Since the start of this year, I’ve been working on a project with my friend Sam DuBois, which he has just announced. This summer, starting June 7, we’re hosting a narrative overlay (similar to an ARG) in Albany, California. It’s called the Avenue Adventure. Over the course of the game, players will discover a secret underbelly of the town, pick a side, and fight to support it.
Setting: Albany and Berkeley, California. Nighttime, half past eight. A run with friends Cabernet and Elphaba to meet up with Jimmy.
I spent two weeks rafting down the Colorado River through Grand Canyon and took some photos there. All of the water and hassle of packing various possesions in various places meant that I didn’t always have access to my camera when I wanted it, but I think the photos I did take turned out well.
Telegramusic.ml is a site for sharing music built by my friend Frank. It builds up a playlist from user-submitted music links that automatically follows from one song to another without requiring interaction. Until now, it’s only had support for YouTube embeds. This is the story of how I added Bandcamp embeds to telegramusic.ml.
I’ve been tying my shoes wrong for a while now. I knew there was a problem but I didn’t really know how to fix it. Now I’ve discovered a genius method, and I’d like to share it with you.
What’s the best superpower? No, it’s not super strength. No, it’s not flying. No, it’s not invisibility. The best superpower is the ability to edit your own mind.
It wasn’t necessarily the wisest choice to begin my economics essay at 10 P.M. the night before it was due. The project, assigned weeks earlier, was to research three potential careers, including starting salary, job duties, and employment availability. Since the requirements for each job were the same, I figured it would be alright if my paragraphs were fairly formulaic.