Every time Almost Famous comes on, I’m reminded of two things…
1) How much I love this movie (and everything Cameron Crowe)
2) I still need to start submitting articles to Rolling Stone (this movie was the main insipration as to why I got into writing and Journalism)
It’s definitely not an original idea (all the good ones have been taken in this space), however I’m toying with the idea of handwritten blog posts.
Not so much replacing every post with a handwritten one, but more so a daily brain dump or stream-of-consciousness post.
…and now, my favourite Christmas song.
When you’re at an Irish pub and Try a Little Tenderness comes on, but it’s the version by The Commitments so that makes it ok in your mind.
I’m in Woodford County, KY for the weekend, and all I can think about is Bourbon.
A little rainy today, with a side of fog courtesy of the river…
Also, I have noticed a vast improvement in the posting times on MB.
Was that something rolled into the public launch, @manton?
Do I write a blog post about something, post it on MB, or record a microcast about it?
Are all three appropriate? Do I pick two and then syndicate on one?
I’m so confused…(in a good way)
I always claim that Ryan Adams was my first country music show, but he’s not really Country. So, I’m making up for it by seeing Garth Brooks tonight.
Just sent an update to the subscribers of The Weekly Sync. Short, but sweet.
It’s all part of the plan…
I think Apple is missing a huge opportunity by not selling the Space Grey keyboards and pointing devices.
Wrote a new blog post about my new microcasting v. podcasting adventure.
It’s Podcasts Galore!
Did Apple kill the Visualizer in iTunes? I can’t find it anywhere…
18 years of SurfChaos.com.
Registered January 1st, 2000 at 12:01a, it was the first domain I ever purchased.
Where has all the time gone?
I had to burn a CD today. I don’t remember it taking this long to write 8 tracks…
Tea. Earl Grey (Crème). Hot. (w/ blackberry-infused honey, and cream)
Only the best way to watch S2 of The Crown, indeed.
I’m enjoying the fact that a lot of companies and developers are opening up their Slack groups to external users. Add to that all of the social groups (ex. the Indie Blogging community), and I’m actually finding a use to keep the app on my devices.
Feeling particularly productive today. Finished Christmas shopping with the wife, fixed my old Raspberry Pi 2, and cleaned the house. Not too shabby…