The Begärlig terrarium

In early October I was approached by a teacher and friend to help create a simple low-cost terrarium for high-school students taking biology 101 or what might eventually become biotech 101. The idea behind the request was to teach students about photosynthesis and to give a little more hands-on experience

Printing @ 0.2mm & 100 microns

I bought a 0.2mm Micro Swiss nozzle for my 3D printer after the provided 0.4mm wasn't achieving the resolution I required for my up and coming keycap printing job, and I was having a painful time getting prints to come out cleanly or stick to the bed for

The peculiar case of the malfunctioning keyboard

Have you ever thought to yourself ... Gee, I wish I could focus more on my work and not get distracted by all these Slack and e-mail notifications and done something about it? By any chance did you install heyfocus? Because if you did, there's a good chance that just like

Adventures in WordPress Vol. 6 - Summary

Here we are, after a few changes to the hardware, software and network it's time to see if all the hard work has paid off. In summary the things I changed where; Decreased apache mpm servers Installed fail2ban Removed 13 plugins Optimised images using jpegoptim Converted stock WP to Bedrock

Adventures in WordPress Vol. 5 - CDN

One of the last things to tackle for the moment is setting up and managing a CDN or Content Delivery Network. Before picking a CDN provider I needed to get an estimate on how much traffic the site was using. Luckily there's a console based network traffic monitor for Linux