while. It looks like the issue has been resolved. I’m hoping there’ll be no more outages today.
Dare I say that I am going to participate in National Novel Writing Month this year? I find my inner procrastinator does not like grand plans.
The iPhone 7 gets quite hot (not Note 7 hot, but still) when I’m actively working on it for over 15 minutes. It is reminiscent of my old 17″ PowerBook leg-warmer. Better out than in, I suppose.
“The pure present is an ungraspable advance of the past devouring the future. In truth, all sensation is already memory.”
― Henri Bergson, Matter and Memory
Typora is a slick, minimal, multi-platform, Markdown editor. Quite nice.
“Don’t feel sorry for yourself. Only assholes do that.”
― Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood
It looks like you could win a pair of Marty’s Nike MAGs from Back to the Future Part II. Enter to win for $10. All proceeds go to The Michael J. Fox Foundation.
I love watches. Consequently, I really like this subscription service – only $29 monthly – for a new watch each month from Wrist Society.