With distortion banned, remix has become the go-to content filter workaround. For millions pop music now sounds like this..
It’s your website. You can choose to write as much or as little as you want in a blog post.
After 4 years and nearly 200 podcast episodes, here’s 10 tips for creating online in 2022
Playing slow and sad means there is no a lot of room to hide when you play a wrong note.
Lack of copy editing is extremely transparent to a reader. Editing on the other hand is invisible to the reader, but transparent to the writer
I’m writing this from a house that is feeling very sorry for itself.
Today I went up into town from Streatham to meet some folks in Covent Garden for breakfast/brunch.
Sun comes up, sun goes down, the year turns, the date changes and the clock keeps ticking. I can’t belive that its the 7th of November.
The first turn of our first game went by.. slowly
I think there could be a lot more done representing my phone use beyond lame bubbles falling down every-time I unlock my phone.
Lessons learnt from participating in this years NanoWriMo, and thoughts on staying with a creative moment for as long as possible.
Moaning about spending/wasting too much time on my phone is the perennial topic for this blog.
I don’t really have any thoughts on the Substack backlash beyond urging people to ignore their impulse to disparage tall poppies and instead remember the long tail of people on the platform that are surviving because of others generosity.
In honour of Salem’s first album release for a decade. I wrote about Witch House. Where it was back then and where it’s gone.
How NanoWriMo helped me come to terms with my dyslexia and to put one word after another.
Another year, another Nanowrimo. This year coming in at 50,853 words in 30 days.