- Jan 18, 2011 Learning to Git it Right
Jan 16, 2011
I use SoundCloud because their little visual music players are rad as hell. They are easily embeddable anywhere. Their interface is well-designed and fun to use. With a free account you only get so much space to upload music (unlike my own host), but there’s a community worth contributing to so I try to put my best tracks there.
Jan 13, 2011
Is Video Game Music Essential?
A Kotaku article about someone gaining the “courage” to ignore video game music was published online recently.
A blogger I respect, Cruise Elroy, wrote a response to it.
I am now writing a blog post responding to both.
Jan 12, 2011
Redmine Upgrade Woes (With a Happy Ending)
Redmine is a great project management web application written using the Ruby on Rails framework. I've been using it to help myself organize all of the many coding (and recently music) projects I work on.
Jan 11, 2011
The Man Cave Jam Mini-Site
While I have one main, official musical collaboration under my belt (that of Pure Yellow Colour), I have met up with other musicians many times to do what we improvisers like to call "jamming". Break out some instruments and start playing. Sometimes there's a plan or some notes or words, but often it's just one person starting to play something while the others try to join in. It's a dance between a group of musicians that I can actually perform.
Jan 10, 2011
Fallout: New Vegas Wrapup (Spoilers, Duh)
The exciting conclusion to Fallout: New Vegas was finally within my grasp last night. Be warned: there be spoilers abound.
THE FATE OF NEW VEGAS
For the record, I played on Normal difficulty, Hardcore mode. Most of my time was spent with Rex and Veronica as companions (halfway through until end), and I was more or less Morally Good (except to the NCR and Legion, whom I slaughtered with reckless abandon in the finale).
Jan 8, 2011
The New(er) Nebyooweb.com and Nebyoolae.com
Nebyooweb.com (Nebyoolae + web; genius, I know) is my personal web development/design portfolio. If anyone wants to know how I build websites, then this is a good portal. This new version has quite a few changes.
Jan 6, 2011
Lists, Lists, Lists
A short list of concerts attended kept lengthening over the years on my old LJ, measuring almost 50 units in total. It was fun to update it when I went to a new one, although I haven’t been to one in (*checks*) 16 months. This is…kind of appalling.
Anywho. I took that old post and turned it into a WordPress Page. I figured other periods-of-time-that-can-be-chunked should be added as separate lists, too, so books, games, and movies are on the page, as well. Anytime I finish one of these things I’ll update it. Right now, besides the concert list, the page is woefully unfinished, so don’t think I’ve only begun watching movies, reading books, and playing games since a year or so ago.
Jan 6, 2011
Road to Ruby, The (Real) Beginning
Despite being first introduced to Ruby via working on More Things Need To, I haven't really gone full-on into Ruby-learning mode until now. I believe I've made some small inroads toward getting to know it better in the past few days, though.
Jan 5, 2011
Nebyooweb.com Update Snag [FIXED]
My webhost, as awesome as they are, already helped me fix the problem and nebyooweb.com is now live. Check out the sleek new look in all its updated glory.
Any comments or criticism are gladly welcomed.