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Playing with the Synology with DSM 7 and this is pretty nice. I had removed everything under DSM 6 and we were really just using it for time machine and manual backups but… I think this could work for a lot more now.

I dream of the day it will be safe to sit at a coffee shop or similar and just write.

I changed the licensing on my site in July. I've been using CC licensing on it for years and today is the first time someone has asked me about it, namely about the part I changed and didn't update the link on. Oye.

Does the perfect notes app exist? I don't know. After a decade of searching I'm still searching for it.

Nothing like a required upstream composer dependency deleting the repo on a Friday to get your day started on the right foot.

Tomorrow is the official peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. If this GFS forecast is right then we're definitely not out of the woods yet in Florida.

I was playing with my Synology yesterday for the first time since upgrading to DSM 7. This might just work as a Nextcloud alternative now (assuming the bandwidth issues don't kill it)

Lately I've been writing a lot about, well, writing. Today's post is no exception. Here are my thoughts on slowing down and writing more deliberately.

Yep, back in Florida. Dripping wet with sweat after just walking around the block for 10 min at 9am.

Am I the only person who clears every possibly history item (calls, messages, web history, app histories, etc) from all my devices every few weeks?

Finally home. We drove to Ithaca, NY for the weekend for a total of 2,663 miles. I don’t want to get in a car again for a very long time.

It’s taking me a long time to form a blogging habit. Today’s post is a reflection on the schedule I’ve found works for me as well as some tips to find one for yourself.

I wish I could find a laptop the size of my last Asus Zenbook 13, that would last longer than 16 months and that had power compatible to a MacBook Pro.

As much as I hate to admit it, the newer iPad Pro keyboards really do make this machine the perfect travel computer.

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