Would like to present a thought experiment:
I don’t understand the sense for Github to have deep coupling with Jekyll. It makes no sense to have the Jekyll site compiled at the server side effectively coupling Jekyll with Github.
I think someone who is open to scrutiny with a mind to correct one self has an absolute Superior Thought. Even better than most who may have better intrinsic capabilities. Because the former will always have the potential to learn and improve and will be in the path of constant improvement.
Github pages is an excellent way to publish static sites, but I hate one aspect of their implementation: Having the static sites’ assets in another branch:
gh-pages. I think this is just wrong, especially when considering many projects forced to have their site in the same repo.
This is the second week I am going for the training with Nikhil to prepare for a Marathon on November 1st. Though the 10 km marathon seems to be daunting especially for someone like me who does close no exercise, I managed to walk 5 Kms at nearly full speed the first day itself. I guess I should trust iPhone’s claim that I walk 4.5 Kms daily!
Following is an excerpt is from an article describing the way parents transferring PTSD to their children.
In the spirit of doing as much as work via command line, I removed a noisy audio from a tech talk I wanted to view. This is just a note to my future self to the way I did it.
An excerpt from Mr. Shiju Joseph’s MPhil thesis on Psycho Cultural Analysis of Popular Films in Malayalam, 2005. Reposting for better visibility and readability.
Its been nearly an year since I delved into Ruby/Unix. Most of what I did hovered around learning from online resources and working on simple projects, I am happy that I learnt quite a lot. I can totally imagine surprising the person I was an year back. But, I fear: whether I actually failed! Well no, its not a question about losing trust in what I am learning. But I feel the rate of progress that I am making isn’t fast enough.
I imagine this blog to have a significant number of code snippets and this very post is an attempt to find a solution for it.