You may not need Oh My Zsh

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
dotfiles
zsh
command-line

I’ve been on pursuit of less with my dotfiles. This isn’t about me hating Oh My Zsh, it’s just about relying on less code. Less code means less bugs. Less code usually means faster execution. It means more control. In turn, more control means more time researching and learning. More […]

Survivor: A Novel

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
books
reading
reviews

Chuck Palahniuk is one of my favorite authors. At one time, Fight Club was one of the most important / impactful books and movies in my life. Last year, I started down the path of consuming all of Chuck’s novels. I read Choke and Lullaby, the latter being one of […]

The 50th Law

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
books
reading
reviews

I figured since one of my goals for 2017 is to have a high profile Twitter feud with rapper turned actor 50 Cent (a/k/a Curtis Jackson), I should probably get to know my enemy a bit better. Loljk, just seemed like an interesting read and had some solid customer reviews […]

My favorite tech purchase of 2016

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
reviews

I know what you’re thinking. Why the hell would I be posting about my favorite tech purchase of 2016 in February of 2017? For that matter, why didn’t I include this nugget of information in my 2016 recap post? Glad you asked! The reason I waited so long is because […]

Breaking up with Bank of America

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
personal finance

Today, after nearly twenty years with Bank of America (formerly Nations Bank) I gave them the boot. Was kind of sad. My relationship with BOA predates so much in my life. But all things come to an end. Except this relationship wasn’t that good. It wasn’t like the horror stories […]