I had the Gangnam Style Wings at BBQ Chicken KTown in Koreatown NYC (in the shadow of Empire State Building). They were amazing and new. Black pepper and garlic.
Day trip from outside Philly to NYC. Non-touristy route.
2.56km in 18:29, 6:51/km pace.
I saw some deer while out for a run.
POSSE: Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere
I might start doing this.
It’s been nearly a year since I blogged here, but I’ve made a few posts to the Resources.co blog:
- Building a visual JSON editor – Part 1 of ?
- Building a visual JSON editor – Part 2 of ?
- Testing OAuth Sign In Using Gitea and Playwright
- Building a visual JSON editor – Part 3 of ?
I’m cofounding a new startup, called Resources.co.
It will be a new platform for interacting with data and APIs.
Currently it has a visual JSON editor. If you go to Examples > Pokemon on desktop or paste
request get https://pokeapi.co/api/v2/pokemon/bulbasaur into it on mobile, you can see the JSON editor. It will soon be able to make any kind of API request, like Postman.
I’ll post more about it later!
If you have a homebrew-installed library that you need to link against, use brew –prefix to set your LDFLAGS and CPPFLAGS:
brew install openssl export LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include -L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib" export CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS -I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include -L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib"
I needed this to install the latest version of psycopg2. Before I set this, I was getting this error:
Library not loaded: libssl.dylib
I got part of the way there with this StackOverflow answer comment and the rest of the way with a StackOverflow answer that said to use LDFLAGS (setting DYDL_LIBRARY_PATH didn’t work for me) and the rest of the way from another StackOverflow answer that said to use LDFLAGS.