Been using (which is great) to run my online D&D games, but am still figuring out a backup story. I threw together some shell scripts[1] a while back to push to S3, but wanted something more flexible, so I spent this weekend building a better thing in python. Gotta do a final testing and cleanup pass, but I'll put it up on GitHub once it's decent.


I've been off social media since last September, which has been great. Mastodon seems safe tho

remember not to access ANYTHING of Amazon's the next two days.
This means:
no Twitch
no audible
no comixology
no kindle
no amazon music
no amazon prime tv
no whole foods
none of the amazon stores

If you have Amazon Prime, cancel it, just resub afterwards if you want, don't even go for it if you're offered a free month. Unplug Alexa if you have her for any reason, don't impulse buy anything.

Support the workers, don't be a scab.

Single bears in your neighborhood would like the trash you've unfairly hidden in the garage

Hello everyone, thank you for the warm welcome. I look forward to sharing my new works here!

Unnnh I'm preparing for the second session of the D&D 5e campaign I'm running and I'm so excited to try all these new Lazy Dungeonmaster techniques :D

Teaching myself Autodesk Fusion 360 in the hopes of doing more CNC routing and 3D printing. Pretty fun parametric CAD/CAM program so far, and free for hobbyists.

Lots of great tutorial series from Autodesk, too! This is a good 'un:

oh hey, i remember reading the whole Gucci Gang Mysteries series when i was growing up

Oops I guess I'm taking a vacation day today. Not like anyone else is in the office.

Successfully accomplished one of the hardest computer problems, printing address labels that all register correctly

Dear @KinkyKobolds what can you tell me about standard kobold snout, horn, and tail characteristics

Just got to watch a huge spider lay down the structural lines of a big web, perfectly lit up by the porch light outside the window. Never really appreciated how webs go together or how the spiders climb and drop and cut and stitch: it was really amazing to see up close

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Animal Business

A small server for a small group of dog things