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State of the site 2021

While checking out the Wayback Machine (see previous post), I realized that I had a number of pre-WordPress ‘news’ entries and writings going back to 2001 that I had forgotten about, and had neglected to bring to future versions of my site. I corrected that mistake by retroactively inserting those old writings into this existing…
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Wayback Machine

It just recently dawned on me that my old websites going all the way back to 2001 are sill out there via the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine. Sure most of the pictures were not archived and my HTML coding is super janky (thanks Microsoft FrontPage), but the writing is all there. My first website through…
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Tedillize 2 Stylesheet

I revamped my normalization CSS stylesheet and I cleaned out all the specialized classes that I had implemented in an effort to make this more universally acceptable. This version is far more streamlined and deals only with the core HTML elements. There is still a lot of opinionated stuff in there, so this probably won’t…
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Three Twenties Day

Today is 3/20/2020 and the namesake for this website, which is named for my birthday 🎂. Otherwise, I wish I had more to offer on this day. 🤷🏼‍♂️

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The Mischievous Bears Re-rendering

I just completed the High-Definition re-rendering of The Mischievous Bears short animated movie. The process went smoother than I expected it to, considering the assets I was using were 15 years old, and plus, I haven’t really worked with 3ds Max in 10 years or so. It goes to show how little 3ds Max has…
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New Renderings with 3ds Max

I recently began playing with 3ds Max again, mainly to see if I can load up some of my old renderings. To my amazement very little has changed with that software in the last 12-ish years since I last worked with it. Suffice to say, I was able to re-render a few of my old…
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Raspberry Pi ramblings

Last Spring, when I rebuilt this website, I used a Raspberry Pi on my home network as an internal web server to host the site development. Setting it up for that purpose was fairly easy once I got php/mysql and WordPress installed on it. However, there were a couple of config files that had to…
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