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Timezones are surprisingly hard already. But there's one practice in communication that makes them so much harder that they need to be in international settings. Luckily the solution is really easy.
I covered a lot of detail in the resolution project. I was bound to get something wrong. This is where I'll post anything that comes up over time.
Why portrain-only designs on mobile devices are a bug. And why that matters.
2024-01-30
Getting the information and access you need to your infrastructure quickly, so that you can get back to sleep.
It's time to blow the dust off machine learning, and apply it to a dataset that I know.
I've just released the biggest, most exciting, update since the first public release of handWavey. The learning curve is dramatically reduced!
A recent question on Reddit resulted in many incomplete and wrong answers. It seemed valuable to dive a little deeper.
My CV had gained so much weight that it was hard to do anything with it any more, and it was hard to read. So I did something about it...
Control your computer using a Leap Motion controller, but with an every-day-quality implementation.
If your technical documentation would sound amazing when narrated by someone like Morgan Freeman, or Judi Dench, it's not documentation.
If you want to share stable diffusion on your network without exposing any information to the outside world. This is one way to do it.
There's a trick for getting a big speed boost on old hardware that's so easy that I'm surprised I haven't heard people talking about it.
What began as 3 tripods on a hill, and hours per photo, ended with way better results in seconds, hand held.
2023-08-22
I took some time to extend myself with some intellectual challenges. Here's what I've done so far.
I accidentally automated Javelining a plane into the ground. And I learnt a huge amount along the way.

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Timezones are surprisingly hard already. But there's one practice in communication that makes them so much harder that they need to be in international settings. Luckily the solution is really easy.
I covered a lot of detail in the resolution project. I was bound to get something wrong. This is where I'll post anything that comes up over time.
Why portrain-only designs on mobile devices are a bug. And why that matters.
2024-01-30
Getting the information and access you need to your infrastructure quickly, so that you can get back to sleep.
It's time to blow the dust off machine learning, and apply it to a dataset that I know.
I've just released the biggest, most exciting, update since the first public release of handWavey. The learning curve is dramatically reduced!
A recent question on Reddit resulted in many incomplete and wrong answers. It seemed valuable to dive a little deeper.
My CV had gained so much weight that it was hard to do anything with it any more, and it was hard to read. So I did something about it...
Control your computer using a Leap Motion controller, but with an every-day-quality implementation.
If your technical documentation would sound amazing when narrated by someone like Morgan Freeman, or Judi Dench, it's not documentation.
If you want to share stable diffusion on your network without exposing any information to the outside world. This is one way to do it.
There's a trick for getting a big speed boost on old hardware that's so easy that I'm surprised I haven't heard people talking about it.
What began as 3 tripods on a hill, and hours per photo, ended with way better results in seconds, hand held.
2023-08-22
I took some time to extend myself with some intellectual challenges. Here's what I've done so far.
I accidentally automated Javelining a plane into the ground. And I learnt a huge amount along the way.
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