You’ve stumbled across Paul Heinlein's web homestead. As web sites go, it’s pretty modest, but it provides me a outlet for my dabbling with writing and web development.
A few developments have occurred recently. First, I've completely overhauled the site's design and toolchain. Here's a brief explanation of what I was trying to accomplish. Second, I've rewritten the transposition widget on my song pages. I traded a bit of flexibility for more accuracy. Finally, I’ve redirected all traffic to an encrypted connection. There are some pages on this site that have to do with network and data security, and readers of those pages may be considered subversive to some regimes. Encrypting the traffic raises the level of difficulty for anyone wishing to see what you're reading on this site.
As for the rest of the site, I’ve written a few geek-ish articles. (Sure to be best-sellers!) Now and again I post things that interest me to my blog. You can read about (and now see!) my thrilling bike route to work. Finally, there are some bits about this site.
Basic Command-line AWS Glacier Workflow added September 23, 2016
AWS S3 Access Management added September 7, 2016
Red Hat/CentOS Software Collections (SCL) added August 29, 2016
Limitations of Hugo's Date Format Templating added August 24, 2016
ACLs for OpenStack Swift Object Storage added August 11, 2016