I’m not sure if I blogged about this before, but hey. Whatever. I use Dropbox and I post a lot of images here – and as a matter of fact almost every image comes served out of my Dropbox/Public/content folder. I use a tidy little script for this, that I call prep. It’s extensible and [...]
For reasons-reasons other than convenience-that I would not be able to fully articulate should you choose to put a gun to my head, I store my website’s files (WordPress), database and content images separately. I guess if one’s data centre is bombed then the other two will be okay? Well, back to the convenience. I [...]
[mark][2010-05-21] # ls *.cr2 | wc -l # How many Canon raw files are there in this folder? 141 [mark][2010-05-21] # for file in *.cr2; do ufraw-batch –out-type=jpg –compression=100 –out-depth=8 $file; done # Convert them all to .jpg. Gee-up, laptop! I’ll be AFK for the next two hours.
I really don’t like reblogging the works of others, but the colours in this image are just unspeakably beautiful.
Ungimping the Gimp, Part 1 Ungimping the Gimp, Part 2 Ungimping the Gimp, Part 3 Well welcome to part four of this one-part series on The Gimp, one of the jewels of the open-source community and maybe the finest FOSS raster editor. Here is how I save a single-layer .JPG file in Adobe Photoshop after [...]
Honestly, my blog is more than just monologues.