I create my music and media for health and release free or donation, but sometimes you need a couple coins to rub together.
Plenty of pro and semi-pro experience in theatre, gaming, studio and live production and wide genres to understand your brief.
links in my bio. boosts or connections appreciated.
UNIX - the operating system that refused to die: https://mcornick.com/blog/2021/01/11/unix-the-operating-system-that-refused-to-die/
Slow rollout of the new book... but, it's available now on Amazon (ebook or print), and for free on gopher (ebook)!
It's a cozy fantasy/mystery. Feedback is always welcome, but never required (づ｡◕‿‿◕｡)づ
Jay Leno asks high school students some geography questions
very funny 🤣💦
The Oregon Trail (computer game) turns 50 next fall. It was originally created as class project by student teacher in 1971. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/how-you-wound-playing-em-oregon-trailem-computer-class-180959851/
One reason I hopped on social media is because I'm trying to publish a book. I wanted a way to connect with readers (those are out there these days, right?), but I'd rather live in total hermitage than use the main social platforms.
Gopher and email would have been fine by me, but everyone wants the Web and fancy UIs these days... I suppose you have to meet people where they are, to some degree!
I'll share more about the forthcoming book very soon.
The Intergalactic on Tilderadio will be livestreaming in a few minutes! LIVE! Pls tune in if your ears are free! 🙏
This is already how I rolled...
battery free Gameboy built for sustainability around ideas of intermittent computing
Writer, pubnix and z80 fan. People fascinate me. Religion fascinates me. Reading is crucial. I juggle a little bit before bed each night. I sometimes carry a bamboo flute in my backpack.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko