It’s amazing what a little sanding and a few coats of polyurethane will do. I’ve been meaning to finish this shelf for a while and finally got around to it this weekend.
I think I might restructure my website to make photo collections metadata rather than hierarchical. Basically have a photo stream and assign photos to collections arbitrarily.
I've been loving the behind the scenes videos for the iPhone and Apple Watch wallpapers.
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Crowdfunding people, on the other hand, is a fantastic use of money and something that literally everyone in tech with disposable income should be doing.
The iPhone XS Max everyone raced out to buy costs $1200 after tax here, or roughly $100/month. If all those people gave $100/month to illustrators or musicians or poets or activists or game makers, the world would be a much brighter place.
Attempting to migrate my server to Rancher did not go as well as expected. Time to retreat back to Docker Compose.
Decided that I should shift my travel photos from a gallery to posts in my blog. I think this will help me post photos more often, even if I don't have a written topic. Of course this means I might end up lightly spamming my few RSS subscribers.
If you'd like to be one of them: https://emorydunn.com/blog/
The middle of nowhere is kind of pretty.
I regret not making portraits of all the people I met at XOXO. Next year I’ll make a point of doing that.
I really need to parallelize my reverse geocoding script.
I’ve got the top score in Q*bert!
I tried out an electric scooter today and, as silly as I felt I looked, it was a fun and easy way to get around.
Nothing like a fundamental part of your app breaking without a clear reason why.
It could be Mojave’s AppleEvent restrictions, different scripting definitions between versions, or a Python tool that isn’t generating output correctly.
Also, updating Swift dependancies is still kind of annoying if you haven't touched a project in a couple months.
Decided I should spend some time working on the project I listed on my XOXO profile. The code has had a long enough nap.
Waiting for the sun to move a shadow a few inches is why I took up studio photography. I don’t think the Japanese Gardens would be thrilled if I brought in strobes, however.
Just got lightly told off by a security guard for poking around a film set.
I’d pretty much forgotten how annoying perspective correction is on a view camera.
emory.coffee is one server in the network