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Changing Where Screenshots are Saved in MacOS

If you’ve taken a screenshot in MacOS (with Cmd+3 or Cmd+4), you’ll notice that by default these screenshots are saved to your desktop. After you’ve taken a couple of screenshots, your desktop will start to get rather cluttered…


Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber

Below is James Demore's “Google memo” in it’s entirety… an interesting read.


A Fix for “sudo: unable to resolve host” in WSL

If you’ve used WSL for any amount of time, you might have noticed that anytime that you attempt to run a command with sudo, there’s a slight delay followed by an error that your hostname can’t be resolved and then the usual prompt for y


Going to Eleven: Adding an AMP to Your Linux Server

This is guide is the second in a series about setting up your own DigitalOcean droplet. In this guide you’ll be setting up the remainder of the LAMP stack used to host dynamic web pages.


Setting Up Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

One of the new things that was included in Microsoft’s new Windows 10 Anniversary Update was the inclusion of the new Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) that allows you to run bash and Unix terminal programs natively.


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