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Clearing the Backlog

2020-03-26 1 min read Teknikal_Domain

As of the time of writing this, I’ve amassed a backlog of about 12 different posts. While I could dump them all out at once, I’m going to instead be releasing them once a day for the next few weeks, just to sort of even out the flow.

This should be an automatic process because of the publishDate feature in hugo, and this one is set to expire once they’re all gone. Because of how sorting works, as long as you see this in the feed, there’s more coming. Once this message is gone, we’ll be back to our irregularly-scheduled ramblings.

“If privacy is outlawed, only outlaws will have privacy.”

Philip Zimmerman

Improving My Site With Cloudflare Workers and Amazon S3

2020-04-05 16 min read Behind the scenes Blog improvements Programming Webdev and administration Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count

So as of now, anything much more over 1 MB I’m not going to take up space on all my devices hosting - I’ll just offload it to someone else. And how do I get it back? JavaScript.

No wait, I’m actually serious. As of now, I essentially have Cloudflare as a CDN that’s backed by the Amazon S3 storage service. Posts such as The one about light balance have everything but the featured image… not here anymore.

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Fountain Pen Nib Types

2020-04-04 3 min read Fountain pens Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count

Here’s the thing about fountain pens, and fountain pen people.. we like choice, we like there being enough options to cover basically any potential use-case or look that we want. As such, there’s a variety of ways to actually produce the nib on a fountain pen, also giving a variety of different results. And that is what I’m going to lightly explain today.

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Refilling Fountain Pen Cartridges

2020-04-01 3 min read Fountain pens Teknikal_Domain Unable to load comment count

Fountain pens can take a variety of different ink storage formats, including cartridges, converters, literally nothing (“eyedropper”), internal pistons, vacuums… you get the point.

Ink cartridges are supposed to be one time use, but some people that I’ve talked to are asking if it’s possible to refill them. And while it’s possible, it’s not likely to be that 100% useful.

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