A talk at the Linux App Summit about software sustainability — and the environmental impact of power-hungry code — was a shocking wake-up call that’s too important to ignore. Please give a warm welcome to the creator of that talk, KDE’s Joseph P. De Veaugh-Geiss.
During the last several months, I’ve fallen in love with 24 new gems from mainstream stalwarts like Foo Fighters and The Hives, and lesser-known indie acts like Rockford and Sick Jjoy.
Rock Radar Vol. 3 represents my attempt to capture those in a time capsule of sorts, and sequence them in a way that takes you on an emotional journey.
Normally I’m hunting for music that’s less than a year old, but Rock Radar #2 is an exception. Sometimes a great mixtape just wills itself into being, and I didn’t want to fight the feeling.
And that feeling ended up being some serious nostalgia for the glory days of emo and grunge.
This mixtape is a heavy, cathartic, emotional onslaught of punk, metal, hardcore, and rock that contemplates death, and then celebrates life.
The unexpected death of Chris Cornell was, in a beautiful but undeniably tragic way, partially responsible for my wife and me connecting and finding love. We bonded over the sadness…
Focus up or wind it down with 90 blissful minutes of instrumental chill + downtempo tracks. Welcome to Music For 2am, Session #1.
👆When music makes me feel like this, I know it’s special. Like the image above, it evokes pure joy. The Rock Radar mixtape series is a semi-regular collection of my…
Jason’s Listening Notes: In 2016, I joined the staff of UploadVR and was given the awesome task of creating a new, limited run podcast about virtual reality, the people enjoying…
The developers behind Midjourney are on a mission to enable more imaginative humans, not more imaginative machines.
An ongoing series about the challenges and joys of creating comics with Midjourney, from a guy who can’t even draw a stick figure.