Leland Foster
Tagging this photography because I want to take photos that look like these. Wow.

via https://mltshp.com/p/1C1OE & https://mltshp.com/p/1C1OD
drawing  painting  animation  art  photography 
18 days ago
d - SVG | MDN
How to interpret path instructions.
svg  xml 
24 days ago
War on Urchin! (Pinboard Blog)
This is for reference on how to do my own bookmark cleaning. Odd that this blog post doesn't exist anymore. I wonder if Pinboard itself will back up this Google cached version of its own dead link.

Here's the content of the post in case it goes away:

> If you've ever clicked an article in your RSS reader or Twitter stream, you may have noticed an unsightly query string clinging to the end of your URL like shit to a sneaker:
> http://www.example.com/chromebook-series-5-review/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+weblogsinc%2Fengadget+%28Engadget%29
> These parameters are used for tracking by a Google product called Urchin (http://www.google.com/urchin/features.html). There are five of them (term, campaign, media, source and content) and they are just another one of the malicious effects of URL shortening (http://joshua.schachter.org/2009/04/on-url-shorteners.html). When everyone is passing around shortened links, it's easier to add this kind of cruft to the fully-expanded URLs without anyone caring much.
> Today I finally started stripping utm_* query parameters from all URLs arriving in Pinboard. They create needless URL bloat, erode user privacy, make it more difficult to identify duplicate content, and benefit ad publishers at the expense of everyone else. Out they go!
> It will take me a little while to make this change retroactive, so some users may see what appear to be duplicate bookmarks show up in their account. Please rest assured that these will disappear as I work my way backwards through the database.
> Soon: death to URL shorteners!
> —maciej on June 11, 2011
bookmarks  development  pinboard 
4 weeks ago
Understanding Crop Factor | B&H Explora
Formula: The diagonal of a rectangle is a² + b² = c²

Full Frame: 24mm² + 36mm² = c²

576 + 1296 = 1872

√1872 = 43.3mm

Full-Frame Diagonal / Crop Sensor Diagonal = Crop Factor
photography  math 
5 weeks ago
FilmDev | All FilmDev Recipes
> Link your film developing recipes to your Flickr photos
film  photography 
6 weeks ago
The Mirage Group - Online Ordering
Buy TMNT comics straight from the source.
tmnt  comics 
7 weeks ago
sk.listsofbooks.com on reddit.com
People saying nice things about my SK Checklist.
self  stephen_king 
7 weeks ago
How to Retrieve a Film Leader – 35mm | Aware of the Void
The process is simple:

- slightly moisten the leader on the new film
- insert it into the film you want to extract
- turn the knob gently on the film you want to extract
- you will feel it grab the leader on the moist film.
- swiftly but firmly pull the two film apart.

If it does not work the first time just try again, it always works.
film  photography 
8 weeks ago
The Django admin site | Django documentation | Django
Associate the currently logged in user with a record.
8 weeks ago
Change a django password manually | Laur IVAN
python manage.py shell
from django.contrib.auth.models import User
users = User.objects.all()
print users
user = users[0]
8 weeks ago
Midwest Photo LumoPro LP735 3-in-1 43" Compact Umbrella
How to do stuff with this flash umbrella that didn't come with instructions.
hardware  photography 
8 weeks ago
Thinking of a Fuji 645 camera | APUG.ORG
4) I broke part of the plastic lens surround on mine when I caught the bumper on something, and the bumper and cover are now loose. So yeah, it's not the most robust. The lens, however, is still fine, so it's more a cosmetic problem.
camera  hardware  gs645s 
9 weeks ago
What's New In DevTools (Chrome 59)  |  Web  |  Google Developers
This isn't as evergreen as most of the stuff I bookmark, but I need to learn how to use these new features.
9 weeks ago
livereload error when running concurrent watch tasks · Issue #240 · gruntjs/grunt-contrib-watch
Selectively run watch tasks concurrently (without need to use grunt-concurrent).
9 weeks ago
Set URL Slug for File - Answers
How to verify your Squarespace site on Keybase.

/keybase.txt -> /s/keybase.txt 301
hosting  ssl  squarespace 
10 weeks ago
Product Info | Adjustable Height Desk - Ergo Desktop
How to setup the cable routing on my work standing desk.
hardware  furniture 
10 weeks ago
> The Color PAC process requires an upfront deposit of $450 that will be returned to you in the form of a lab credit after you spend $5,000 in one year on any products/services with Richard.
photography  film 
10 weeks ago
Using macOS’ screenshot tool as a screen ruler – Ctrl blog
This tip just saved me cash money. I sometimes think about spending money on xScope, but I almost never need it.
osx  design 
12 weeks ago
Can Engineers Change Silicon Valley’s Political Agenda? | The Nation
> I would like for our industry to be more like librarians. Librarians have a sense of who they are as a profession. They have a central ethical code around patron privacy. The current Librarian of Congress fought John Ashcroft and was ridiculed by him for the idea that people have a right to read what they want to read without it being reported to the FBI. When you go to library school, you absorb this. If you violate it, you’re shunned by your profession. And no one’s bringing in Ukrainian librarians to circumvent it—it’s not like they’re going to offshore library science to get around patron privacy.

via https://twitter.com/Pinboard/status/864852962501439489
career  library 
may 2017
Dark Tower trailer decoded: Mysteries of the Stephen King epic explained
Read this when I finish re-reading the books. It's already kind of spoiled to me that the Crimson King is imprisoned in the tower.
stephen_king  the_dark_tower 
may 2017
Flecks of Extraterrestrial Dust, All Over the Roof - The New York Times
Another thing to give one hope of doing something cool for the first time as an old man.
geology  astronomy 
march 2017
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