Monday, March 26, 2012

Dot Com.

A staggering amount of myself is making myself believe that I need to continue to explain and place words together and understand for the sake of legitimacy and honesty.


Now there's something that hasn't been able to just leave my house like a good house guest. I don't blame it either, it's a nice feeling. But who am I really, when I think these cookies are a nice feeling.

Alright, I'll do it. I'll keep the words coming more frequently. I will tell the story, and show the world how I see the world. I mean, that's what it's always been about in the first place, hasn't it?


When I get that really intense desire to create sounds, waves of pressures, to stitch the very fabric of one our human senses I have to feel the ingenious of the sounds created by some one else. I have to feel as though I understand their mind, why they chose what they chose, and how to make it feel right.

I usually just go on Tumblr and type in Future Garage.

Thursday, March 8, 2012


It's the first day I've put any actual text down for this blog engine I'm writing. I'm doing the project for my mother's new business, en which she needs Internet exposure to her future clients. I figured the best way to do this was to write an engine that's easy to use and just works.

So here's some screenshots of the work I've put in thus far.

I'm having a blast looking over MySQL and PHP again. This entire project is just the kind of thing I needed to do, I think.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Linux and Proprietary

I swiped the Alienware M11x from work not even a month ago. I've been using Windows 7 Ultimate on it as my primary OS and haven't even attempted any form of Linux distribution. My biggest fear is not having the drivers line up and work out of the box. There is a discrete graphics card on this machine which I know will have to enabled after an Ubuntu install, but I had to run manufacturer drivers for shit like my SD card slot, the USB drives. and the wireless card.

So after this post I'm going to run a live image of Ubuntu and see what the hell happens.

Working on my own Dynamic Content System engine that I'm going to use for a website project I have going on. It's basically a very minimal blog engine.