A Dana Life
In part 1 of this series, I wrote about why a San Francisco resident might want to keep a cheap two-way radio with their emergency supplies. In this article I will walk through purchasing and setting up your own radio.
Important note! Talking over a...
I Got a Van! Oct 25
I got a van yesterday. It’s a 1992 Dodge Roadtrek 190 Versatile.
The internal layout. The front seats spin around, and the rear dinette converts to a queen-sized bed.
Out of all of the vans in the Bay Area, why did I pick this one? Well, a ton of...
Don’t let the silly name fool you, Poland’s psychedelic rock quartet Weedpecker takes their music very seriously.
I recommend you put this one on and sink into your couch for a while. You’ll barely notice almost 8 minutes have gone by.
How This Site Works (p. 2) Oct 12
In this article I’ll talk the design of the site and how I did it. For technical implementation details, check out part 1.
This article explains the rationale behind why you might want to add a radio to your emergency kit. If you’re already convinced, skip to part 2, which outlines which beginner radio to buy.
In this article I’ll talk about my technical goals for this project and how it began. For details about the visual design, check out part 2.
My goals on this project were as follows:
- Articles should a simple directory of Markdown files
- The site should...
When you start using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, you quickly learn that the Health dashboard is the best place to go to understand what is going on on your app. If you’re anything like me, however, you might be disappointed to find some of the most useful...