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Briefly considered going from Doom Emacs back to a home-rolled vanilla config but realized I’d just spend the next two years basically rebuilding Doom from scratch so never mind.

I like Bruce Dickinson fine, but I’d sure love to visit the alternate timeline in which Paul Di’Anno stuck around.

An email said, “You need a modern email client to view this email.” but my copy of Mu4e was released Nov. 2021 so I’m confused

This morning I thought, “Hey, I think I’d like to tinker with Linux” so I upgraded Regolith. Nope, it hung somewhere in the middle so I reinstalled it. Now, this happens if I try booting an encrypted disk.
10 Minutes later: ::downloads Mint::

This big guy is waiting patiently for when (if) I get a real darkroom one day.

The “dry side” of my darkroom is really just a bathroom closet, but I love it.

‎It’s Such a Beautiful Day (2012) directed by Don Hertzfeldt is still amazing. Almost anything else you could spend an hour on would be worse. letterboxd.com/film/its-such-a

I’ve been using Emacs for 7 or 8 years now and yet I’m still new to Emacs.

I’ve been ironing fiber prints between two pieces of card stock and then pressing them under heavy books for a day or so. This gets them reasonably flat. Much better.

I’ve been dragging my feet on this little project. I’m too easily frustrated lately and I don’t want to throw anything against the wall just yet.

After a long search, I finally found someone willing to part with the 100mm helicoid threads for the Focomat. It’s coming from Germany and I really really hope I can make it work.

I went into the darkroom this morning to test a new safelight bulb and made a handful of 5x7 prints while I was in there. Darkroom prints are special. Not only because of how they look but because of what they are.

I need reminding often enough that I pinned it to the board.

D’ya ever feel like you deserve more Likes? Whenever I start to feel that way I want to delete my accounts.

My dad’s garage is like some sort of art installation. This wall is a Dali within a Dali.

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