Journal

What I've been doing recently, a blog, a scrapbook, and a place to show what I am currently listening to and watching. It's also a bit of playground to grab data from a few services I like.

Blog

I try my best to write down a few thoughts each year, but I won't hold myself too accountable.

  1. Good Case Studies

    Jul 25, 2021

  2. My definition of a good MVP

    May 15, 2021

  3. Using a notebook as a task manager

    May 2, 2021

  4. The Window

    Jan 10, 2021

  5. Please remember this feeling

    Oct 23, 2020

  6. Writing daily & weekly project updates

    Oct 16, 2020

  7. RSS is calm

    Oct 5, 2020

  8. Bringing the fun back to our screens

    Sep 29, 2020

  9. IKEA Bekant Standing Desk: Personal Review

    Sep 21, 2020

Listening

I listen to music, mostly while I work, or walk. I use Apple Music and I collect the stats with last.fm.

Last week

  • Tracks

    85

  • Albums

    38

This week (so far)

  • Tracks

    113

  • Albums

    63

Top albums (3 months)

  1. My Other People

    TV Priest

  2. I Walked with You a Ways

    Plains

  3. Uppers

    TV Priest

  4. Expert in a Dying Field

    The Beths

  5. Dead Meat

    The Tubs

Top artists (3 months)

  1. TV Priest

    94 plays

  2. The National

    70 plays

  3. Pile

    60 plays

  4. Plains

    41 plays

  5. The Beths

    39 plays

Watching

The last 6 movies that I've watched and (hopefully) enjoyed, I record the ratings with Letterboxd.

  1. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
  2. Bullet Train

    Rating: ★★

    Bullet Train
  3. Nope

    Rating: ★★★★★

    Nope
  4. Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Rating: ★★★★★

    Everything Everywhere All at Once
  5. The Northman

    Rating: ★★★★

    The Northman
  6. The Batman

    Rating: ★★★

    The Batman

Scrapbook

This is the last 50 images that have caught my eye. I collect them using Savee, a Pinterest alternative.

NOTE Each image is copyright of its respective owner. Reasonable effort has been made to retain the source information, although this has not always been possible. Clicking an image will open it's source (if known).