Lake Michigan

RIP IE

Rest in peace, Internet Explorer!

May you live on in our emulators!

IE running on a Mac OS emulator

Day 15 πŸ“·: clouds

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 13 πŸ“·: community

The Kubernetes community at Kubecon 2019 in San Diego.

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 12 πŸ“·: tranquility

This is what the view would have been like when Apollo 11 set down and established Tranquility Base.

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 11 πŸ“·: maroon

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 10 πŸ“·: pot

These pots of lettuce were served as a cut your own salad at this restaurant.

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 9 πŸ“·: bloom

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 8 πŸ“·: union

Interior of a car stopped at a railroad crossing for a Union Pacific train

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 7 πŸ“·: park

I’m remembering last year when all the parks in central and south Ohio were filled with 17 year cicadas.

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 6 πŸ“·: silhouette

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 5 πŸ“·: Earth

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge Day 4 πŸ“·: thorny

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge

Day 3 πŸ“·: experimental

Adafruit wireless circuit boards and external battery packs

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge Day 2 πŸ“·: photo

Micro.blog May 2022 Photoblogging Challenge Day 1 πŸ“·: switch

Imagine programming this computer through switches!

A few photos from Atlanta parks from this past weekend.

First two are Westside Reservoir Park and second two are Grant Park.

I think people are going to find this post by Kimberly Hirsh handy today:

Everybody on Twitter wants to know where to go now. The answer is your own website, syndicating out to wherever else people end up. This is the IndieWeb.

Happy 🌎🌍🌏 Day!

Goodbye, macOS Server!

You were the first appearance of the reworked NeXTSTEP operating system on Mac hardware, but you won’t be the last.

Trying something new to me: I set up a new domain for my micro.blog account and enabled ActivityPub, which allows for federation with Mastodon. So you can now follow me @dfj@doug.pub

Sweetwater Creek looking not so sweet today.

33β€”19

Dr. and Mrs. King’s Crypt