Programmatically creating CCK nodes in PHP (interaction with the Path module) (June 12, 2008, 5) - I’ve been experimenting with the Drupal Content Construction Kit, which promised to be a more flexible way to deal with custom node types in the Drupal content management system. However, I’m a finicky sort of person who likes being able to reproduce the setup from a fresh start, and CCK isn’t well-known for that. In
Knowing people (April 21, 2007, 0) - Carlos Perez wrote:
How do you do it? I noticed that you had over 400 linked in contacts. That’s pretty impressive considering that you ‘just got out of the boat’ and are still in grad. school. What’s your secret?
How do I do it? One person at a time. I go to events that
Net worth report (September 26, 2007, 0) - I spent some time figuring out how to generate Gnuplot graphs from the financial records I’ve been keeping with Ledger. Here’s what I came up with:
To generate this graph, I pieced together the following reports:
ledger -M -C -R -n -J reg ^assets ^liab > net-worth
ledger -t -a -M -C -R -n -j reg ^Income >
There are some things for which Google has no answer (November 28, 2006, 0) - Part of growing up, I guess, is learning how to deal with questions
Be gentle with me for the next few days, please. I am sad.
Explanations will follow when I understand myself a bit more.
Random Emacs symbol: setf – Macro: Set each PLACE to the value of its VAL.
Woohoo! (September 12, 2007, 0) - My department followed up on my delayed letter of confirmation, and
they found someone at SGS who’s willing to do it. So I can pick it up
at 3:00 and get my application finally on its way!
Random Emacs symbol: pcomplete-here* – Macro: An alternate form which does not participate in argument paring.