View Howto.md

Set up a recurring task to run this script every morning at 3am:

crontab -e
0 3 * * *  ~/bin/common/apod
View Wishlist.md
View find-in-js-array.md
var optionList = [
    {
        'label': 'HTML',
        'value': 'html'
    },
    {
        'label': 'Plain Text',
        'value': 'plaintext'
    }
View jsx-conditional-block.md
return (
  <div className="wrapper"
    {(this.state.corbin) ?
        <h1>I am a meat popsicle.</h1>
    : null}
  </div>
);
View film-journal-template.txt
Ref (roll #)
Film / Format / ISO
Date Loaded
Date Unloaded
Location(s)
Camera
Notes
[Line items for each exposure]
View truncate-in-css.md

Truncate a String in CSS

.whatever {
  max-width: [?]px;
  overflow: hidden;
  text-overflow: ellipsis;
  white-space: nowrap; /* optional */
}
View jtj-ploafmaster-dpi.md

(conversation in #cameratalk on 2015-11-18 & 2015-11-19)

JTJ:

DPI/PPI is important any time you’re crossing the physical/digital boundary – in either direction.

When scanning, you’re going from inches to pixels, and when you’re printing, you’re going from pixels to inches. DPI matters in both circumstances. Or, more specifically PPI, but DPI is commonly used to mean pixels per inch.

Ploafmaster: