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HiFiBerry Amp 2, Vintage Koss Speakers and Volumio

I’ve been a Sonos user for probably five years now. Initially, they were something of a marvel of integration and software polish, providing ease of setup and room filling sound for … they are not cheap. Their closed ecosystem was another sour note for me, but I pushed past that in favor of convenience. The […]

Hardwares

One day in March, 2018, I woke up feeling pretty good about the day ahead of me. Coffee, a little light internet and then a good two to three thousand words on my book. That was the plan, anyway. About three quarters into my coffee, my screen turned to black and white vertical lines and became […]

WordPress Theme Updates

Just a brief note that my blog is undergoing some cosmetic alterations and things may look funny or not load at all. Google’s search console has informed me that chunks of my site aren’t loading because WordPress is using some jQuery Migrate script that is interfering with some of this blog’s contents. Or something. Still […]

My Favorite Albums of 2017

a spinning plate

Hey, it’s still the first week in January. That means there’s still time for me to pontificate on my favorite listens of last year. I’ll include the list at the end, with links to the album or artist’s Bandcamp site where possible. Another unexpected delight this year: I found myself buying more music from that […]

Scrivener 3: Compile Formatting for Ebook and Print

It’s been 2 weeks since the arrival of Scrivener 3, and I am pleased to report that so far, it has been an absolute pleasure to use. No crashes, no real surprises. It is a very solid release, so kudos and thank you to the team. I’ve had an item on my todo list for […]

Scrivener 3

scrivener 3 for macOS, stolen without shame from https://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener/overview

With much fanfare and a website overhaul, Scrivener 3 was released to the world yesterday, November 20th, 2017. It’s a big update, and you should really read the manual (RTFM! specifically Appendix E) before committing to it. If you’re in the middle of NaNoWriMo and cranking on words, I’d recommend holding off until December. OR, […]

Interview: Freefall author Felix R. Savage

Today I have with me science fiction author, Felix R. Savage who generously agreed to sit down with me for a virtual interview. I recently read through Freefall, the first book in your Earth’s Last Gambit Series, and came away with a bunch of questions. I was hoping you’d share some of your secrets with […]