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Thinking about switching to a different guestbook app. Cbox seems to be pretty lightweight. But then I'd lose all the messages from you lovely people 🥺
added a CD collection page
I changed a lot of stuff to make everything load faster. Good for the environment, too. Apparently the internet is a big contributor to carbon emissions
Thinking about making my page more public, sort of like a replacement for my social media?
I'm constantly adding new songs to the music section which might eventually become the main section of the page 🤘
I'm also going to stop using proper grammar since it sounds pretentious in this context. I'm really not like that in real life
I'll be settling the CD vs Vinyl debate soon. Stay tuned.
I'm still here, added new songs to the music section
Hey people, just a friendly reminder that when you're on social media, you're the product, not the consumer
Music section is way better. Added a jukebox-style player.
Thought of the day (and my new mantra): Instead of thinking "man I should do [my homework] [this job application] [my laundry]" or "I want to [go skydiving] [work out] [write a song]," go out and do what you want to do. Life is short.
I recently realized something about how I use my phone and laptop. These devices have become an extension of my body, in that using them is as effortless as walking. Too effortless. When I'm bored, I sometimes catch myself swiping across the different pages of my phone's home screen and opening up apps I didn't even need to open. When I had the Reddit and Instagram apps, instantly clicking on either of them when I opened up my phone became an instant reflex, even if I had intended to use my phone for something else just a few seconds earlier. Swiping down to refresh the feed on those apps was also deeply burned into my muscle memory. Even with them off my phone, I'm still trying to kick my reddit habit. Switching back to "old reddit" has helped, since the old homepage doesn't show all-new content when you hit refresh, but it's still too easy to get sucked into the plethora of content, even if most of it is garbage. My lightning-fast trackpad isn't doing me any favors when it comes to tech addiction.
So today I turned down my pointer speed and scrolling speed in the hope that I would take the time to actually read what people have to say, and "savor" it like a good cigar or burger or something, instead of frantically searching for my next online dopamine hit. I was inspired by this video of the early web. Just look at how long it takes for those pages to load.
Speaking of slow loading, I'm going to have to do something about all my embedded YouTube videos.
NO SIGNAL. Click a song in the playlist to play the video.
I moved the guestbook to a different page for the sake of loading time and environmental friendliness