This site contains a mix of academic, educational and family information and links. I hope you find it useful.
- Server migration - I’ve just migrated to a new hosting provider. Quite a hassle getting a cPanel backup from the old service provider, but once I had that the transfer went easily. This is just a test post to make sure it all … Continue reading
- Australian Interstate Photographic Competition -
I got a great surprise today to hear that I had won the Roy Berryman trophy for the Best Image of the Exhibition 2020 with my Image in Image 2 photo. It also got the Herbert Medallion for best monochrome.
- Photographic successes in the Australian Digital Photography Awards -
I managed a silver medal among my successes at ADPA2020.
- Download photos from Google Album. - A brief tutorial on downloading images from google galleries. Continue reading
- Worldwide wildfire map - I was browsing the web and came across this interesting map, showing the distribution of bushfires/wildfires worldwide. It seems clear to me that there will soon be few areas of rainforest left in the equatorial region. When I was doing … Continue reading
- Photographic successes -
I am now an AAPS qualified photographer!
- Fixing the IP of an ethernet printer on a Sagecom F@ST™ 3864AC Router - I discovered that rebooting the F@ST™ 3864AC router supplied by Optus with my NBN transition stopped my wired ethernet printer working because the printer’s IP had changed. To prevent having to reconfigure the printer’s IP port at each reboot I … Continue reading
- Migrating several standalone WP domains to WP Multisite - I decided to merge a number of existing standalone WP installs into one multisite installation, so that I would have less maintenance to keep things updated and free of security holes. Whilst there are a number of excellent guides out … Continue reading
- Europe 2016 - I’ve just returned from a 2-month trip to Europe: Spain, Tangier, Portugal, Andorra, France and the UK. Details in Blog form with photo gallery links at http://europe2016.austvic.com.
- Prevent Windows changing drive letter for a USB drive - A common problem with Windows is that when you plug in a USB drive it may acquire a new drive letter. Usually this is no problem, but if you use the drive with a program that wants the data to be on the same drive each time it is inserted, you need to force Windows to use the same drive letter. Doing so is not hard. Here I will illustrate using Windows 7. Continue reading