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Auto CSP - The (Proposed) Solution

This post is continued from the previous one in this series, The Problem. The core design takes after Jamie Scaife's work mentioned in the… Read more →

Personal Website

This site itself is one of the projects of which I'm proudest. It is entirely self-designed with a fast, modern stack behind it. Read more →

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Auto CSP - Future Ideas

This post is continued from the previous one in this series, Trials and Tribulations. This post is something of a retrospective on what I've… Read more →

Auto CSP - Trials and Tribulations

This post is continued from the previous one in this series, The (Proposed) Solution. Actually getting the design I previously laid out… Read more →

Auto CSP - The (Proposed) Solution

This post is continued from the previous one in this series, The Problem. The core design takes after Jamie Scaife's work mentioned in the… Read more →

Auto CSP - The Problem

When you visit sites online, your browser generally trusts the servers it contacts. Security tools like cryptography can help, but some… Read more →

Using an SVG Favicon in Gatsby

Using an SVG favicon in a Gatsby site can be a bit tricky, because it is one of the only times where you don't want to inline the SVG. Read more →

WSL Configuration

My Linux shell configuration is used exclusively with Cmder and WSL; I've included some basic installation and setup instructions here. Read more →

Cmder Tasks

Tasks tell Cmder how to work with different terminals and shells. Here I've listed my tasks for WSL, PowerShell, and more. Read more →

Personal Website

This site itself is one of the projects of which I'm proudest. It is entirely self-designed with a fast, modern stack behind it. Read more →

Channel List

When my apartment complex's posted TV channel listings didn't match up with what my TV actually registered, I decided to over-engineer a bit of a solution for myself. Read more →

Add Case Brief

Northeastern's IA 5240 Cyberlaw: Privacy, Ethics, and Digital Rights course doesn't require any coding, but it does require a lot of legal… Read more →

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