Further Lessons in Wood-Fired Pizza
Dan makes another attempt at cooking pizza in his wood-fired oven. It turns out better than last time, and he…
We Are The Martians
Alec, Matt R, Penny, and Dan play The Outpost scenario in Dialect: A Game About Language and How It Dies.
Confused.com Confuses Me
Confused.com's user interface makes Dan cry when he tries to comparison-shop car insurance. Here's why.
The Diamonds, The Dagger and One Classy Dame
The celebration of Dan's fortieth birthday continues with a surprise (remote) murder mystery party!
How Not to use A Pizza Oven
Dan gets a wood-fired oven for his birthday and immediately uses it to destroy several pieces of cookware. Made tasty…
The Fourth Way to Inject CSS
Dan explains why using Link: HTTP headers for stylesheets should be considered a distinct way of loading CSS (that you…
Downloading a YouTube Music Playlist for Offline Play
When Dan is asked how to get YouTube Music onto a retro MP3 player, he uses it as an excuse…
Dan Q’s been blogging since the 1990s, mostly about his life, technology, programming, relationships, hacking, and games.
He lives in Oxford, UK with his partner and her husband in a polyamorous V-shaped thingy, and their two children. Until he finds something that rhymes better, he describes himself as a magician Automattician on a geoposition-mission.
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Ending on a High
Dan marks the New Year by climbing Ben Nevis.
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