Last year, my goals were quite simple: Use less tech and create more. Simple as they were, I exceeded both of my initial expectations by a wide margin. I am coming into 2018 riding a wave of creativity not seen since 2013. I want to savor it, I want to treat it as respectfully as … Continue reading 2018.
I normally post these updates to the patreon page, but given patreons recent changes I’m going to put this on the main blog for everyone to see. Stipes Radio Update: Hi everyone, it is the time of month again where I go over what’s been going on at Stipes Radio! For November and December I … Continue reading December Update
Every fall in my hometown, we would have this fall festival that took over our Main Street and Central Park. School would let out early that Friday and the whole weekend would have be full of things to do for everyone in the town. On Halloween every business on Main Street would all give out … Continue reading That New Business
On a fateful day in 2009, a 12 year old boy who had been thrust from his hometown into the city had a broken Xbox. He had this laptop that he had won back in 06 as part of a raffle for being eligible for food stamps and free lunch in his towns middle school. … Continue reading GYOP
Stop changing the tech I own but how I use the tech I own In 2016 I went through two laptops, at least three phones, and two wearable devices, all in the name of trying to increase my productivity. The odd thing was, deleting every social media account but twitter is what had the largest … Continue reading 2017. Forward. Resolutions?
2016 sucked, but most of the art was really good. Music Blonde by Frank Ocean is album of the year, it’s had the most interesting twists and turns on each repeated listen. Lil Boat by Lil Yachty is the best mixtape, it’s fun and we need more fun art. Cosmic Explorer by Perfume is the … Continue reading The Best Things of 2016
As someone who never commits to anything, I’ve decided that I want to commit myself to learning Swift. I know a bit of C from programing classes I took back when I actively attended college. And as I’ve somehow1 gone all Apple with my computers, Swift seems to be a great option. So I decided … Continue reading Learning Swift Day 0
I used to not be jaded about computers. I remember being told what the future of computing would be every couple of months as a kid and then downloading some god awful beta and loving it. I remember not feeling so indifferent when a new platform would launch. Maybe it started to fade when in … Continue reading If Apple isn’t right, then who is?
This post is over a year old, and likely doesn’t reflect my current thinking or mindset. Recently, I had the opportunity come across for me to enter into the Iron Yard Academy. The Iron Yard is a 12 week program and offers employment assistance, the programs vary from different types of development, ranging from Ruby … Continue reading Careers and Colleges are hard choices
This post is over a year old, and likely doesn’t reflect my current thinking or mindset. Tim Cook’s legacy on Apple is going to be him making the company known as a high fashion brand. The Apple Watch is the first mixing of fashion and tech that hasn’t been a mess. The Apple watch has … Continue reading Generic After Apple Keynote Think Piece on the Apple Watch