Happy last month of @inboxbygmail, everyone! This is truly the darkest timeline.
A Former Football Player Told Congress How The NCAA Misleads The Public On Concussions https://deadspin.com/a-former-football-player-told-congress-how-the-ncaa-mis-1832902014
Just picked up tickets to see @thelonelyisland in June!
"git req 42", fetch merge request number 42 and switch to that branch: https://arusahni.github.io/git-req/
Supports GitHub and GitLab.
How an Investigation of Fake FCC Comments Snared CQ Roll Call, a Prominent D.C. Media Firm: https://gizmodo.com/how-an-investigation-of-fake-fcc-comments-snared-a-prom-1832788658?utm_medium=sharefromsite&utm_source=gizmodo_twitter&utm_campaign=top via @gizmodo
Part of the reason this took so long to get out is this is a total rewrite. What was once 90% Bash and 10% Python is now 100% @firstname.lastname@example.org!
h/t to @email@example.com & @firstname.lastname@example.org for field testing, and @Sinistersnare@twitter.com for his #rustlang tipz.
After several months of frustration, enlightenment, and every emotion in between, I've published version 2.0 of git-req: a git extension that lets you check out merge/pull request branches from the command line with just the ID. Give it a spin! https://arusahni.github.io/git-req/
I met someone who only knew of `ZZ` and not `:wq` to write and quit #vim (I'm aware they're not exactly the same). Which do you know of?
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