Cooking: Thermometers like Thermopen and Etekcity (and bbq guru)

John asked me an out Infrared thermometers. I was reminded I’ve love my Etekcity so much. It’s great when figuring out the temperature of your grill or pan. It’s not too expensive either. Just $29 at Amazon. Then my goto is Thermoworks as long as you don’t leave it on. But it’s super accurate I […]

audio: Headphone equalization with AutoEQ and SoundSource or Hosting AU, Blackhole and LAConvolution fail

Well, yesterday was a great day of cleaning action items, it was lazy work and exercise time for sure, but one filled with reducing the huge backlog of things that I had been meaning to do. That’s everything from Black Friday (soon to be Cyber Monday!) shopping to figuring out headphone equalization. Why headphone equalization, […]

pc: Color Laser Printer All-in-one

Well, ever since our Brother printer gave up the ghost with a software boot loop, we’ve been limping along with an HP Laser Printer and it has worked well. The problem is that we’ve really missed the automatic document feader (ADF) and scanner since there are still lots of documents we’d like to scan automatically. […]

net: from Twitter to Mastodon with WordPress auto post and

OK, now that the Twitter dumpster fire is pretty clear, it’s time to move on to some new techie pastures. So I’ve been experimenting with Mastodon for the last few weeks. It’s a strange environment that feels like the first days of the Web. But, basically, this is about Activity Publishing where there are lots […]

tech: The nightmare of command line installers, terminals and tiling window managers, browser sync across Mac, Windows, and Ubuntu

Well, I’ve kind of gotten used to using Mac (my primary), Linux, and Windows with the same command line by using bash and zsh with the Mac and it works the same with Linux. With Windows, it’s way harder to use bash with Windows (I found that you have to think of WSL as a […]

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