So here’s the thing. Compared to my other camera, the Nikon D7000, what I just bought is a 100% complete downgrade. However, I cannot resist the possibility of experiencing an era that had more or less ended before I was born. So, what did I do? I bought a 39 year old Nikon FG, which takes… 35mm film. But I won’t be stopping at just taking pictures… you’ll see shortly ;)Continue reading
By default, the Markdown renderer in Hugo, at this point in time, is Goldmark, a CommonMark compliant renderer.
CommonMark makes no provisions for manually specifying the
height of an image.
There’s various extensions, like those for Pandoc, Kramdown, and GFM, but Goldmark doesn’t support those.
Google is getting a little cranky with the amount of CLS on some pages, especially on mobile, so it’s a good idea for me to start specifying sizes for most images.
How should I do this? By hacking it on as a feature that is in no way the intended use for anything involved.
If you remember when I first added the Medium Zoom library, I wasn’t using one of its features: the ability to load a larger image when the user clicks to zoom in, only when the user wants to zoom in.
However, I added this later, and in that, the method I used was to use a Hugo shortcode to include the image with proper attributes in the
Well as it turns out, I don’t need to do this.
Now, I can have that happen automatically with standard Markdown
First: Yeah… new year, long time no see, I get it. I’ve been working on a lot of things here, as well as, well, work, since bills need to get paid, all that fun stuff. Hopefully I can get that all sorted out soon, and I have a massive backlog of things to put up. But for now, we’re starting with this.
In my various other posts, you might have picked up on the fact that I’m a Nikon person. And until now, all product shots you’ve seen here, from item galleries, to Hackintosh shots1, it’s all been off that camera. Until now.Continue reading
Believe it or not, these are actually really good to my ears. And it gives me to do the chance to do something I love: point out where an Apple product is objectively over-priced for what it is. Anyways, let’s get on with it.Continue reading
Do… do I even have to say anything about this? I got that less than a week ago and it’s, while still functional, it is now useless. Not just from a cosmetic standpoint, more from a “I don’t like microscopic shards of glass in my fingers” standpoint. At least the inner display is fine and that’s the important one. LG… we need to have a talk.Continue reading
Yeah my camera was not happy with this one, prepare for a few blurry shots.
That is the Power Plate by Bionik, a $50, 5500 mAh battery bank for the Nintendo Switch that acts as a Joy-Con charging grip, and a battery for the Switch too, if you want.
But more than just that… it’s really just a USB-C power bank with two Joy-Con rails on the sides.Continue reading
Note 1: this is a review of just the case, not the entire phone. That review can be found here.
Note 2: I am in no way affiliated with the YouTube video found in shots taken, “The US President’s $2,614 Per Minute Transport System” by Wendover Productions, it’s just what I happened to have pulled up on the app at the time. Good watch though.
So, the dual-screen case, what feels like LG’s response to the Galaxy Fold. In some respects, it’s cool. In some respects, it’s a downgrade. Either way, I’m here to give as objective as a review of the thing as I can.Continue reading