Category Archives: Site News

Mastodon Setup (hopefully final update)

Today I finally found out how to generate log files.  They are “less than ideal” but they are good enough that I figured out what the main problem was and it was a typing mistake.  I had (and I’m not sure how this happened): spotlight When what it should have been was: stoplight This was […]

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Mastodon Setup – More information

Last night (about 23 hours ago apparently) I shared about setting up a Mastodon instance, and that things were kind of working but not really. I shared that https://mastodon.openpsychology.net/ is open for registrations, and that people would be able to sign up there (at least for the time being). And I hoped that people signing up, […]

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Migrating from wordpress.com to wordpress.org

A while ago I migrated a site I manage from wordpress.com to wordpress.org mostly because I wanted to do ecommerce on the site, and made a few notes with the intention of writing up a blog post about it. My notes say: Migrate wp.com -> wp.org Create vps Update system DNS Transfer Domain Change registrar […]

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New Camera, and resultant stuffs…

Hey, um, ah… I ordered a new camera body a while ago, and it came on Wednesday (it’s Friday).  I have been playing around with it, so I have been doing some test shooting, and I am doing a bit of a stuff with that.  So yesterday I shot over 200 pictures, and I did […]

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Update and ideas…

I know that I haven’t posted a lot here recently.  I have been working over on the Open Psychology Project mostly on the topic of my “30 Days of Autism Acceptance” which I have been working on since a little bit before the beginning of April, and am still a bit behind. In June, I plan […]

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Looking at basics of web development (starting with HTML)

I have decided that I would like to look at the basics of web development, and I have a bit of an approach I would like to look at for this.  I think that I will probably approach it in this order: HTML CSS PHP JavaScript I think that makes a fair amount of sense.  […]

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Podcast coming up…

I am working on the second (or third if you include “episode 0”) podcast episode.  Here is the script I will be working from, though I never really follow it.  I just like to write to get a better idea of what I’m saying. Episode 2 – Recording

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Podcast Episode 01 – Setting up Podcast (Part 1)

I talk about setting up this podcast, which is our first podcast.  I have saved this as a number of different formats, but will only be “podcasting” the MP3 file.  All file types will be available on the Blog Post at http://datsemultimedia.com/2017/03/17/podcast-episode-01-setting-podcast-part-1/. I will also be adding my script that I worked from (but really has […]

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Looking into podcasting

A friend of mine asked me to look into podcasting and what would be involved in getting that to work.  This will be a quick post, which is part of testing things out.  As I currently understand you can pretty much run a podcast with WordPress without any extra plugins or anything.  This post will […]

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Servers (VPS) have been “shrunk”…

As of today I have started running all of our machines (virtual private servers) on “smaller instances” in part to save money, but further because I think that for what we have been doing, that running them on the size of server that they had been running on was a bit of overkill. Previously we were […]

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