GNU Screen Hotkeys vs. Tmux Hotkeys

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
cli
screen
tmux

Years ago I had finally picked up on using a terminal multiplexer as part of my day to day workflow. I started with tmux having only used screen for one off server tasks that I wanted to persist across my Internet connection taking a shit. Nothing wrong with tmux but […]

Your shell aliases may be making you dumb

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
dotfiles
cli

Maybe not, but mine definitely have been. Doubt this is a popular opinion but I’ve recently come to realization that while seemingly making me more productive, my shell aliases have the potential of making me dumb. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still a big fan of shell aliases, but I’m […]

My 2019 Goals

By Josh Sherman
7 min read
goals
inspiration
motivation

For the last couple of years I’ve done a post the weekend after Thanksgiving to outline for goals for the coming year. Last year I went pretty big with my goals, a la Grant Cardone and the 10X Rule. But this isn’t a recap post, so I’m not quite ready […]

VPS $3.50 Showdown - November 2018 - Lightsail vs. Vultr

By Josh Sherman
8 min read
reviews
hosting
amazon
lightsail
vultr

Before you go commenting on the obvious, let me go ahead and clear the air a bit. First off, yes, DigitalOcean and Linode are purposefully omitted from this comparison because they lack of a $3.50 tier. Second, yes, I’m aware there are other providers that offer $3.50 pricing tiers. Most […]

America: Our National Language

By Jenny Sherman
5 min read
autodidacticism
rant

Hello, it’s thatgirljen, the wife, here again with a guest post! You might not know, but I’m a homeschooling parent. That means I get to impart all sorts of vital information and knowledge upon our kiddo. Thankfully, there’s the internet, which is great for sourcing and researching all the facts. […]