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Learning Unix for OS X, from the O’Reilly collection, is a book I read long ago but that I forgot to review in time. Here are some words about it.

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Over the years, I have been using various approaches to note taking on my Mac, especially to annotate articles or books I read, or just quickly write some reminders or archive snippets of code. None has definitely been satisfactory–the last iteration was a combination of a standard BibTeX file and hundreds of ebooks managed by Papers app, and I definitely need a more robust workflow. So, I decided to start again from scratch.

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A fresh new week…

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Last day, I decided to embrace modern web technologies by switching to Hugo in order to manage my website in a more elegant manner. Up to now, I have been using a mix of Markdown and HTML files with custom CSS and site structure. This was also a good opportunity to revise some content and check internal links. Indeed, since Dropbox removed their support for sharing live link in our Public folder, I was left with tons of broken image links (in fact, all of them).

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Here are some draft notes, written in 2016, unfilled but not lost forever. With slight edits to accomodate a proper archive blog post. Docker (August 2016) Docker allows to wrap software into a dedicated filesystem available on a server without having to build a complete virtual machine (VM) with its own operating system (OS). Docker containers can thus run as isolated processes on any computer and any OS. Getting started with Docker There are actually two options to install Docker on a Mac: Docker Toolbox and Docker for Mac.

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