Ten Years in 17 Bullet Points

got laid off did the self-employment thing bought a house learned to code had another kid took a job ran a 5-miler took another job did a featured speaking thing got promoted to management made a …

I never bothered to make a Best of 2019 music list, which is something I’ve done since my teenaged years, but I did make a “best beers I had for the first time in 2019” list, so there’s …

Twenty Nineteen

2019 was a rough year. I doubt I’m the only one who feels this way, for reasons personal, professional and/or political. In the intrest of focusing on the positive and shining a light towards …

After decades of advancements in semantic markup and accessibility, Instagram decided that we should consume all content as flat, inaccessible images via Stories and we just… went along with it.

I don’t know who needs to hear this but when making a single artist playlist, you don’t have to include a track from each release, or have a limit on how many tracks from their best album, …

Really proud of how I was somehow able to bang on a blank Hugo theme long enough to get my micro*blog site to match my existing site (built in Jekyll).

Jackpot.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.

“The very structure of American life has changed to make the basics of stability difficult to attain, down to something as simple as eating with your partner or child…The problem of dinner is far …

Haven’t watched anything yet, but my first impression of Disney+ is that every single other streaming platform needs to copy how D+ handles login on Apple TV.

This new Sturgill Simpson record is the sound of an artist just straight-up Going For It on every single song. It has no chill whatsoever, and I mean that in the best possible way. I think I love it. …

Anyone who insists Apple is “now a services company” has never logged in to iCloud•com.

Trying to hold my judgement until I hear the whole thing, but if this version of “What’s The Frequecy, Kenneth?” is any indication, I’m really gonna have some things to say about the 2019 Scott Litt …

I somehow found the spot in YouTube TV that allows me to record all college football games with one click. I am drunk with power.

Actually, it’s fine that my rMBP battery percentage indicator decrements even when it’s plugged in. It’s fine and good.

There is such a huge gap between “how much I want to like these new Sleater Kinney tunes” and “how much I actually like these new Sleater Kinney tunes.”

Finished reading: How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy by Jenny Odell 📚 A few thoughts: The “doing nothing” in the title isn’t just chilling, or conspicuous, performative self-care. …

Turns out, there’s an honest-to-god legit indie record store in downtown Lewes, DE. Who knew?

Working on it.

The vacation house has Yahtzee… but no score sheets. Downloaded a score sheet to my iPad Mini, opened it in Notes and am keeping score with the Pencil. I am living in an Apple commercial.

It’s really not that bad, but there is a certain absurdity to it.

“This is some really nice music… if you’re old.” — Yung Stunna on John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme.

One of the things I miss the most about The Old Web: pages like this. One person or group of people curating a list of fan-submitted guitar tabs for a given band. So much love, passion and …

There is one thing to learn from writers that non-writers don’t always understand. Most writers don’t write to express what they think. They write to figure out what they think. Writing is a process …

“Oh, snap, this Squeeze cover by Erykah Badu is really really good” is not a sentence I woke up thinking I’d say today, but it’s important to let life take you where you need to go. 🎧