Getting an A+

Getting an A+

If I run this domain through Qualsys's SSL Server test, I get an A+. Which feels like a good score. I followed someone else's instructions on how to do this, but I can't remember where that was, so I figure putting the configuration here will be handy for me and,...

Ghost

Ghost

Background I had a reason to see if I could get Ghost running alongside this Wordpress install today, and it turns out that once you follow the correct and up-to-date instructions, it's quite simple. I run Apache rather than nginx, so the default instructions don't...

Building a Family Week Planner

Building a Family Week Planner

"Are you home Thursday night, or do you have yoga?" "Are the kids going anywhere this weekend?" "I'm sure I mentioned that!" I've wanted to build a family week planner for ages that puts everyone's week on a easy to read screen somewhere in the house. Maybe somewhat...

My Photography Workflow

My Photography Workflow

I found lots of posts about developing film at home, but it felt like they left out some details. I'll, inevitably, also leave things out, but I'm going to have a crack at writing a comprehensive guide to getting as far as having a dry, clean, developed film, and...

Gone Analogue

Gone Analogue

A few weeks ago I wrote about doing wet photography again. I'm now two films in, and it's as good as I remember it. My films aren't working out perfectly. I'm making mistakes. A lot of them. Bad metering. Bad film handling. Bad...

Going Analogue

Going Analogue

It's no secret that I like technology, and I do, if I'm going to be absolutely honest with myself (and what better a place for that than in a place where about 56.1% of the world's population can read it), think that I'm quite good at it. Quite good at software, and...