entries by topic: userland
I wrote userland: a book about the command line for humans a while ago.
See /userland-book for the text itself.
|2016/10/14||It’s the middle of the night, and I should be sleeping. Because I had a run in with a plate of Oskar Blues chicken enchiladas and one to four pilsners (who’s counting, really?), I am not.|
|2016/1/16||importing workings-book to the p1k3 tree|
|2015/10/24||userlands, 1 of ?|
|2014/11/11||It’s late on a Tuesday night in November. The temperature outside has been in the single digits for a couple of hours, and is projected to reach a high somewhere around 5° tomorrow. It’s the kind of night where I’ve got cabinet doors open wide and a trickle running from the faucets and I might just leave the heat on when I go to work tomorrow, utility bills be damned.|
|2014/10/20||I finally got this thing fixed.|
|2014/5/12||I've been working on this, bit by bit, for months. A couple more chapters/sections close to done over the weekend:|
|2013/9/10||the command line as a literary environment|