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  • thyncology : The Science of Thynctank.
    Ruby Rails 4 Software 10 Unfiled 20 Web 3 Windows 1 WordPress 3 Blogroll Boboroshi DavidRivers name Dreamin Out Loud Funkatron com Kitchcraft Oddlabels Simpltry Skeptek Loading iOS 8 Has Swappable Keyboards Permalink Comments September 22 2014 2 57 pm Category Mobile Tags apple design iOS iphone Finally I can use TextExpander as it was meant to be used and gesture typing via Swype is almost as good as on

    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/ (2016-04-27)
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    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/wp/wp-login.php (2016-04-27)
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  • thyncology : iOS 8 Has Swappable Keyboards!
    Ruby Rails 4 Software 10 Unfiled 20 Web 3 Windows 1 WordPress 3 Blogroll Boboroshi DavidRivers name Dreamin Out Loud Funkatron com Kitchcraft Oddlabels Simpltry Skeptek Loading iOS 8 Has Swappable Keyboards Permalink Comments September 22 2014 2 57 pm Category Mobile Tags apple design iOS iphone Finally I can use TextExpander as it was meant to be used and gesture typing via Swype is almost as good as on

    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/mobile-2/2014/09/ios-8-has-swappable-keyboards/ (2016-04-27)
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  • thyncology : Angular Lifestyle. In Brief.
    build a drag and drop uploader that handles multiple files in browsers that support it which covers pretty much all browsers that support drop events in the first place falling back on an invisible iframe form post for older IE Overcoming some of the trickier bits with Angular has mostly been a matter of learning not to make calls to functions in templates when possible including pre filtering data before rendering the template limiting the number of times a repeater repeats via either pagination or infinite scrolling we ve got an interesting custom bit for that as we don t have just a single repeated on our page so none of the out of the box solutions work Also un learning the whole UJS don t use inline event listener hooks in your markup propaganda I ve lived by seems to be less useful and desirable when directives like ng click handle all the setup and teardown for you which otherwise would be a chore in an SPA app Bindonce is also a very handy set of directives though you must be careful to watch out for situations where data needs updating and re rendering where Bindonce doesn t update it the way vanilla Angular two way binding would Contrariwise it s also been quite useful on my latest controller to set up a number of watches manually for working with UI and in memory data aspects that have no directives or in build functionality to handle that I m aware This same controller is my first attempt at using the this instead of scope referencing needed for a controller as X usage within the template I intend to use this more going forward especially any time I have lots of smaller controllers living on a page together That could

    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/javascript/2014/09/angular-lifestyle-in-brief/ (2016-04-27)
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  • thyncology : Python first steps, vim config updates
    Software Tags AMD bash django node Python RequireJS vim While I ve mostly learned Python via ebooks Python Pocket Reference Learning Python Head First Python I ve also picked up everything Django I ve learned from the official docs on the dispatcher the templating and a few select articles Particularly of interest to me as someone who knows digs Ruby was this set of slides and this page comparing the two So now I get OOP in Python understand decorators and docstrings functions inner functions closures lambdas and operator overloading named vs positional arguments and several of the built in modules and functions are at least passingly familiar Thankfully vim seems to be intelligent enough to recognize Django templates even though they have a html extension As long as there are a couple lines with looping constructs or variables I m good to go I have made several updates to my vimrc and pathogen bundles lately tinkered with tmux and console vim sticking with MacVim for now and am using hubflow and tig for additional tools in my git toolbelt at Gannett Some of the new hotness in my vim arsenal Multichange vim mostly a simplified way of doing s but handy CtrlP finally tried this again and have switched from CommandT It s native vimscript CommandT isn t handles MRU and works in console for me transparent didn t realize gvim MacVim supported this Mine s set to 10 wildignore very useful while vimgrepping using numerous plugins like CommandT or CtrlP Be aware some plugins use this slightly differently CtrlP Fugitive I ve actually been using this a while but it s truly shined lately with features like Gdiff for version comparison and manual merge conflict resolution and branch name autocomplete when branch hopping increment decrement from start of

    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/software/2013/05/python-first-steps-vim-config-updates/ (2016-04-27)
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  • thyncology : Pocket: the new way to learn
    it Later is a service and set of apps available for Mac iOS Android various browsers that allows you to quickly add web content to a list of everything you want to read but have no time for right this moment If you re like me you come across articles specifications videos and more that you know you really want to read but you re a busy guy Or gal The Pocket extensions for Firefox and Chrome make this stupidly easy Sign in once and you re good to go I ve been using the service for over 2 years now and it s been stable and constantly improving the whole time The creator Nathan Weiner exchanged emails with me took bug reports from me and was generally a nice communicative fellow There s even a public API which I once used to build a Read it Later client for webOS called Rilly for all that link is worth What improvements have been added over this time You might ask Well the first significant one was adding offline support to the native readers which means I can read on a train or in this cheap motel room where the Internet is crap and costs far more than crap should Second there is now a plain text view which is how I prefer to read most articles In this view the contents of the original web page are extracted and carefully parsed through to determine whether they re a part of the article or merely trimmings like ads navigation and so on This feature has seen several revisions itself including adding a night time dark theme which works well in low light and pretty decent controls over presentation serif sans serif font size justification color theme and brightness independent of device

    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/web-2/2013/05/pocket-the-new-way-to-learn/ (2016-04-27)
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  • thyncology : Multiple Github accounts and ssh keys: the solution
    when it came time to clone my first repo to work on This employer uses GitHub Problem I couldn t clone it using ssh as I would normally I made sure to generate a new key and upload the pubkey to GitHub but I was getting the message ERROR Repository not found fatal Could not read from remote repository Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists I tried cloning the repo via http and this worked but forced me to enter my GitHub credentials repeatedly especially when pushing pulling multiple branches I could not stand for this Github clearly recognized my rights to write but failed to connect up my key to my account After a bit of runaround confusion over who needed to manage my key this was my first experience with GitHub organizations which also have the concept of deploy keys whatever they are and reading through git and ssh verbose output to determine GitHub was accepting the wrong key I finally hit upon the answer to the problem apparently the only solution from what I ve read ssh configure a config file I didn t even have on my machine to begin with The default config on Mac running Mountain Lion lives in etc ssh config and you can start by copying this file into your ssh directory There are lots of options mostly commented out and plenty of explanatory comments to go with them What wasn t immediately clear to me from the comments in the file or from the manpage for ssh was exactly how Host directives work Apparently a Host config groups a number of settings together for hostnames designated but actually allows ssh and through it git to treat these hostnames as aliases for real hostnames So

    Original URL path: http://www.thynctank.com/software/2013/05/multiple-github-accounts-and-ssh-keys-the-solution/ (2016-04-27)
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  • thyncology : Fixing Cracked WordPress
    Fixing Cracked WordPress Permalink Comments February 14 2013 5 12 am Category WordPress Tags fixes security shell After several months of being too busy or too depressed to fix and update my blogs I ve finally managed to clean all I believe of the nastiness away So how did I do it and what did I do differently from last time Last time I did everything manually because I wanted to be sure to find every instance of offending code of which I figured there could be many variations Turns out black hats are lazy like me and I m pretty sure it was all instances of a PHP eval call with some huge url encoded or escaped string in it So if you find yourself in the same pickle with a corrupted WordPress be sure to fix it the lazy way grep rl eval xargs sed i s eval g Run this from the top directory containing your WP instance It will dig in recursively the r and find all files containing an eval call There are other words containing eval so it s important to be sure to only remove those calls with parens and a semicolon after

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