These are tasty!

Strawberry cheese cake flavor KitKats from Japan

The Day One shared journal has been out for a while now. Anyone run into a review of it in practice? Considering using it as a family journal for an upcoming trip.

Green and blue windows in a high rise.

Yellow ridge in Pittsburgh

Pretty excited about this Album Whale update, which was spurred on by the disappearance of Songwhip from the scene. You can now play albums right from the Album Whale album pages! Surf around the discover pages to test it out.

Animated GIF showing how  you can deep link directly from an albumwhale.com album page into your streaming service of choice.

Here ends me blogging every day.

Today’s post is a bit nerdyโ€“confusion with whois and nslookup. #weblogpomo2024

Received an email that songwhip.comโ€˜s API is going away. I think maybe all of Songwhip is going away, which would be extra sad because they have the prettiest music share links around.

Working on an alternative path to keep Album Whale humming along. ๐ŸŽถ

Maybe next year. #weblogpomo2024

Maintaining an old blog. #weblogpomo2024

Share the things you like, y’all!

Been fixing dead links on my old blog posts. Going through 2008 was rough. Maybe I should have spent that time building a dead-link detection feature in Pika. ๐Ÿค”

A little story from a different time. #weblogpomo2024

The Jacksons and the Patriots #weblogpomo2024

Really thankful to the good people at musicto for reaching out to me for an interview. If you need a playlist for Friday afternoon for coding, writing, or anything else, give my playlist a try! (The playlist is included with the interview.)

Hey Piggy Piggy Piggy Pig Pig #weblogpomo2024

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Screen Time Doesn’t Work (For Me)

A reminiscence of my music appreciation.

The IndieWeb carnival asks your thoughts on creative environments #weblogpomo2024

We at Good Enough are happy to be entering the alpha stage for our new shared inbox product, Inboxtopus. This means we need to bring on some teams to give it a try. Do you have a small team using a shared inbox? Do you find other software options too expensive? If that fits you, please get in touch!

A screenshot from the alpha team email inbox software, Inboxtopus. The received emails include various Arrested Development characters such as Stan Sitwell, Bob Loblaw, and Barry Zuckerkorn.

Wherein I talk about some things I’ve been repeating: Gettin’ Reps.

On a more serious note, all blogs are welcome.