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  • Photography

    My interests are Astrophotography, Landscape Photography and Panoramas. Digital Asset Management My Photo Dating Strategy Equipment My Photography Gear My Camera History Resources My Photography Teachers The Goldfields Track - A bike ride in Buninyong, Victoria Map of Public Land Color Filters for Black-and-White Photography: A Complete Guide | PetaPixel Shutter Speed Cheat Sheet.


  • Astronomy

    There are two aspects to my astronomy hobbying. Direct visual observation using my Celestron SkyMaster 20x80 Binoculars and Astrophotography.


  • Completed Things

    Computer Games A list of computer games I’ve completed, added to as I complete them (which is pretty rare I must say compared to some people but which did have a decided uplift during COVID-19 lockdown in 2020). “Completion” means playing through the main story line but for some games, they are not possible to complete so if I’ve played what I think is a sufficient amount, they are listed here.


  • Completed Things

    I’m in the middle of this. More thoughts to come.


  • Completed Things

    Definitely going to get to this one day.


  • Completed TV Series

    A list of the TV series where I've seen every episode. There are many more TV seasons I've finished, but not the whole (yet!).


  • Getting Things Done with Obsidian

    This article is about how I have implemented the Getting Things Done Methodology (GTD) within the Obsidian note taking application. It is not commentary on how to follow the GTD methodology, nor will it necessarily reflect the methodology in its pure form^[Those familiar with GTD no there is no such thing as a pure implementation.


  • From Camera to Digital Asset Management

    This is the first of a series of articles I plan to write on how I take a photo or movie shot on a camera right through to archive with full metadata for future family historical purposes. My role in all this, apart from enjoying photograph myself, is to be the curator of photos for my family. Throughout the process my goal is to keep the original image in as pristine condition as possible and to only rename it or add metadata in a non-destructive manner.


  • Darkside by Tom Stoppard

    Commissioned by the BBC for the 40th Anniversary of Dark Side of the Moon, I first heard this radio play around 2015 and only the once. It was pulled from Spotify not long after. Every now and then I’d look for it on streaming to no avail. So, I finally ponied up the money and ordered a copy from Discogs where I’ve had success finding some Dodo & the Dodos CDs.


  • Don't Duplicate Public Knowledge

    Within a Digital Garden it’s very easy to get caught in the trap of duplicating public knowledge that can be found elsewhere, or is otherwise known. For example, The Lord of the Rings is made up of Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King. There is no benefit in me re-creating that structure here.

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  • Windows Games

    The list of games I’ve played that were written for the Microsoft Windows operating system.


    • PlayStation VR2 Games

      The list of games I’ve played that were written for the PlayStation 5 console and Playstation VR2 headset.


      • PlayStation 5 Games

        The list of games I’ve played that were written for PlayStation 5 console.


        • PlayStation 4 Games

          The list of games I’ve played that were written for the PlayStation 4 console.


          • PlayStation 3 Games

            The list of games I’ve played that were written for the PlayStation 3 console.


            • PlayStation 2 Games

              The list of games I’ve played that were written for the PlayStation 2 console.


              • Nintendo Game & Watch Games

                The list of games I’ve played that were written for the Nintendo Game and Watch handhelds.


                • MacOS Games

                  The list of games I’ve played that were written for the MacOS operating system.


                  • iOS Games

                    The list of games I’ve played that were written for the iOS operating system on Apple mobiles.


                    • Commodore Amiga Games

                      The list of games I’ve played that were written for the Commodore Amiga.

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                      • calibre-web

                        calibre-web provides a web interface into Calibre. I prefer it for quickly reviewing my library and marking books as read. This software is installed on my Synology DiskStation DS920+.


                      • Calibre

                        Calibre is a cross-platform eBook management tool. It allows you to manage the metadata present in your eBooks. I use Calibre because Digital Rights Management is Unhealthy and share the database with calibre-web because I like its interface better.


                      • Astrophotography

                        For sure this page is a bit of a mess. Instructional guides Astrophotography 101: A Lesson Series on Photographing the Milky Way – Lonely Speck - large MOC with multiple articles to work through on all topics Planning Light Pollution Light Pollution Map for Bendigo - I have this app on my mobile phone.


                      • The Garden Shed

                        Every garden needs a good shed, full of the right tools to make it flourish.


                      • Productive Laziness

                        There is art in doing as much as possible, as easily as possible and that’s what I call being productive lazy. It’s the term I use to describe my approach of doing as much as possible with as little effort as possible and applies particularly to repetitive tasks where I want them done quickly and without having to think too much.


                      • Canon R50 Mirrorless

                        Santa brought me a [Canon R50](https://www.canon.com.au/cameras/eos-r50) camera for Christmas in 2023. It's a noticeable improvement on the [[Canon 400D DSLR|Canon 400D]]. Compared to the 400D, this camera gives me: Live view on the back screen More focusing points +/- 3 stops of exposure bracketing instead of +/- 2 ISO significantly greater than 1600 Lighter body 4K video recording More pixels of the mega kind Interface and technology that is 17 years further forward Hi-res viewfinder Sensor SizeResolutionPixel Pitch1APS-C6000 x 40005.


                      • My Camera Lenses

                        Lenses for my Canon R50 and Canon 400D. LensMin. FocusFilterLens HoodCanon RF-S 18-45mm f/4.5-6.3IS STM0.20m @18mm (AF)0.15M @ 18mm (MF)ø49mmEW-53Canon RF-S 55-210mm f/5-7.1 IS STM0.73m at 210ø55mmET-60BCanon EF-S 17–85mm f4-f5.6 USM)0.35m @macroø67mmEW73BCanon EF 50mm f1.8 STM0.35mø49mmES68.


                      • My First Steps as a Philosopher

                        Whenever I’m asked what I would do if I didn’t have to work, I’ve answered, “I’d be a philosopher.” Those who know me nod in agreement and don’t question it. Although I know deeply intuitively this it the correct answer, I haven’t been able to articulate why. My Mission Statement defines me as a scholar of life seeking wisdom.


                      • RAW Photo Developing

                        The workflow I use to develop RAW photos.


                      • Ingest Raw Photos

                        Currently a placeholder as I work out how to get the flowchart on From Camera to Digital Asset Management linking properly. See also RAW Photo Developing.