A while back, I started trying to get more involved with the Linux community again. Back in the day, I was a developer for Arch …
After reading a metric ton on the million different available tea subscriptions, I decided to give Sips by™ a chance.
They say that the two worst things to discuss with friends are religion and politics. Well, I’m officially screwed.
My current go-to hot sauce does an excellent job of blending flavor with heat.
As part of the process towards building my bus, I put a significant amount of energy into figuring out how to best handle media while on the road.
Anyone who really knows me can attest that music is, and always has been, a considerable part of my life. As a child, I learned how to play piano and frequently “rewrote the masters,” much to the chagrin of my traditionalist piano teacher. As a teen, I played clarinet in both my school band and a jazz quartet. After high school, I learned several other traditional band instruments and spent some time as a percussionist in a long-forgotten local band. I even briefly found a niche working in pro audio at a recording studio. However, with all the years I’ve invested in music, the one thing I never learned was guitar.