May 3, 2022
Bogdle, a Wordle-inspired Boggle Clone
As you can see by the header image, I’ve made some progress on such a thing! However, bugs still need to be squashed, a “new puzzle each day” mechanic needs to be sussed out, and rough edges need to be sanded down. However, how did I even get here?
I present a short introductory post for now…
Feb 11, 2022
Audio Hash Mac
A VERY SHORT STORY
Once upon a time I created a web app called Audio Hash. It involved low-level audio manipulation in order to take multiple audio files, grab random chunks of them, and then combine them into a sampler of sorts, or a “hash”.
The only problem is…it still doesn’t work (as of 2022-02-11).
Jan 4, 2022
Happy New Year Sequel
It’s now 2022 (or 2020 2, if you’re cheeky), and time for a blog-type announcement dealio: NebyooBlog, formerly here, is finally shutting down…
…so it can be integrated here ;P
Dec 2, 2021
Fly Like Venus: Unwound
The awesome rock band that I play in just (well, recently) released a second album! It’s called Unwound, and it’s a definite sophomore release: similar to the first release, but more experimental.
Nov 19, 2021
Sometimes Self-Hosting Services Satisfies Sufficiently
self-hosted, webdev, freshrss, homer, neb.host, wallabag, roundcube, drupal, linode, vue-js, minecraft, wordpress, jekyll-rb, hugo
Over the years, the way I’ve used the Internet has changed: initial discovery through a modem and AOL, creating my own little space on a local ISP’s at
/~username, always-on broadband in college, and then residential service that I’ve now had for nearly 2 decades. Once you’re online all the time, you start using it a lot more. I’ve used the popular services everyone else uses, like Google and Wikipedia, but also toyed with running my own services on some server somewhere, usually shared. Issues of privacy and security are definitely relevant here, but customization and control are even more important to me.
Aug 16, 2021
Recent Completed Sonic Output
In the past few months, I’ve been able to complete some new music, and I guess making a blog post about that is something people do, so…here it is.
Apr 13, 2021
Programming After 40
I’m 40 years-old and I’ve been working on dev of some sort or another for two-and-a-half decades. I have a reliable career, but still have time to work on toy projects for fun when I want, and yet lately…I have not been interested.
Feb 5, 2021
The Musical Road Ahead, 2021 Edition
All right. It’s 2021. I’ve been making music since I was a teenager back in the mid-90s. I’m now 40 years-old and have finished dozens of releases in a variety of styles. What else is there to do?
Well, I’m glad I asked myself that!
Sep 21, 2020
On Being Nebyoolaeous
I first legitimately played a guitar in high school, sometime in the mid-1990s. A friend of mine had brought an acoustic guitar to school for some kind of talent/show-and-tell kind of thing, and I remember being quite impressed. I’d never really had much interest in learning any kind of music instrument up to that point, except for maybe the drums. However, drums had three issues: s p a c e, price, and loudness. Unfortunately, they required too much of each.
- Jul 13, 2020 Still Alive