“The shame! The shame!”

Today I learned I’ve been pronouncing not one but two words incorrectly my entire life.

Vestigial is “veh-stij-al,” not “veh-stij-ee-al”


Detritus is “deh-TRY-tus,” not “DEH-tri-tus”

Flagellation begins at the top of the hour.

Almost My Dad’s French Orange Cake

When I was about 12 or 13, my father introduced me to the best cake I’ve ever eaten–a basic bundt cake, as I remember, soaked in a wonderfully sticky orange syrup.

I tried to find the crinkled, yellowed NY Times clipping in my father’s things after he passed, but I never succeeded.

This NYT Cooking recipe by Moira Hodgson is very, very close to what I remember. It’s probably better to my adult palate because Dad always used orange juice concentrate; I’m sure it was hard to get good oranges in the winter in Maryland. I’ve added a bit of Northern California foodie culture by decorating not only with the called-for icing sugar but also pomegranate seeds and cardamom-scented whipped cream…and a couple of tablespoons of Bruto Americano in the syrup. 

Photo when it comes out on the table tonight!
Merry Christmas, everyone–

Source: Orange Cake Recipe

Remove Individual OS X Configuration Profile via Command Line – Jamf Nation

…the uninstall has to be formatted like: profiles -R -p com.apple.mdm.server.corp.company.com.123af456-78e9-112-123a-123a456789.alacarte …and like @nessts said, you’ll need to get that whole identifier string from the “` profiles -P “` command. If you have a password required to uninstall the profile, that’ll still be necessary from the command line, like it would through the gui. Hope that helps!

Source: Remove Individual OS X Configuration Profile via Command Line – Jamf Nation

Use The Profiles Command In Sierra – krypted.com

To script profile deployment, administrators can add and remove configuration profiles using the new /usr/bin/profiles command. To see all profiles, aggregated, use the profiles command with just the -P option:/usr/bin/profiles -P

– As with managed preferences (and piggy backing on managed preferences for that matter), configuration profiles can be assigned to users or computers. To see just user profiles, use the -L option:

Source: Use The Profiles Command In Sierra – krypted.com