In Finder -> Preferences -> General there is a checkbox option to show ‘Connected servers’. Use that to show connected servers and then you can make aliases for them. I learned about this setting today over here.
There are a bunch of great examples of using vagrant for testing purposes in
High Availability for the LAMP Stack: Eliminate Single Points of Failure and Increase Uptime for Your Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP Based Web Applications by Jason Cannon which I have on my Kindle.
Bumped into This is how I git which is full of tips about working with git.
Today I bumped into Protecting TimeMachine backups from itself. A good article, covers various TimeMachine Mac things including `tmutil`.
Today I saw What is a database backup (back to the basics), which I probably should have read more closely than I did.
This article about Wikimedia’s CDN popped up on lobste.rs today.
Today I discovered an article explaining Linux file system timestamps: Linux File Timestamps Explained: atime, mtime, and ctime; and a good thing too, because I always thought ‘ctime’ was ‘create time’, but not so! Turns out that ‘ctime’ is ‘change time’, similar to ‘mtime’ but apparently cannot be set from userspace. My investigations were prompted by my investigations info how `borg create` identified changed files.
Today I read The unrealized potential of federation.