These are the commands reference in the video
Tmux lets you make a virtual session where you can start a command line app. You can detach from the session and the command will keep running. When you reattach to the session it shows up again
`LEADER`` defaults to CTRL-b but can be changed in `~/.tmux.conf``
The `-t`` stands for "target" which makes it easier for me to remember
The NAME is the first thing on `tmux ls` line before the colon. For example, "website" in "_website: 1 windows (created...)__"
Session NAMEs start life as an index number (starting at zero) until assigned a name. (e.g. this session "NAME" is "0": "_0: 1 windows (created...)__"
The status bar is at the bottom of the terminal
The status bar show the lists of windows
An * identifies the active window in the status bar
A tmux session can have multiple windows which take up the full size of the terminal
Panes divide a single window into multiple smaller sections
One window is created by default when you start a session
Creating a session with a name (instead of just an index reference) is done with `tmux new -s NAME``. I've been doing that but it's hard to remember. I'm liking the patter of starting an unamed session with bare `tmux`` and then renaming