I’m going back to New Orleans, my race is almost run. I’m going back to end my life down in the rising sun.
Just came to the realization that if my blog was a comic, it’d be xkcd –http://xkcd.com
Thanks to @marktrolley I now have SSL on password-protected areas of the site. And as of this morning I’m running the Fever feed aggregator.
Just bought my first bottle of Worcestershire sauce and I’m makin’ rice to celebrate. It’s the little things.
Attending a Tai Chi uprooting workshop on this humid Sunday morning. Tuition is $5 and a can of food for the local food bank.
A demonstration of the Melodica app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. There are similar apps out there — Tonepad, Synthtopia — but none of them are as simple and polished. That being said, there are a few features that could make Melodica stand out even more, such as the ability to save compositions on-the-fly and layer them under new ones, or the ability to change the sample sound, so I’m hoping they’ll be added in an update. Regardless, I’ve only had this app for a day, and I’ve been enjoying it immensely.
Some tips for composing/performing songs in Melodica:
So glad I saw that in the theatre. Forgot about all the lens flares I read about until the first THIRTY SECONDS.
Splitting a Philly cheese steak with Bronwen before we go see Star Trek. Someone has finally agreed to see it in the theatre with me!
Listening to the Jeff Buckley albums Dan bought me for my non-birthday (even better than birthday presents) while working on a site.
Turn’s out Bailey’s will freeze solid if you leave in the freezer for more than a few days. Oh well. Back to ice cubes it is.
Listening to Knights of Cydonia (for a morale boost) as I get ready to vacuum the biggest spider to ever enter my house.