I’ve been looking for weeks at various stores around Tulsa, and online, for USB-C hubs. I already have a USB-C hub that has ports like Ethernet, HDMI, and USB-A. What I am looking for is a hub that has many USB-C ports. As my Lightning cables age out, and I replace more equipment with devices … Continue reading Wherefore art thou, USB-C hubs?
Today, I would like to discuss a project that I care very deeply about: the musl libc. One of the most controversial and long-standing debates in the musl community is that musl does not define a preprocessor macro. What’s in a macro? Simply put, preprocessor macros allow C code to build parts of itself conditionally. … Continue reading The musl preprocessor debate
It has been about a year since I published Really leaving the Linux desktop behind. This marks the first year I’ve used Mac OS as my primary computing environment since 2014. Now, I want to summarise my thoughts and feelings on using the Apple ecosystem as my primary platform – good and bad. The Amazing … Continue reading Daily-driving a Mac, one year later
Apple’s Mail Plug-In system is quite amazing, and has led to some innovative and brave developments as an MUA (Mail User Agent). These brave developments include: wrapping long lines like a decent MUA, quoting messages in replies correctly like a decent MUA, and an option to Wrap Text like a decent MUA. I actually forgot … Continue reading Using MailWrap on macOS Monterey