In the Year 2022
July 22, 2022 2 minute read

It's been quite a while since I last wrote here, so I figured I would check in. Now that .com domains are an absolutely outrageous $14 I'll have to get my money's worth for this site and start using it as a bit more of a blog. Let's get to it.

Using Foundation for Emails in Windows (2019)
April 30, 2019 1 minute read

Last year, I wrote an article covering how I got Foundation for Emails to work in Windows. The project has been long abandoned by Zurb, but I haven't found anything that works quite so well. Fortunately, you don't need the convoluted WSL/NVM/pray-to-the-gods method that I wrote about last year. Now, you can just edit a single file, and be up and running on Windows immediately.

Installing Pi-hole on an Orange Pi One
August 26, 2018 5 minute read

I recently integrated Pi-hole into my home network using an Orange Pi One and my TP-Link Archer C7 V2 router. I decided to outline my steps in case somebody else is wondering how to do it with that exact hardware.

Pi-Hole is an open source project that claims to be "a black hole for Internet advertisements", which means it is basically a local DNS with loopbacks for known ad servers. When you're done with this article, you'll have an ad-free experience for all the devices on your home network. Installing everything is a fairly easy process that will leave you feeling like a renegade from big data tracking.

Lincolnville Porch Fest Website
July 31, 2018 1 minute read

Today, we launched the website for the Lincolnville Porch Fest. The Lincolnville Porch Fest is a free musical tour of historic Lincolnville in St. Augustine. Over forty of St. Augustine's favorite local bands will be playing music on porches and sites throughout Lincolnville.