I gave this site a full-blown refresh for 2021, so I'm going to talk about how cool it is.
Web components are cool, Plvylist is cool, and they're the perfect match.
Another year, another migraine recap.
We in Front Royal covered one of our favorite songs in a very 2020 way - individually tracking our parts in the comfort of our own homes.
I decided to give troy. - a band I have - a website.
I wanted to learn web audio, specifically the Media Element API. At first it was daunting and made no sense, but I realized it wasn't so bad after all.
We've all come across an abandoned website that was left to wither away and never be thought about again. Well, what if it actually looked that way too?
Social media is overwhelming, which is why I quit using a lot of it, but that didn't stop me from creating my own app where I can enjoy it all alone.
Netlify opened the door to branch deploys and that's changed my development process for the better. Watch me make this site better in real time!
In 2013, I took a beginner's music theory course in college. Seven years later, I dug up the song in its digital form and gave it new life.
I greatly appreciate you lifting your 10,000 song library limit, but couldn't you have told us this was happening sooner?
My site is designed with dark mode in mind, but after reading about the latest in media query news, I was antsy to give light mode users a unique experience.
I created the first draft of the Front Royal band site, but had to make some changes to the original design after realizing my mockups were too small in reality...
Sometimes, I hear a new song that is such a jam that I can't imagine life without it. We'll see if they hold up at the end of the year.
We want a website so we have a presence that isn't exclusively on social media. So, I'm whipping up a site and blogging about it in real time.
I kept a log of every migraine I had in 2019 in an effort to better understand my triggers and reduce their frequency.