You can view my older posts over on my WordPress site, until I finish migrating them over here to their new home at which point this page will vanish along with the Wordpress site.
Why am I moving away from WordPress? There are a few reasons, and it’s something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, so I may write a short post once I’ve finished the migration.
Until then, I’ve listed a few of these posts below which I’ve enjoyed writing.
- State of the iPhone – Overview from 2021 of how I use my iPhone these days, and where I see iOS going in 2022.
- 10 New Things I Discovered when Building a Virtual DNS Server – An early experiment to add a layer of privacy into my life. Learn from my mistakes!
- Crontabs Demystified – If you’ve ever struggled with crontabs, then this post is for you.
- Markdown – Markdown is wonderful, and I’m amazed more people don’t know about it. Here, I wax evangelical about it and try to spread the word.
- Time Machine is Broken – It’s less broken these days, but back in 2016 I was very cross about the state of afairs.
- Montreal–Paris–London – In a travel experiment, taking the long way between the new home and the old.
- Stormy Flights – A really odd flight.
- Montreal to Washington D.C. By Train – Perhaps the least conventional way to get between these two cities.
- Montreal’s Fastest Transit? – A trip on Montreal’s awesome riverboat service.
- Fate of the Orange Line – A perspective on the lack of cohesive transit planning in Montreal, from the perspective of the city’s busiest Metro line.
Life in Montreal
- From River to Mountain – Probably the only good thing to come from the permiership of Montreal’s last mayor, a delightful walk connecting the city’s two prominent natural landmarks.
- Up Above the Streets and Houses – I managed to get onto the roof and get a fresh perspective on the city.
- Storm Of The Decade? – Literally the worst snow storm I’ve experienced… so far.
- Come For the Songs; Stay for The Production – An Introduction to Thom Yorke – For Radiohead fans who want to do a deeper dive into the interesting solo projects of the lead singer.
- ’90s Electronic Musicians Were Brilliantly Geeky – They really were!