How I know I still love programming: every winter, at the end of the year, when I'm fed up of anything tech-related, I take a long-ish vacation (2-3 weeks), during which I barely touch computers at all.
During the first week, I barely notice it.
During the last few days, I'm already toying with an idea for a new program, or wondering about a weird bug, or thinking about something new to try.
When I'm back, first thing I do is turn my computer on and BAM! I'm 12 again and this is so cool!
> I could say a lot of things here, but I won’t get into the details. What’s really important is this: I’m not proud to be a Mozillian anymore.
I've heard some negative things about Mozilla lately, but this is something that personally moves the needle in a anti-mozilla direction more than, e.g., ads on the new-tab page
Clear skies for the first time in a month! Time for some #astrophotography geekery.
I've been hosting my photos on Smugmug for pretty long now, but I'd like to cut costs and switch to a self-hosted photo portfolio. Any good suggestions for FOSS web photo gallery software that doesn't look butt ugly?
Preferrably I'd like to be able to upload full-sized photos and the gallery software would automatically resize them and apply a watermark, while still safekeeping the original files somewhere.
Software alchemist, space nerd, musical dabbler.
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