I get distracted easily, so I wrote a little script to toggle the visibility of the desktop icons on Mac OSX.
Here it is:
#!/bin/bash CURRENT=$(defaults read com.apple.finder CreateDesktop) defaults write com.apple.finder CreateDesktop $((! $CURRENT)) killall Finder
Just run this script and if the icons are on your desktop, they will all disappear… if you have already hidden them, run this script to get them back.
I’ve been disappointed that the Mac OS doesn’t provide a watch command. It’s a very useful command, so its absence from the operating system has always baffled me. Well, after using simple bash before, I finally implemented a better replacement in python.
Here is version 0.1 [ read the rest ]
Today, I learned that there is an app for breaking up. That’s right. There is an app to help you end a relationship. Click this link if you want to see it in action.
Some of you need to download the app today, and I’m not joking. [ read the rest ]
This past Sunday, I closed out my message with a statement that I honestly felt was controversial but something that should be said nevertheless.
I said that tithing is not giving to God. [ read the rest ]
I got a very interesting question on a Connect Card this past Sunday, and I’d like to interact with it here on my site. Here’s what it said:
With all of the prayers God hears every day – how does he hear yours? What makes me as important as everyone else in the world that I am heard?