Tag Archives: development philosophy

Game Development Thoughts (1 of however many)

OK, it seems like it was a few weeks ago that I was talking with a friend over on Deviant Art, and was talking about the fact that I’m feeling that I need to work on some game development stuff, and need to figure out what I need to do to do that. The first […]

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Mastodon instance setup

Over the last approximately 2 weeks we have been working on setting up our fist Mastodon Instance which we’re now at the state that we want to let people know about as things are kind of settling out.  We currently have 3 accounts there which is enough to feel that things are working “reasonably well”. I […]

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30 Days of Multimedia — Day 3 — Beginning Web Accessibility

This was something which I was thinking about, as I have been sort of doing some work with a group I belong to, and there are some things which I think should be done in terms of accessibility for stuff with web content: HTML should work without any CSS or JavaScript CSS should be used […]

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30 Days of Multimedia — Day 2 — Do What You Can

I had a couple of ideas of which I’m not sure about.  Yesterday, I think there was a post about captioning, and I realized that there was something which I failed to say about this.  And that is do what you can. There is a certain ideal that a person seeks when they are producing […]

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HTML file format

HTML are really nice files, they are straight text, but with it (well and a few other things) you get what you are looking at now.  So, let’s take a look at what an HTML file consists of: Content encoding Doctype declaration HTML block HEAD block BODY block So, let’s dive into that a bit, […]

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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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sudo and su are very different…

I have been trying to get my computer updated since Friday (almost a week) and I usually use a command like: sudo emerge -uDaNt @world When I want to do an update of my “world”. To me this should be very close, if not practically identical to: su password: emerge -uDaNt @world exit And I […]

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Securing Server (Part 1 of ?)

There was a recent link posted to YCombinator Hacker News titled “My First 10 Minutes on a Server” (Link to article, link post is here).  With seeing that it reminded me that I have meant to start working on securing the web test server (which is currently not web accessible). There are some things  mentioned […]

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Open Psychology Project – About Page

Yesterday I wanted to take a stab at updating the Open Psychology Project About Page.  I can’t really say just how much things have improved.  I think in a lot of ways it has improved quite a lot.  It was very simple, and not really any information about what we are doing. Now it is […]

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