For my own memory, I'm listing things that upgrading to El Capitan broke in my dev environment. (All these were working before the upgrade.)
Or, perhaps "Revealophobia"? I was wondering whether there's a word for that feeling of, "Oops, I just clicked an advertising link or googled for something I don't really care about and now Google thinks I'm a fan of [insert product or service here]." "Misinterpreted-o-phobia"?
In Estonia, newspaper websites are generally cesspools of animated gifs and flash banners. I have been using an ad blocker for so long I had somewhat forgotten how these pages look in their natural state. I did a screenshot comparison of a page with and without an ad blocker. See for yourself.
Here for my own reference
As you can see from this grainy pic, the conditions on Weller's Bay can get pretty fun. (note the white caps in the distance) The problem is that if I try to capture some of it with my camera, the result is less than spectacular. Compounding the problem is the fact that our beach is quite sheltered and you don't hit clean wind until you're at least half a kilometre out.
The page at https://local-dev.domain.com says:
An error occurred at http://local-dev.domain.com/pespall/admin/build/views/ajax/display/pesap....
Error Description: 0:
Not only was the error irritating, but it prevented me from making changes in the Views interface so I couldn't do my work. My apache log would have corresponding lines like this:
When I got to the point of creating a simple array with which to build a form dropdown for Canadian provinces for the umpteenth time, I decided to paste it here for future use. I suspect similarly oft-used arrays to soon follow. (U.S. states, Countries etc.)
This August I bought a snazzy Sony Ericsson Neo during my trip to Estonia. For my two weeks there (using my local, Estonian number) it was my portable Wi-Fi router and I could access my work computer half a world away while we were doing 100 km/h driving between Tallinn and Tartu. It was my first experience having a self-contained, 24/7, mobile internet workspace and it was pretty cool.
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