Technology

Git, Damn You

I’m always committing to the wrong branch, then I have to google rollback commit which gets me to a solution like this (see SO here): This is fine and all, but clobbers the original commit. Now I’m six commits in and realize I’m on the wrong branch for fuck’s sake. So thinking this through, I …

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Minikube Docker Registry

I run minikube with hyperkit. Enabling a docker registry has minikube dynamically allocating a port on every start. I would prefer to keep this port static so I can reference it in my scripts, but have not found a way to do so. But I have found you can easily do port forwarding with socat. …

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IANAE

I am not an epidemiologist. This will be my last post on Covid-19. There are too many conflicting stories and too many agendas. I don’t think I have anything new to offer so I’ll shut up. But why is the CDC counting viral and antibody tests together? Just when I thought I’ve seen the worst, …

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Pandemic

Covid-19 Prevalence

Amazonian tribes are getting it, a tiger in the bronx zoo got it, we’ve been social distancing in California and still cannot get our R0 below one, and we’re seeing the smallest towns in rural America getting hit. I’ve been saying for months that this thing is much more wide spread than people are realizing. …

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Covid-19 Data

People are collecting and aggregating data in many different ways. These are the sites that I find most interesting: COVID-19 ProjectionsProjection of cases vs. required resources. COVID ActNowLike COVID-19 Projections, but with best/worst case scenarios. Covid by CountyCompare growth rates across US counties. 91-DIVOCVisualization of exponential spread. The COVID Tracking ProjectTest results for each state.

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