Break out of ssh after it locks

Every time I suspend my laptop (by closing the lid) I inevitably have at least one terminal with an ssh session open to a remote host that ends up freezing that terminal on unsuspend. I usually just close that terminal window/tab and start a new one in it's place but it annoyed me because it didn't feel right.

Today, I found a way to kill the session and regain access to the terminal window by using the following key comnination: Enter + ~ + .

Another nifty thing I learned is the ability to suspend a ssh session with ~^Z and then unsuspend it with fg+Enter.


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Just saw an illustration showing the brain getting fried by radiation from a cellphone and it struck me how these days, more than ever, our phones are in our hands than next to our ears.


Give content URLs!

I hate one page websites. I'd rather click than scroll. Give content URLs, people! Don't make me view source to find anchors.

PHP Deployment Tools

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Viral Headline Template #1

"... You won't believe what happened next!"

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Yay! Applinks! Lets "use" the web to kill the web y'all!

Applinks misses the point and shows a failure to recognize the real problem with native apps

Made my Dribble debut today:

Commented on a post by Aaron Parecki.

I made a point of not including any third-person text about the things I publish there. I'm not going to say "Aaron liked a post on..." for example

See First-person narrative

Liked a post by Kyle Mahan.

This post strikes me as right on. When I started coding for my site, I implemented comments the way you might for any old web programming tutorial. I’d receive a mention, parse out the content, and stick it in a database table. This never felt quite right — I’m using this awesome, innovative indieweb federation stuff as just a fancy comment-entry-form. And maybe that’s ok for a first step (or maybe not), but there’s more here!

Also on the other side of the coin, this makes me want to put more thought and effort into my replies, so they’re actually befitting a post of their own.

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