What have I been up to lately?
- I moved to Seattle! We bought a house and decided to move to be closer to our support network. We’re now settling in nicely, although there’s a lot of work to do to continue to get the house to be at the optimium level of cosiness.
- I’m still managing a team of software engineers and user experience designers at Stanford Libraries. We’ve had a busy year, especially with rolling out new services to support remote instruction and research. Most recently, our team shipped Mirador 3.0.0, which has been in the works for over two years including its design phase.
- I’m still recording music. I released my latest album on cassette a few months ago. My latest experiments have involved me getting more familiar with Sonic Pi and SuperCollider, and once I’m a bit more settled I’m planning to dig in to Orca. Since I haven’t unpacked all my gear yet, I’ve been doing a lot with VCV Rack lately.
- I got my ham radio license in August; I’d been frequenting local nets on 2 meter repeaters, but hadn’t had as much time before moving.
- As fall approached, I’ve been shifting to listen to lower tempo music, which means a lot of Slow Attack Ensemble, Matt Jencik, Nadja, etc. I really like the new Hum album, and I’m really excited about the new Mizmor/Andrew Black collaboration. I like making mixtapes, so get in touch.
Last updated January 4, 2021.