From Derek Sivers at :


Most websites have a link that says “about”. It goes to a page that tells you something about this person or business.
For short, people call it an “about page”.


So a website with a link that says “now” goes to a page that tells you what this person is focused on at this point in their life.
For short, we call it a “now page”.

My /now page

I set aside a few minutes each Monday to update my now time.

Home Location: Toronto, Canada

Where I am this week: Sutton BC, visiting Grace
Travel for work restarts June with a trip to Alberta.

Photography stuff:

* Get my phone pics synced in with the main website ( via Lightroom (cloud version) I'm down to 800 pictures to sort through!

* Publish pictures from Brockville Railway tunnel trip (complete)

Raspberry Pi

* Rebuild OS SD card for a Raspberry Zero and load on the weewx software. Then copy across the database and other support files, and install in the home network.

* I am writing up this project for a github repository. See /rongrimes/weewx-pi for progress.

* Developing a workaround for a fault at with an occasional 502 error. Thanks to James McCarthy (bedmas) for the code fragment.

Home, Other

* Grandson care, walks. I've tasked myself as his Mischief Mentor. (Well, somebody's got to do it.) [Continuing]

* Need to get moving on some house reno! [started, but a disappointing start.]


* Looking forward to my next trip June 7.

URLs: This site, weather, other

* (this website)

* (weewx weather reporting)

* Also see: Left margin > Weather station links

* /nownownow

URL: Technical


And I'm on the Facebook and the LinkedIn and the Twitter, but just not very often.

I have never heard of Instagram.

Updated: 2022-05-23

Thank you Derek Sivers for the nownownow meme.