My Photography Workflow

I found lots of posts about developing film at home, but it felt like they left out some details. I'll, inevitably, also leave things out, but I'm going to have a crack at writing a comprehensive guide to getting as far as having a dry, clean, developed film, and...

Gone Analogue

A few weeks ago I wrote about doing wet photography again. I'm now two films in, and it's as good as I remember it. My films aren't working out perfectly. I'm making mistakes. A lot of them. Bad metering. Bad film handling. Bad...

Going Analogue

It's no secret that I like technology, and I do, if I'm going to be absolutely honest with myself (and what better a place for that than in a place where about 56.1% of the world's population can read it), think that I'm quite good at it. Quite good at software, and...

Why do I use Signal?

Signal, if you haven't already heard of it, is an encrypted messaging app for both Android and iOS. My experience with Signal doesn't extend into the iOS realm, but the experience won't be that different, with the exception of iMessage being thrown into the mix. There...

Less Tech.

I really like numbers. I like graphs. I like plots. I like tables. I like SQL queries. It was pretty predictable that I'd like having a Fitbit on my wrist. No surprise that I'd find myself poring over the graphs in the app, checking my resting heart-rate (56-58 bpm...

SQL Server Management Studio – as another user

Skip skip skip all the preamble junk... My work, amongst many other things, involves managing a small herd of Microsoft SQL servers and a series of small web-apps. When I work from home, from my non-domain-joined machine, I want to be able to run the SQL...