Earlier this week, I went to Waterfront Park for the first time! (You’d almost think I didn’t live here as long as I have…) I went because the newly-vaccinated Pheauxteauxbreauxs were having their first Photo Walk in a few years, and I need some photos! However, I took a few myself (and probably should have […]View Item
Produced by Dead or Alive Watch the video (NSFW!): RIP, Pete BurnsView Item
I’ve been cursed with the knowledge of this “tradition” for over a year now, and thus I continue to honor the existence of the lemon pig. Now, listen. I did this for the first time last year, and things didn’t turn out too hot for the world, right? But you can never be too careful… […]View Item
Directed by Thomac C. BinghamView Item
I thought I’d take a moment to mention some of the places where you can buy my stuff! It’s all under Shop in the top menu, replacing “Stuff” from a while back — the resources and tutorials that used to be linked there are now under “Blog”. Currently, my offerings are spread through a few […]View Item
I already can’t remember enough to tell you about this awesome trip. Momentous as my first solo trip, as well as my first trip to the northern US (and specifically New Jersey/New York), my trip to Kupocon: The Bigger Pom was a fun weekend full of meetings, reunions, and Final Fantasy!View Item
There’s a way to discover new musical genres, or find the name of the genre you’ve been really into for the past half year! That’s this website:
Enter your favorite artist and you’ll find genres related to that artist. Click a genre and you’ll find a large word cloud of artists it applies to! Then, click on one of their names and a clip from their top song on Spotify will begin to play. Click again to be taken to that song on Spotify! For instance, I entered “Dead or Alive”, clicked on synth pop, and found a bunch of tangentially similar sounds. Fun!
Thanks to my friend Collin for showing me this website!
During my past few years of drastic change and growth, one of the best things I did was adopt a cat. Meet Tina Turner. (I didn’t name her, by the way, but it’s So Her.) With a past as tragic as her namesake, this vocal feline was up on Petfinder for months before I finally […]View Item