Ruth writes about "Wonder Syndrome" as a counterpoint to "imposter syndrome", an Dan reflects on how and why he's adopting…
Taking photos of children isn't difficult. Unless it's the early 1980s and that child is Dan.
Dan films himself trying five vegan cheese substitutes for your... let's say "enjoyment".
Nginx Caching for Passenger Applications
Adding Nginx microcaching to a Passenger application requires a little thought. Let's save you from thinking about it.
Printing Maps from Dungeondraft
Tips on using Dungeondraft to make RPG maps you can print for tabletop use.
DNDle (Wordle, but with D&D monster stats)
Dan releases DNDle, a Wordle clone where you assign characteristics to try to guess the Dungeons and Dragons monster-of-the-day.
Off the back of a colleague's throwaway comment, Dan makes cartograms showing how his coworkers' countries proportionally dominate their world…
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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