Tonight I’m going to start “flipping the switch” to host the blog entirely in AWS. You, constant blog reader, will not notice anything. Unless something goes horribly wrong. In that case, everything will explode and I’ll need to figure out how to roll back the changes gracefully. You might not even get to see this post explaining what happened. When it’s done, you might notice the site loads about a bazillion times faster, as it will no longer be served from an antiquated shared hosting platform.
Around the start of every new year, there’s a collective burst of enthusiasm around humanity for trying new things. I, for example, am trying to devise a new reading strategy.
The first post of the year is about … sigh … NFTs.
The final episode of the first season ends with a bang.
I got something out of Advent of Code 2021, but I didn’t like how it affected me.
The Ways and Fal Dara and The Warder and The Wisdom.
An episode full of Aes Sedai politics.
I’m working on this year’s Advent of Code programming puzzles, something that’s new to me.
Notes on the Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers Patch 5.5 and 5.55 Content, Death Unto Dawn, which I finished more than two months ago at the time of this publication.
This week’s episode was less of a spectacle.
Notes on the Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers Patch 5.4 Content, Futures Rewritten, which I finished well over two months ago at the time of this publication.
Episode 4, The Dragon Reborn is the first great episode of the series.
Disco Elysium is one of those award-winning games I bought mainly because it was on sale and I heard it was award-winning.
I may have setup a working Remark42 comment server?
A Wheel of Time-length blog post to start a new series dissecting each episode of Wheel of Time. Until I lose interest, of course. It’s a lot of work to write these and it hurts my back.