Go the Fuck Out

As is widely discussed, 2020 has been cancelled due to Coronavirus.

This is a small response to the #StayTheFuckAtHome “movement” (or rather, lack thereof) (good on you for finding a clever way to stress test a static site host).

The author (a software engineer from Germany) is upset at the governments of the world not taking severe enough action in their opinion, and has instead decided to deliver their own advice. The advice written there, essentially boils down to:

nobody should leave their house, indefinitely

I don’t think this is a very good idea

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Remote ID and Drones

Drone safety is a topic which has had particular interest after recent incidents. Whilst there have yet to be any cases of a drone actually colliding with an aircraft, there’s a definitely feeling there is a percieved risk of this occurring - which is sufficient that seeing a drone anywhere near close to an airport will immediately cause mass chaos as the entire airport is grounded until it has been removed.
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My Photography Workflow

I make photographs in my spare time. Although often they’re on film, but as part of my hybrid workflow they almost always end up going through a digital process at some point.

This post explains how I manage my photos from capture to archive, and how I manage backups.

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πŸ—’ Sharing notes between Joplin users

As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve decided to move to Joplin for my note taking needs. One of the last features I was missing was the ability for me to share a note with other people - as I do with Google Keep at the moment.

I’m not the only one missing this feature, there’s a thread on the forum requesting this that’s been open for a long time, and has a lot of views. So I decided to try and help develop it.

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Note-taking apps for Engineers in 2019

Up until now, notes that I make for work and personal purposes are scattered across a bunch of different places in an un-searchable, un-maintainable, mess. I decided enough was enough and I should do something about it.

I’ve been looking at what options are available for cross-platform notes, preferably that support Markdown and are open-source.

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