Month: August 2018

Saving Marshall

The first guitar tube amp I ever purchased was a Marshall JCM 800 head and 4×12 cab. I was taking my first guitar lessons from a classmate of my dad’s, and my instructor had just bought a second JCM 800, an extremely limited release (600 total) Zakk Wylde JCM 800. I imagine it was a […]

Google Sheets Blogging CMS, part 2

This is the second post in a three part series on using Google Sheets as the database for  a blogging CMS. In this post, I’ll walk you through the Google Sheet itself and the Google scripts (their version of js) that drive it. In the first post, I explained the motivations for building the system. In […]

Google Sheets Blogging CMS, part 1

This is the first post in a three part series on using Google Sheets as the database for  a blogging CMS. In this post, I’ll explain the motivations for building the system. In the second post, I’ll walk you through the Google Sheet itself and the Google scripts (their version of js) that drive it. […]

Resurrecting Now and the Next

In 2012, I built a simple one-page website for an event that was being held on campus. I was just getting my WordPress designer sea legs under me, and was pretty enthralled with the idea of the “one-pager.” The title for the event was “The Now and the Next” and it was about engaging early […]
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