doing - BrettTerpstra.com
lol here's like the 100th 'productivity' app i've tried this year
productivity  tools  cli 
9 weeks ago
Spree Demo Site
demo page for design reference
spree  ecommerce 
11 weeks ago
Double Cross Disc | SOMA Fabrications
Double Cross Disc Specifications/Recommendations:
- Headset: 1-1/8" (threadless external cup)
- Front derailleur: 28.6mm, bottom pull
- Seatpost: 27.2mm
- Seat collar: 29.8 or 30.0mm (not included)
- Hub rear spacing: 132.5mm (if the chainstays on your Old Gold Double Cross Disc are basically straight); 135mm (if your chainstays are slightly bowed. this is the current spec as of late 2013) If you are in doubt of which you have, just use MTB hubs.
- Brakes: Disc (International mount, 160mm rotors)
- Bottom bracket shell: 68mm wide, English threads
- Max.Tire Clearance: 700c x 41mm
- Downtube shifters: Mounts available
- Water bottle bosses: 2 sets
- Acceptable fork length: 389 - 401mm axle to crown
- Acceptable fork rack: 44mm - 50mm
650b  frame  bikebuild 
april 2017
The Recurse Center User’s Manual - Recurse Center
No feigning surprise
The first rule means you shouldn't act surprised when people say they don't know something. This applies to both technical things ("What?! I can't believe you don't know what the stack is!") and non-technical things ("You don't know who RMS is?!"). Feigning surprise has absolutely no social or educational benefit: When people feign surprise, it's usually to make them feel better about themselves and others feel worse. And even when that's not the intention, it's almost always the effect. As you've probably already guessed, this rule is tightly coupled to our belief in the importance of people feeling comfortable saying "I don't know" and "I don't understand."

No well-actually's
A well-actually happens when someone says something that's almost - but not entirely - correct, and you say, "well, actually…" and then give a minor correction. This is especially annoying when the correction has no bearing on the actual conversation. This doesn't mean the Recurse Center isn't about truth-seeking or that we don't care about being precise. Almost all well-actually's in our experience are about grandstanding, not truth-seeking. (Thanks to Miguel de Icaza for originally coining the term "well-actually.")

No back-seat driving
If you overhear people working through a problem, you shouldn't intermittently lob advice across the
culture  guide  advice 
march 2017
multi touch - How do I disable Chrome's two-finger back/forward navigation? - Ask Different
defaults write com.google.Chrome AppleEnableSwipeNavigateWithScrolls -bool FALSE
chrome  settings  defaults  osx  browser 
march 2017
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