Links from February 2017
- Links for Wednesday 8 February 2017
- Music blogs | Everett True's advice for aspiring music critics (revised and expanded) | COLLAPSE BOARD
- From 2011.
- Links for Monday 13 February 2017
- Famous TV Shows Brought to Life with 3D plans | Drawbotics
- Including Parks & Rec, Mad Men, The Office (US). (via Things Magazine)
- From Friends to Frasier: 13 Famous TV Shows Rendered in Plan | ArchDaily
- From 2014, fan-made floor plans of several US sitcom sets. (via Things Magazine)
- Links for Wednesday 15 February 2017
- Sleep Ambient HD - YouTube
- Six-hour recordings of ambient sound and video from different games like GTA5, Tomb Raider, Mirror's Edge, etc. (via @mattb)
- Link Review: weblogs round-up | things magazine
- Summarising which of the weblogs in their sidebar are still active. Not many. Remember weblogs?
- Links for Thursday 16 February 2017
- flurinduerst/WPDistillery: WordPress Setup runner for Scotch Box
- Handy - create a Vagrant virtual machine with WordPress installed and configured. An oddly opinionated default config, but easily tweaked.
- Music and Social Justice / or Why Many Musicians Should Not Release Records for General Public Consumption
- Equating spending money on promoting your music (or, presumably, any other art) with perpetuating your privileged position.
- Sharing some process from IF – Writing by IF – Medium
- A handy list of things to do to secure your Mac, iPhone, email, etc. (via Favejet)
- This worked really well. And a bit of tweaking meant it also worked for importing into custom WordPress Post types and Taxonomies too.
- Links for Sunday 19 February 2017
- Massive dump of Spotify created playlists - 1.4k+ genres, 12k+ playlists! : spotify
- Amazing, but it's annoying this stuff is practically impossible to discover or browse in the app itself. Even having seen everynoise.com before, I didn't realise all these playlists existed.
- Ten Meter Tower - The New York Times
- "we found 67 people who had never been on a 10-meter diving tower before, and had never jumped from that high." And then filmed them trying to get up the courage. Riveting. (via Kottke)