I’ve always kept newspaper front pages with epochal and impactful events. But now…
Tom McGee Posts
We’re finishing up a big PITA migration here at The Job and maybe this will help you, dear reader, if you ever have to deal with a tangle like this.
This scheme of combustion in order to get power makes me sick to think of it — it is so wasteful…We should utilize natural forces and thus get all of our power. Sunshine is a form of energy, and the winds and the tides are manifestations of energy. Do we use them? Oh no; we burn up wood and coal, as renters burn up the front fence for fuel. We live like squatters, not as if we owned the property. There must surely come a time when heat and power will be stored in unlimited quantities in every community, all gathered by natural forces. Electricity ought to be as cheap as oxygen, for it cannot be destroyed.
Flea markets and church sales aren’t the only places to pick up big collections of music.
Going through my media library this morning, I found this group of photos taken in the Great Swamp back in the day. On early versions of this blog, they were used as the top banner image. I hope you like them as much as I do!
Two examples of PHP scripts that use WP-CLI. I like to do it this way rather than as a shell script because a) shell scripts are unreadable; and b) I don’t know how to write shell scripts. The first updates an option based on plugin activation and the current option value; the second selectively activates or de-activates a plugin based on the current theme.
I had a little time before rehearsal last night at the Brooklyn Museum, and I noticed something odd lying in the grass. Look at this, and more.
How Did I Miss This?
On the eastern edge of Montclair, a huge park that offers as much as you could expect from a suburban park.