Currently enjoying a pint of Anderson Valley’s cream ale at Rusty Monk in Whittier.
The following is the process I used to install Hugo on POP_OS! 19.04.
$ symbol in the steps below represent the linuxbrew or current directory within linuxbrew. In my case that’s located at…
$ sudo apt install git
$ cd /home $ sh -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Linuxbrew/install/master/install.sh)"
$ cd linuxbrew/ $ sudo apt install linuxbrew-wrapper $ brew install hugo $ sudo apt install hugo $ hugo version $ hugo new site quickstart $ cd quickstart/themes/
$ git clone https://github.com/budparr/gohugo-theme-ananke.git $ cd .. $ git init
Edit your config.toml file and add the folder name to the theme file.
baseURL = "http://example.org/" languageCode = "en-us" title = "My New Hugo Site" theme = "gohugo-theme-ananke"
$ hugo server -D
If everything worked as expected your hugo site should be live at http://localhost:1313/
If you’re curious the test site I published to netlify is at https://epic-mayer-0e6e10.netlify.com/
“What Happened When I (Tried to) Read 30 Books in 30 Days” popped up in the Firefox New Tab, Pocket recommendations but stopped a bit abruptly in the recommendations to read more. I have a few tricks I like to use to accomplish more productive reading.
Regardless of whether you prefer print or digital books load up a few and download them to your phone. I know this sounds obvious but instead of looking at Instagram or Twitter when waiting in a queue or dare I say sitting on a toilet (don’t lie to yourself we all do it) open up a book and read a page or two. Here are some other quick read ideas to get more reading in when you’re alone and not ignoring friends and family.
- Read while eating a meal
- Read while drinking
- Read a page before checking social media every damn time.
I like to set a minimum limit on reading such as 20 minutes or until the end of the chapter. I suggest a manageable and practical goal. If you want to read a whole book every day go for it but be realistic.
Kidding aside, don’t bring printed books into the restroom unless they stay there. That just not right.