Changing with time
This is my website. It is a wiki. That means it is easy for me to edit. The rate at which I do so can vary greatly, however.
Throughout 2022, I did a thing where I completed one music-related project per week (for some definition of "music-related"). Impressively, I actually stuck with it for a whole year. Some highlights:
Transcription of "The Moon"
from DuckTales for the NES (#11)
- Which is the greatest video game music ever written
Performance of Chopin's Revolutionary Étude
- albeit a mildly mediocre performance
- Cover of the guitar solo from Innocence Faded by Dream Theater (#51)
I also post some coding-related things, although that's less frequent despite having a backlog of content I want to put somewhere more permanent, like on the Internet. I've started compiling some oft-used snippets, like for ffmpeg and ImageMagick.
Other coding stuff is just for fun, like this mildly interactive visualization of sorting algorithms.
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