In a blog post at the end of 2022, I had a little fun making some predictions about the social media landscape for the upcoming year. It’s time to revisit those predictions and see how they’re holding up.
With Threads, Bluesky, Cohost, Hive, Mastodon, and a seemingly new platform popping up every week, you might wonder why I’m choosing to build my own platform...
Rediscovering my Identity, pursuing new ventures, and embracing authenticity as an independent creator.
Almost a year ago, I started part-time consulting and have now embarked on creating my own social network for fun. It feels like the right moment to introduce underlost.xyz, my new little web development studio!
The Undertale community loves to create some fascinating pieces of art though.
A regularly updated list of everything I’ve been playing in 2023.
Last year, I found myself unplugging from the world of social media entirely. I bid farewell to Facebook, deactivated Instagram, and turned my back on Twitter. It was a liberating, yet revealing experience.
Setting up a Ghost 5.x Docker container with S3 image hosting.
A Headless WordPress theme for photography blogs.
I haven’t been on social media for most of 2022, so it’s been fascinating watching bits of news coming out about Twitter and all of the platforms that are quickly popping up. I thought it might be fun to predict what might happen in social media over the next year.
I hacked the game about hackers to make it more fun.
I'm building a pretty simple music search function in a new project right now, powered by Spotify’s web API. In a lot of the StackOverflow threads and tutorials I found, they give examples of using Spotify’s API, but with front-end user authentication. For my project, I don’t really need (or want to) require users to sign into Spotify to access some of the basic functions like search. The problem, however, to use the Search API requires you to authenticate to retrieve an access token, which the