My tendency to write daily posts here vs the wiki is tied to how deep I am into Emacs at the moment. Right now… that’s very deep.

I’ve spent hours configuring my Org-roam setup so I can publish certain notes as a website. It’s so cool, but in the end I’m not sure it offers clear advantages over the wiki other than that I can make some of my roam notes public without needing to rewrite them in TiddlyWiki. WIP is here: Later: now I’ve realized that I can simply add some ox-hugo metadata to any of my Org files and have them publish to this daily notes blog. Like so…

#+hugo_base_dir: ~/sites/
#+hugo_section: ./notes/

Now what!?

<span class="figure-number">Figure 1: </span>Me, at least once a month

Figure 1: Me, at least once a month

Apparently I have too much time on my hands.

I went into the darkroom to test a new safelight bulb and made a handful of 5x7 prints while I was in there. I love real photos. The decision to print a photo automatically makes that photo special.

Ordered a book: No One Is Talking about This - a book by Patricia Lockwood

“Computational Photography” can fuck right off.