@magicroundabout I feel like it didn’t live up to the hype because it was supposed to revolutionize media but they kept going through CEOs and could never gain mass adoption. wired.com/2017/01/the-inside-sto…
@magicroundabout I remember it was the only way to share large files in the early 2000’s. It enabled early podcasters and media creators until bandwidth became cheap enough to serve a larger audience.
@magicroundabout I wish I tweeted more about what I’m working on. You be you it’s great.
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@magicroundabout Can you check the headers of the response? Look for the link header and then check if wp-json is within that header value.
@magicroundabout What streaming services do you subscribe to?
@magicroundabout I find the block editor pretty amazing. I use it mostly with a handful of custom blocks I developed.
@magicroundabout Copy your old key to your .ssh/ directory. You’ll probably need to change the permissions so only you can read it: chmod 400 <path to your private key>
You can test if things work by doing ssh -T [email protected]
It should respond with your GitHub username.
@magicroundabout I think ‘rm -rf’ has some safety feature built in now to prevent accidental deleting of your entire system.
I mean there is always PHP’s exec to run any command on the shell: php.net/manual/en/function.exec.…
@magicroundabout I rolled my own solution to lazy load YouTube videos. Same concept. Found on mobile Safari you need to click twice as they restrict autoplaying video.
@magicroundabout I would install the Query Monitor plugin which has a redirection feature…
“Whenever a redirect occurs, Query Monitor adds an HTTP header containing the call stack, so you can use your favourite HTTP inspector or browser developer tools to trace what triggered the redirect.”
@magicroundabout I have this hub amzn.to/3lGMVtg for a 2017 MacBook Pro. It charges the laptop via USB-C. According to their product site “Power is shared between all dock-connected USB-C devices and adjusted based on needs.”