I never thought this would be the last photo I took at Veggie Heaven. They closed on the 22nd of December.
Time and time again, photography teaches me to never pass up an opportunity to take a picture that moves me. There will literally never be another opportunity to take that shot.
We don’t travel a lot. We take about one trip per year. We’d like to travel more. This is a filler post so I can have three “featured” content boxes atop my blog.
- Clone this vim-gnupg plugin.
- Put the .vim file somewhere.
- Edit your .vimrc and tell it to source the file and…
- (optionally) Tell it what key to use as a default recipient:
Ta-da. You can now “vim somefile.gpg” on the commandline and it will automagically decrypt and edit the file, then re-encrypt it when you save or save-exit.
I was originally going to post some smart-ass update about how many years it has been since Copernicus died at age 70. Then, I was going to regale you with my tales of Minecraft adventures. But instead, here, just have a screenshot and a brief story.
This is how I play Minecraft. I put it on Hardcore mode. I pretend like my character has been banished from hell, doomed to walk the duck and pig and villager-infested earth until he can redeem himself. Should he fail by me dying, the world is deleted and he is no more.
I “win” Minecraft this way by giving myself a stopping point. I have to build a portal to the netherworld, step through it, and that is how I win.
Bonus points if you have a floating upside-down lava pentagram in the sky, and your portal is surrounded by rose bushes.
I file Minecraft under art, because that’s what games are.