I have been using our Ender 5 FDM 3D printer pretty heavily over the last year or so primarily for making miniatures for Dungeons & Dragons. D&D minis can cost anywhere between $5 – $50 or more, so the most cost effective way of having a lot of miniatures at your disposal is, well, build… Continue reading Experiments in Resin 3D Printing
Category: department of special projects
I recently moved my site to a new host. And I’ve also added my partner’s site to the WordPress multisite stack running this site and a number of others on this domain and chrisreynolds.io. Previously she was using WordPress.com, but was frustrated by a lack of adequate support and persistent caching bugs that even I… Continue reading Dashboard Changelog
New site, who dis?
Hi. It’s been a while since I wrote anything on here. It’s been a while since I’ve wanted to write something on here, and largely that’s been due to not being able to upload files in my previous site setup. There’s technical things underneath, but basically I was using a free developer environment on Pantheon… Continue reading New site, who dis?
A few months ago, this happened: After several months of thinking, procrastinating, conjuring reasons to not start a podcast and waiting for the idea to sound like a bad one (it didn’t), we decided to get our act together and get serious about the idea. I put together some notes, we came up with a format,… Continue reading Binary Jazz
RPM 2017 recap
Another RPM is in the books and I thought I’d share some feelings about it. This year I feel like I got in on a technicality. The album that I started at the beginning of the month isn’t done, and 2 of the songs on the CD I mailed to New Hampshire were from the… Continue reading RPM 2017 recap
Announcing Games Collector, a tabletop game management plugin for WordPress
I’ve been quietly building something under the radar for a couple weeks. It’s been really just a passion project that came out of a conversation after the holidays. Basically, we own a lot of games. Blame Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop for some of it, but, really, we’re frequently finding excuses to get new games. In fact, getting… Continue reading Announcing Games Collector, a tabletop game management plugin for WordPress
I’m in it. I’ve committed to doing RPM again this year. It’s been a couple years since I’ve done RPM which basically means it’s been a couple years since I’ve done any music at all and I can’t handle it, anymore. I need to do something. I hadn’t decided what I was going to do for this… Continue reading RPM 2017
Use Simple Page Builder to Add Unique Layouts to Content
I wrote a thing, and then I wrote about the thing I wrote.
Hacking WordPress Search for Fun and Profit!
I wrote a blog post for WebDevStudios that’s kind of based on my WordCamp SLC presentation I just gave. (You can also check out the slides for that, if you want.)