Here’s a quick blog thought question: Is it better to get a half-baked idea written up and published on a blog/on the internet or not to publish it at all? Initially it might seem that if you have some half-baked idea it does not make sense to write it up since things on the internet … Continue reading Better to Get a Half-Baked Blog Idea on the Internet or Not to Write it at all?
I’m using a current Macbook Pro 13 inch but to be honest, in the first few days, it is not great. I got a newer machine with 16GB ram and a faster processor since the Macbook Air that I had (which is quite old at this point), was getting slow. But right now, since I’ve … Continue reading A Few Initial Thoughts On Upgrading to a New Macbook
Here’s a few notes for future reference for setting up a new mac laptop. I am setting up a new MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports), 16GB RAM. In terms of getting our codebase working, we’ve improved that process a lot using a tool called Strap ( https://github.com/mikemcquaid/strap and https://macos-strap.herokuapp.com/ ) — which helps get a few basic things … Continue reading Notes for Setting Up A New Mac
I put together a post a couple years ago trying to compare neighborhoods across cities: https://medium.com/jeremy-keeshin/neighborhood-comparisons-across-cities-200b7bb6f864 I’ve recently put together a simple website/tool that lets you actually go in and enter your own comparisons of neighborhoods between cities, and then aggregates the results. Try out the site here: http://neighborhood.thekeesh.com/ You can select which cities you want to … Continue reading Site for Neighborhood Comparisons Across Cities
So I had a server on Linode that I had not updated for a while, and it was running Ubuntu 11.04 — which was so old that it was no longer easy for me to just update the OS from that server. Essentially, all the tools to upgrade that OS were so out of date that I … Continue reading Migrating an old Linode on Ubuntu 11.08 to Ubuntu 18.04
Ok, so I have wanted to set up HTTPS on my personal sites for a long time now, but I haven’t done so. I also hadn’t really explored how to do it yet. I had heard about LetsEncrypt but when I had tried it on my server I ran into some road blocks since it … Continue reading Trying to Set Up HTTPS for Free with LetsEncrypt and CertBot