Author: lgushurst

My New Favorite Lens Vivitar Series 1 28-90mm F2.8-3.5 Macro Lens

Every once in a while you get a new favorite thing.

Today, that favorite thing is a Vivitar Series 1 28-90mm F2.8-3.5.

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Whoops! Hiding password protected posts.

It truly hurts me when the thing you love does something to some completely nonsensical. Seriously, if you can’t display the content, why even advertise that it’s there?

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Walking around Middletown, CT

There is always something interesting happening no matter where you live. The fun thing to do is go out and find it. The frustrating thing is taking a really good photo only to see it not come out the way it looked in the view finder.

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Making cool KiCAD artwork

Importing art into KiCAD isn’t anything new. People have been doing it since the invention of fire and use of bone tools.

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PAX Unplugged 2018, Philadelphia

I’ve been taking a lot of pictures lately. Recently I went to PAX Unplugged in Philly and here these are some of my favorite photos.

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Coldest Day of The Year

Took a few photos of these hardworking roofers working on the coldest day of the year.

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Living in Harmony with WordPress

I love me some WordPress.

Initially, I started with a WYSIWYG editor and pure HTML because I didn’t want to spend that much time working on web development.

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ISO9001 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It’s awful, but what can you do?

Don’t mistake what I’m about to say as being “mean”, it’s just that I truly didn’t know any of this until recently.

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Don’t be the MATLAB guy.

Occasionally I’m asked if I “know” MATLAB. My former company had two licenses for MATLAB, and my development machine was one of the two computers with a license installed.

You see, the last guy that owned my work computer was a Ph.D. HE knew MATLAB.

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A Private Git server using Raspberry Pi 3

Sometimes you don’t want to share. That’s what this post is all about. Intentionally not sharing code and data. In this project, I wanted a private Git repo that I could access on my network through SSH.

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