HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) 1 - The Subaru Telescope on Mauna Kea captured video last week of a mysterious light over Hawaii. And it wasn’t a bird, plane … or UFO. Turns out the so-called “flying spiral” is actually a new satellite that was launched earlier that day by SpaceX.
SpaceX sent a Global Positioning Satellite into space for the U.S. Space Force on Wednesday.
On Jan 18, 2023 (HST), the Subaru-Asahi Star Camera captured a mysterious flying spiral over Maunakea, Hawai`i.
While experimenting with the Hugo watch server for static pages and updating while posting on the fly from iAWriter on the iPad, I’ve been unable to set up a Linux cron instead of the -watch mode. It is going to require a little more digging into this as this is not intended to be a production server. For now I’ll keep experimenting with Markdown and memorizing a few of the quicker features that makes writing notes and posting them easy … *perhaps there is a way to tie this into my quickdex.
This is another iAWriter iPad to Hugo test post with a MyDesultoryBlog.com link a way to reset the Linux Hugo cron. Also forgot how to add footnotes.1
Updated on January 20, 2023 by removing the thumbnail. ↩︎
It has been 66 years since President Eisenhower signed the act that created the Interstate Highway System into law on June 29th, 1956.1 An amazing political ($$$) and engineering feat.
Eisenhower and the House Democrats agreed to finance the system through the Highway Trust Fund, which itself would be funded by a gasolinetax. In June 1956, Eisenhower signed the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 into law. Under the act, the federal government would pay for 90 percent of the cost of construction of Interstate Highways.
This is a Second iAWriter iPad to Hugo test post with a LINK to a post highlighting the 15th anniversary of Apple’s introducing the iPhone and continued playing with footnotes.1
Updated on June 29, 2022. ↩︎