Pass Multiple Variables to lessc Command Line Arguments

Posted: February 11th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: html, web | Tags: , | No Comments »

In order to pass more than one argument to the lessc compiler you need to use the option argument for each variable, for example

lessc --modify-var="bgColor=purple" --modify-var="bodyColor=aqua" custom.less test.css

Notice the “–modify-var” option being passed twice, this is because there is no separator


Merge Duplicate Artists in Plex Music Library

Posted: August 29th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: rando | 1 Comment »

Navigate to  your music library and find duplicate artists you would like to merge:


Click the select checkbox


Click on the entries to be merged


Click Merge




Youtube Channels for Programmers, Hackers, and Techies

Posted: April 18th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: informational list | No Comments »




Business / StartUps


Programming Game design and development


Random — IMHO the best youtube channel in existence. Every video is a rabbit hole of interesting questions and tangents with fantastic presentation and weirdly uplifting closing points. — Smart thought provoking videos that use internet memes, gaming, anime, and such as the launch off points. — Well presented science videos with a focus on the joy of learning. –Man riding up elevators in different building — 6300+ man smoking cigars/tobacco pipes and grumbling



SOURCE HackerNews


Full Profiles For 3rd-degree connections are available only to premium account holders

Posted: March 27th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: google | Tags: | No Comments »

LinkedIn is really pushing their premium service, and they using some shady tactics in the process. If you are logged in to LinkedIn and perform a google search for someone who is a 3rd degree connection, and click on their profile you will see the following

 Linkedin search result if you're logged in

However, if you close that tab and search for the same person using LinkedIn’s built-in search:


And click on the profile from there:


You might be surprised to learn that you can now view their full profile. Another workaround is to open the profile in Private Mode, or log out of LinkedIn. Doesn’t seem very above-the-board, especially considering that LinkedIn doesn’t have the best history building user confidence. In fact, it seems very similar to Experts Exchange fiasco from a few years back.


**no association with Mr. Pickens, he just happens to be a 3rd-degree connection to me on LinkedIn