Monthly Archives: December 2017

A Painting Comes to Life

A painting captures a single moment in time. Unlike a photograph, we never know if the things in a painting actually existed in that moment. The objects, people, and scenery are all painted over a long time using fuzzy human … Continue reading

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Using Plex with Nextcloud

After hearing about it for years, I finally got around to installing plex on my nuc. I’m impressed with everything about Plex. It was easy to install, and mostly works out of the box. I am using it to manage my ever growing … Continue reading

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SQLite DB Migrations with PRAGMA user_version

This blog used a simple homegrown blogging engine that I wrote backed by a SQLite database. I have a function in the flask app that performs database migrations. My current approach has been to keep a folder full of migrations and run … Continue reading

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A Robot With a Soul

OPUS: The Day We Found Earth was released on Nintendo Switch this week. I picked it up and played through the main story in a few hours. There are few other games at the $5 price point that are worth … Continue reading

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