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0xmf
    That's it, out for a bit. See you in a couple of hours.
    0xmf
      @dasdom I'm planning to start blogging...if I get organized enough. I don't think you should kill your blog based on current traffic stats because there could always be future generations of coders that might value what you say. Believe in yourself man! ;)
      0xmf
        I'm happy with my old examples, from a year back, they are helping me today and probably will be of tremendous use over the next few weeks. The good thing is I'm building (well, logically extending) previously written code. Isn't there yet but it will be.
        0xmf
          Woke up early, but a bit excited... I'm hoping today will be a good day. Lots of work still to do, though.
          0xmf
            Feeling really weary...of late much of that...
            0xmf
              I have too many squirrels in my tech life.
              0xmf
                @matigo that's my cue to play...continuous repeat?
                0xmf
                  oh yeah, that was Elixir on Windows I was referring to...on Ubuntu installation was fine...Windows...yes but Phoenix webframework is a thingie or two missing. We'll see.
                  0xmf
                    Elixir is installed; Hello World from Elixir is working...now onto work and other stuff....I feel better already.
                    0xmf
                      Really unpleasant work is finished, as a reward I'm going to install Elixir (and thereby Erlang) on Windows
                      0xmf
                        @mandyd I don't because it makes me want to cry.
                        mandyd
                          How do you decide what books to keep?
                          0xmf
                            @jnm Heh! All my git aliases are from oh-my-zsh. All aliases I discovered were awesome, there's just no way I could remember those git commands and options. I even went to the extent of putting aliases in my .gitconfig and .bashrc but not .okshrc (yet).
                            0xmf
                              @mttmccb yep, I'm documenting so later if I got to come back to this I'll at least have a step by step instructions. Once I have a lot more under my belt, I probably try to polish it up... or maybe not. I'm so distracted with wanting to learn new stuff.
                              0xmf
                                @jnm I need that insulation to feel safe and get stuff done. I'd rather have that than keep wondering (each time) is it (for example) git add remote ... or git remote add ... (not that I have an alias for git remote, lol).
                                0xmf
                                  git is, to me, a complex piece of software even to use. I use so much of it through aliases to simplify my workflow but there are lot of areas I still need to understand. It will take a while.
                                  0xmf
                                    woo hoo to me