Work and Rest

Here’s a quick Alfred workflow I made up to handle starting and ending the workday.

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Push All The Remotes!

I know I can do all this via the command line, but I use a Mac because I have the power of a command line with an elegant UI. So, in light of that, I use and enjoy Tower. Here is a new automation workflow for Alfred that helps make Tower more powerful.

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(Re) Finding Balance

Here's a quick recap of a thought experiment I did this weekend. Life is insane blah blah blah and just like a slowly boiled frog, I regularly need to readjust.

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30 Days in March

February is always a rough month for me, it seems. It's part psychological and probably part SAD. This year it was also part extreme busy-ness.

But today marks a new month! So I'm hopping back on 30 days horse.

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Introducing Project QA: Part 3 (With great power)

As I developed this module I became more and more excited about what these tools I kept finding could do if I were to integrate them. In discussing ideas with colleagues there was a central theme that kept coming up and was said best by Peter Parker:

With great power comes great responsibility.

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Tracking Historical Markers

I started a new game with the kids recently: collecting photos of historical markers. It’s fun for everyone, rather educational, and has opened my eyes to a few other things as well.

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Introducing Project QA: Part 2 (Writing a submodule)

Let's walk through building a submodule for Project QA, shall we?

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Introducing Project QA

Ever wish there was a better way to keep an eye on a project you're working on? After being inspired by this presentation at Drupalcon Portland I decided to create a Drupal module to help automate the code evaluation process: Project QA.

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A Far More Direct Siri Blog Publishing Method

Previously I set up a Rube Goldberg method of publishing my Jekyll-based blog via Siri. Here's a more streamlined update.

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Why Nate of Nine?

It has been fun and enlightening to me to find out how obvious or obscure my site name is to people. Some got it right away, some have no idea what I'm talking about.

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