As we saw in Skyfall, in Spectre we see sophisticated storytelling with a clear moral theme.
For the first time in years, I have a website that has been fully vetted courtesy of Continuous Integration.
I recently hit upon a definition of self-discipline that struck a chord with my young children; so I thought I'd share it.
During my transition to Jekyll, I was confronted by the AWS-SDK v2 gem update. I share my solution here.
In my recent overhaul of Dausha.net from Octopress to Jekyll, I'm reminded of the beauty of simplicity.
Ben, the eternal tool geek, is turning back toward Scrivener for novel writing. Could this be the last change?
I've made a fair amount of progress over the summer on the Beetle, but I have a way to go to finish the chassis.
After reading Guide to Writing Fantasy and Science Fiction, I thought it was worth a review.
As I am editing Luctation, I wanted to chat a bit about the main character: Jonaldy Ammonett. He starts lowly and insecure, but we see eventually that he rises to be a real power in and of himself.
The developer side of me keeps tweaking my writing toolchain. I keep coming back to PmWiki, and wrote a Sublime Text plugin to help me do it the way I want to.
After about six weeks of owning the Super Beetle, I'm finally coming to terms with the totality of this project. And, I will get back into editing novels soon.
A week in, I finally have project goals for restoring the Beetle, and the first issue to address.