Since the beginning of January of this year, I have spent most of my weekends at my High School’s wood shop constructing a jukebox to be used as a set piece for the school’s production of Grease! this March. Continue reading “The Jukebox: The Beginning”
When I was a Freshman in high school, I covered Coldplay’s Clocks on piano for an event called “Coffee House,” which is basically an open mic night. Right before I should have hit the bridge, the piano started to roll away. I was quite angry for the rest of the night, but the audience was amused. Here is the video of that performance. Continue reading “Clocks At Coffee House”
I have been using the PowerVault MD1000 in my lab for just over two years now, and I have one important piece of advice for anyone considering it. Continue reading “A Tip on Using the Dell PowerVault MD1000”
I recently came across a video that I saw a few years back. I don’t know why I never tried to play it before, but this time I looked around online for the game, and gave it a shot.
After buying a refurbished R710 on eBay for my lab, I ran into some issues with the included SAS6i/r. The first issue was that the original card was completely DOA. I had that replaced under warranty, and then the real fun began.
While organizing all of my family’s 31,000+ digital photos, I came across a few pictures of my lab in different configurations. This post is a detail (as much as I can remember) of the evolution of my homelab. Continue reading “Evolution Of My Lab”
My lab has been running pretty stable now for at least a solid year, so naturally it is time to make some changes. I have some new things I want to experiment with that I just don’t have the flexibility for. I have to completely overhaul my rack and everything in it, and I have some points that will hopefully make my compute environment more conducive to my compute goals and planned future experimentation.
Being a sound engineer and DJ, I listen to a lot of music, and I may never have have gotten to where I am now without it. Music has been very important every step of the way for me, and I have developed a rather broad taste for what I prefer.
For five months, the band and I were preparing for this show. We knew it could have been our last together, so we wanted to make it count. Despite all of the planning, the one thing we couldn’t get right was the weather. Continue reading “Delaware Valley High School 2017 Relay For Life”
Despite having a limited amount of time to write for this blog, I am going to try to write at least one to two posts per week. I’ll start with stories form the past, and start writing more about the present when I start running out of things to write about. This is completely new to me, so bear with me as I find my voice and figure out my rhythm. I hope I can figure this out because I know that I have information that may be valuable you some of you, and I want to have a good archive to look back on in a few years. Check back regularly!