I've had many strategies over the years how to most easily administrate my website and additional services. My current strategy is to containerize services as much as possible.
My previous CMS was written in GetSimpleCMS, which was effective but used its own markup syntax. The following script was quickly written to migrate pages to the new CMS.
RichSchuster.com has gone through many iterations, and most recently migrated from GetSimple CMS to Grav. This page documents some of the hardships and learnings from the migration.
It would appear that more often than not I forget some critical items while packing. This list is an attempt to counteract that, while providing some explanation for my selection.
Recently the developers of the Opera web browser have abandoned their rendering engine for Blink. While this is disappointing, their adamant stance that the new browser is not a remake of the old and many old features will not be reimplemented pushed me to seek a replacement.
The replacement I want is Otter Browser, which is a community effort to replicate Opera's look and feel with the Webkit engine. Unfortunately it is lacking many of the features it aims to replicate, so in the meantime I have collected the following procedure to adjust Firefox to my workflow.
Here is a collection of pictures I have taken from my travels around the American Southwest in 2014.
This details the proceedure used to process images before archival or upload to Rich Schuster.com
For Labor Day weekend Stephanie came out to Arizona. Originally we were going to go camping in Sedona, however Arizona was seeing severe thunderstorms so we headed to California.
Here is a collection of pictures I have taken from my travels around the American Southwest.