Buying Lunch Costs
Turkey sandwich at deli - $6
Inevitable impulse snack buy at the counter because you never get out of the office until you’re starving - $3
Internalized guilt trip from mom for buying lunch every day - $9
Discomfort caused by unorganized line at the deli counter where the guy yells “next!” and everybody looks around apprehensively trying to figure out who was next while the assertive person who was definitely not next places their order - $4
Bringing Lunch For The Week Costs
2 lbs. Turkey - $11.98
1 loaf of bread - $2.99
2 tomatoes - $1.45
1 head lettuce - $1.99
20 minutes/day @ $50/hr - $83.33
Guilt of throwing out groceries when x of y are starving in z - $1.60
Rotting hands from doing dishes - $2.10
Install the command line tools for Xcode here. You don’t have to install Xcode if you don’t need it. It doesn’t even come with the command line tools automatically anymore anyway.
Install the 64-bit version of MySQL for OS X.
Add the following lines to your ~/.bash_login file:
Now you should be able to install RVM using their install instructions and then rvm install 1.9.3.
If you need to install 1.8.7, you have to install XQuartz first and run:
rvm install 1.8.7 —with-gcc=clang
Check this out if you need to install ImageMagick and RMagick.
Gilt offers 10 Omaha Steaks 6oz. Filet Mignons at 40% off $165 for $99.
Omaha Steaks offers 10 Omaha Steaks 6oz. Filet Mignons at 33% off $165 for $109.00
Not much of a sale, Gilt.
Manually re-blogged from http://ianlotinsky.wordpress.com/2010/09/24/rails-path-and-url-helpers/
Sometimes I forget the simple differences between Rail’s helpers. This mini post is so I don’t forget.
Generates relative URLs: /users
Used in views by link_to, form_for, etc. (per DHH)
The browser maps relative URLs to absolute URLs based on the current page’s protocol and host (/users on the page http://domain.com/new translates to http://domain.com/users)
Generates absolute URLs: http://domain.com/users
Used in controllers by redirect_to (per DHH) because RFC 2616 states that redirects must be absolute URLS. This is true, however, modern browsers can handle relative URL redirects now too
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