The greatest moment in leap-year musical history.
So there are like, 12 billion favorite techsnap moments that I have (thanks to Allan Jude, ChisLAS, and the Jupiter Broadcasting Network of excellent shows)... but this is the one that (consistently) makes me laugh the hardest.
The answer can only be MOAR... *but* it all must be simpler. MWHAHAHAHH. No one's seen that before.
While Brother's Support Site has generally accurate and up-to-date instructions and information as to how to get your scanner set up and working under basically all popular Linux distros, the way the information is organized (spread across arcane portions of the site, and across at least 7 pages), has irritated me enough over several deployments over the last year or so to the point where I thought I'd finally bite the bullet and take a moment to transcribe my notes for my most recent installation of a document fed Brother Scanner (specifically, an
Can be found on slantnews.com (see the link below).
Just got done deploying csgoisfail.com via do droplet, replete with nginx, mysql, php, drupal 8, and drush from scratch, and - since scripting this sort of basic deployment has been on my mind for over three to five years now... long before the convenience of digitalocean droplets - basically tried to standardize this sort of deployment via script. I didn't have time to follow through with that (at least, not entirely), especially since digitalocean.com's dashboard incentivizes me to be lazy via allowing me to simply snapshot deployments.
Sure, I'm getting crushed by trying to cover AVN 2016 here in Vegas, but this morning, took a moment to clear my head with some good old-fashioned bloggy-criticism... LET NOT THE PERFECT BE THE ENEMY OF THE GOOD, that's what I say! So, for the first time since, like March of last year, a new movie: "Burn After Reading!"
It's been FOREFVER since I put together a decent showreel for my musical endeavors, but this site needs one. To that end, I'll be (courageously) delving through the 1,000+ hours of content I've created, flagging, tagging, clipping (gopchop-ping), then editing together what should be a badass 1 minute long showreel highlighting:
... isn't as easy as it sounds (nothing ever is)...