First trip with the new-to-me canoe, now that the Bureau of Reclamation has opened Berryessa. Does a good job, although I’d kinda forgotten just how sticky some of the mud there is. Got Small Island all to ourselves, though!
Working from home’s not so bad; you can make sangria in the terlet. Of course, it’s shank-or-be-shanked.
I thought everything was okay, but jeeze.
I’ll be the first to admit that T-Max and a Canonet aren’t A+ for this sort of thing, but the trails that I haven’t been to a kajillion times were inaccessible for various reasons, so I didn’t want to bring the Fuji again…
Linux Funtime ThinkPad Refresh Time! This is an X250 that was getting a little tired-out. It’s got an i5-5300U – i.e. it’s not too hopeless, but it just needed a little love. Particularly since the 1366×768 TN panel is truly and irredeemably horrible.
The early snow was a mild surprise, but in general it’s cooling down quickly now. I should invest in one-a them warm hats.
ain’t no songs with long intros in this playlist
It’s like they say; to become an entire pumpkin, you must first eat the entire pumpkin — but the stem’ll kill ya. Wise words from a convicted soup magnate.
There’s only one camping spot down here and I’ll be damned if I’m gonna let some punk-ass Dutchman grab it.
All I wanted was a little box to whom I could upload torrent files that it’d download to my Synology. I know Synologys can do that internally, but I prefer to have a little more control over the downloader. As a dumb and impatient person, putting up with finicky things is rarely done. However, I really wanted this, so since I’d gone through all the trouble to get this stuff working together I thought I’d write it up. I’m not saying it’s the best way, but it’s the simplest working setup I could come up with.Continue reading “Making a Raspberry Pi downloader box work with a Synology when you’re dumb and impatient”