💡As MindNode was just added to SetApp, I fired up the iOS version. An hour later and discovering you can copy a node and paste it into Omnifocus as a project, I’m a changed person. screenshot of projects in Omnifocus with mind map in Mindnode

related to my last thought, has anyone ever just archived their blog and started over? I’m tempted to just put everything in a subdomain and start over from scratch. I’m also tempted to retire themiklb.com domain as primary 🤔

Found myself looking at filter and config docs for a static site engine before I really know what I want my next personal site to do/look like. Time to take my own advice and just write some HTML and CSS and figure it out from there.

I’ve tried every git GUI client there is, and @GitKraken saved me a ton of time last week. Just upgraded to their pro plan. And if just 10,000 of you do the same, I can get a free Tesla https://www.gitkraken.com/invite/9XPtsfpv No, seriously screenshot of referral program showing 10000 gets Tesla model 3

Free startup idea: MeetMeIn – a database of all tech events and friends put in their interests and matches them with a conference they would all enjoy. Meet IRL opps galore.

So my tale of getting webserver working again in Mojave stands at this: nginx is running. When I run a port scan on localhost port 80 diesn’t show up. Now if I fire up a simple server with python python -m SimpleHTTPServer 80 I get a system prompt for permission to listen and then http shows up in port scan. Somehow I need to trigger than permission for nginx is my guess. Anyone experience this?

I feel like I need to pay someone for an hour to hold my hand to get up and running on Docker. I just want the same familiarity of using git and CLI to work locally as I have with homebrew (that’s kinda borked right now.)

so using certbot-auto and prefered challenge dns for subdomain wildcard and TLD it wants you create two TXT records in DNS for same _acme_challenge but AWS Route 53 doesn’t allow duplicate TXT records. 😂

Watching packages get updated for a server to host a “web app” and it is easy to forget how much work is quietly being done before the first piece of html is written.