Scriptorium

Writing, reviews and tutorials by Chris Rosser

Sneak peek - new site design

1 min read

A sneak peek at my new site's design, launching soon. Lovingly hand-crafted by yours truly from HTML/CSS/JavaScript in Visual Studio Code.

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Optimising OBS on a 2020 MacBook Pro

8 min read

I show you how to optimise OBS to stream and record with an Intel MacBook Pro.

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Own your platform

1 min read

An unexpected black mark from Google and Medium makes me question my future with them, while reinforcing my belief in owning your own platform.

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World-building with Markdown

15 min read

In this first part of a series about world-building markdown, I show you how to get started with MkDocs.

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How to seek and destroy filter words with Scrivener

6 min read

I show you how to seek and destroy filter, hedge, and weak words using the power of Scrivener's regex search and collections.

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Cove comments

1 min read

I liked Cove Comments enough to buy a year’s licence.

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My earliest writing influences

6 min read

I indulge in a little nostalgia and reveal my earliest writing influences.

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Books are back

2 min read

Hacking Ghost, I have at last pulled the books section back into my site, severing the last thread connecting me from Pelican. Oh, and my my premium members can now read the entire Cadoc's Contract online in their browser.

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Interview: Mark Timmony

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Book blogger, Lorri Moulton has interviewed my good buddy Mark Timmony about his debut epic fantasy novel, The Blood of the Spear.

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From MailerLite to Ghost

2 min read

Having left StoryOrigin behind, I finally make the move from MailerLite to Ghost's integrated newsletter feature.

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Unboxing The Blood of the Spear

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I finally get my hands a signed, hardcover copy of Mark Timmony's The Blood of the Spear.

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Pipedream — my new best friend

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Faced with upgrading my Zapier account to an unpalatable $20 a month, I give it a flick for the more developer-friendly automation platform, Pipedream.

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