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Google announces YouTube Music changes; Google Play Music to stay (for now) | Diverse Tech Geek
For the past year I've been a paid subscriber for Google Music. I pay, because I get two services for ten bucks. Google Music and Youtube Red.

Previously I was a subscriber to Spotify for about the same price. But since Google Music includes Youtube Red, I went over to Google for the extra service.
commented  blogpost  diversetechgeek 
4 days ago
T3: New Audio Transcription App | The Andersen Library Blog
Thank you for posting this! On and off through the years I've been looking for an affordable (preferably free) transcription service. The closest I've gotten was Google Voice's transcription of voicemails. That caps off somewhere around two minutes. I would break up podcasts into two-minute segments and send them off to Google Voice.

I will gladly try Otter Voice.
commented  blogpost  uww 
13 days ago
Spudart.org is back to a semi-regular frequency of blog posts - Spudart
These numbers do not include what I’m writing on my other blog, mattmaldre.com
commented  blogpost  spudart 
15 days ago
The Ramblings of a Chicagoan: Podcasts You Listen To
Podcasts on cassette! They run about 50 cents to a dollar these days. The vinyl, that would be crazy. Back when I originally read this blog post, I did some quick research and found a place that will make one record for $99.

Also, you reminded me. I need to blog two things.
1. Downcast vs. iTunes.
2. The 39 podcasts I listen to.

So far, I'm digging Downcast. I haven't gone back to iTunes, nor have I missed it at all.
commented  blogpost  ramblingsofachicagoan 
15 days ago
How to cut the noise out of Facebook (use a friends list sorted by most recent) - Matt Maldre
I guarantee you if you use this method, when you revisit the actual homepage of Facebook you'll be shocked at how inefficient and noisy it is. You'll never want to see the homepage ever again. Your Facebook list will become your Facebook regular bookmark.
mattmaldre  commented  blogpost 
15 days ago
Chicago Spire redevelopment plan gets debut date - Curbed Chicago
I’m hoping for an eight-tentacle structure to crawl out of the hole. Each of the tentacles could serve a different public purpose. We’ll call it the Chicago Octopus.
commented  blogpost  curbed 
16 days ago
The discovery metadata field - Matt Maldre
By the way, my curiosity about J.E. Luebering's tweet might be solved, in a way. The tweet goes to <a href="http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/material-inspiration/">an interview about how an artist slices up discarded encyclopedias</a>. Luebering is the editorial director of Encyclopedia Britannica. Most likely he has a Google Alert for Encyclopedia Britannica being mentioned. Or someone in the office shared the article internally.
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
16 days ago
Is Yahoo Directory still worth it? – Charles Neville
A Yahoo Directory listing costs $299 a year? Wow. I thought their editors just added stuff. I didn't know you could pay them to specifically put a site into the directory. That's just incredible to pay $299. Even back in 2010 or 2005.

Although, I do miss the Yahoo Directory today.
commented  blogpost  charlesneville 
19 days ago
How to manage older blog posts | Diverse Tech Geek
I love having an archive of my old posts. I don't delete any of them. However, sometimes I go back and fix some grammar issues. I started blogging in 2001, when lower case was all the rage. So many of my blog posts have capitalization issues.

And they also suffer from extremely low-resolution images. In some cases, the images are a mere 75x75 pixels!

It's a slow cause changing them out. Initially, I was using a Wordpress plugin "Years Ago Today" that emails me links to all my blog posts from that particular day. e.g. I would go to all my blog posts made on May 4th through the years, and give them an edit.
commented  blogpost  diversetechgeek 
19 days ago
Start of summer 2018 in Chicago - Spudart
Yeah! It’s incredible how the bridge weighs so much yet needs only a tiny motor to operate it. In one of the bridge towers of the Michigan Avenue bridge is the McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum. They had a free open house one day, so I went for a tour. The guide said it takes only the power of a lawn mower to open and close the bridge.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
19 days ago
Victorville, CA: Tumbling like a tumbling tumbleweed | urban plant research
Tumbleweed invasion! The closest we get in Chicago is dandelion seed piles that are maybe an inch-tall.
commented  blogpost  urbanplants 
22 days ago
The first tulips are now blossoming in downtown Chicago! - Spudart
For now the plan is that we move out of the Tribune Tower in June this year.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
22 days ago
Three things not to do when asking for money - Spudart
The five-year Xanga memberships are starting to expire after June this year. I wonder how they are doing.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
23 days ago
Which Wikipedia account should I use? - Spudart
Apparently my official Wikipedia username for mattmaldre is not mattmaldre, but Mattmaldre. Yup, only the first letter capped. That’s weird. It’s not even a normal MattMaldre.

Mattmaldre makes it feel like my real life first name is Mattmaldre. Given that odd capitalization, I’ll go with Spudart as my username on Wikipedia.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
23 days ago
Search for duck puns on duckduckgo - Spudart
And somewhat related story about geese this morning. (being kinda related to ducks).

Today I watched two geese swim towards each other in the Chicago River. Each were squawking at each other while they got closer. I stopped to watch them, anticipating a fight.

Once they got together, they simply turned, and swam towards the shore. One immediately hoped onto the edge. The other stayed in the water a bit, and used his/her head to pour water onto its back.

And then it finally hopped onto the shore, and shook off all the water. It’s rather amazing to see a goose go from swimming in the water, to hopping up on the edge of a riverbank. The edge was probably about three feet higher than the water. The do a mini flight.But that their wings can get them to hop up out of the water and onto the shore. I don’t understand how they can do that.
commented  spudart  blogpost 
26 days ago
Trompe l'oeil: Not Just for April Fools | The Art Institute of Chicago
I would love to see Charles-Antoine Coypel’s "Portrait of Philippe Coypel and His Wife" installed in a window at the Art Institute facing outside. so people walking by the Art Institute, are like, WHAT THE!
commented  blogpost  artic 
5 weeks ago
New Stuff Tuesday – April 17, 2018 | The Andersen Library Blog
Suga, sweet! I'm going to subscribe to Manoush Zomorodi's "Note to Self" podcasts. I like to intentionally zone out on the train for this exact reason. We bury our faces in phones all too much.
commented  blogpost  uww  library  carol 
5 weeks ago
New Libraries Join I-Share | Ames Library News
Welcome aboard, Abe, Spertus, Moody, and McHenry! I'm glad to see that my alma mater Illinois Wesleyan University has been a member since 1984. w00t!
commented  blogpost  iwu  library 
5 weeks ago
I miss talking about architecture... — julie dunne design
I feel the same way about art. I very much having the always-available group of people to talk about art anytime, for any length of time. I even run an alumni art group to help facilitate some sort of conversation--even if online. Now we have like & heart buttons. Alas.

In your post here you say, "Out here in suburbia, though, I see so many opportunities to welcome the landscape into our residential designs, and it seems not many people are interested." Yes, unfortunately there are a great many not interested. However, I bet there are many people who simply don't really know what that means. Or how to implement that in their house. I'm a recent home owner (as of last year) in Chicago's suburbia. And I don't know how I would really welcome the landscape into my residential design. And, I'm a graphic designer. Yipes! But really. The nuts and bolts of how to do this with an existing house. Where do I start? What can I do on my little plot of land?

(by the way, I found your blog via your Instagram post)
commented  blogpost  juliedunnedesign 
5 weeks ago
Fitting Forty: Re-Born! – CAM Fitting Forty and Beyond
When I read this back in January, it really inspired me. And this continues to inspire me today. I never really thought about how we often choose death in our every day lives. And we don't have to choose death! We can choose life!
commented  blogpost  camglamming 
5 weeks ago
Blog revision updates (April 2018) | Diverse Tech Geek
Wow! You were manually updating the most popular posts every week? I'm glad you got a plug-in to do that for you.
commented  blogpost  diversetechgeek 
6 weeks ago
Making your to-do list fun with silly ideas - Spudart
I couldn't quite decipher all the words it says something like, "Have a _____ day" His cape is indeed very sharp. I like the pen cap as a hat. (Or maybe the pen cap makes him a unicorn)
commented  blogpost  spudart 
6 weeks ago
The Progressive Scorekeeper: Your 2018 Rule Changes Bulletin - Scorekeepers Union
Ahhh, good point on the mound visits. I should start noting them somehow in my scorecards. Maybe with a word bubble. Inside the word bubble will the be the sequence number of that mound visit.
commented  blogpost  scorekeepersunion 
6 weeks ago
Every Business Has a Company Culture: Here's How to Make it Great - Mavidea Blog
I love the insight behind how Mavidea runs. I've been following this blog on and off for awhile (I graduated a year after Erik Barnlund at IWU). This is my favorite blog post so far. The flair is a fun and unique idea that I haven't seen from another company yet.

I would love to see more examples of what the weekly goals are. Since they are weekly, I would imagine they are client project related. Or are they more development goals? Perhaps taking a class. Or learning a new technique. I would so love to learn more about how Mavidea sets these weekly goals.
commented  blogpost  mavidea  Jake  Davis 
7 weeks ago
Hear the Wisconsin poet laureate | The Andersen Library Blog
Oh wow! It's National Poetry Month! Today I just happened to ask the question on Facebook, "How do you tell when poetry is good or bad?" That was good timing! I'm looking forward to this Poem-In-Your-Pocket Day (April 26). I'll keep some poems in my pocket. And then WHAM-BAM! I'll have instant poem majesty. On that day of April 26th, when someone says something to me, WHAM-BAM! I'll take a poem out of my pocket and recite some fine lines of poetry. It won't matter if these lines are out of context. You know why? Because, it's poetry, man!
commented  blogpost  uww  barbara 
7 weeks ago
A New Design for the Alsdorf Galleries | The Art Institute of Chicago
Remember when this space displayed the armor collection of George F. Harding Jr.? Known back then as Gunsaulus Hall (before the Renzo Piano renovation). Perhaps we can throw in some of the 56-pound Italian armor from the early 1600s. Or the 35-pounder Polish half armor. They could stand guard at the walls telling people to slow down and meditate on the Buddha.
commented  blogpost  artic  Katy  Rose  O  Elizabeth  D 
7 weeks ago
The classic sad tale about social media API. - Matt Maldre
That image in my blog post is a screenshot of what Instagram CURRENTLY has on their developer site as of right now. Here is Instagram totally screwing over developers by limiting their API calls. And they dare to have this promotion welcoming new developers to their service? Hard to make a "high-quality" app when you can't even make a decent amount of API calls to their service.
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
7 weeks ago
All 2,320 Facebook Pages that I have ever liked - Spudart
People easily follow 2,000 or 3,000 twitter accounts. So liking 2,320 Facebook Pages shouldn't be that strange, right? Yet it feels odd.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
7 weeks ago
Poll: Why Do You Subscribe to Email Newsletters?
I like it when a newsletter rounds up all the content from the past week. That way, I only have one thing to check every week, rather than visiting the site multiple times. PLUS, I never have to see the same content twice. I read the newsletter once. Then when I'm done, I'm done. No more repeats.
commented  blogpost  discus 
7 weeks ago
Spring in the Museum | The Art Institute of Chicago
Zorach’s "Landscape (recto)" reminds me of another painting at the Art Institute: Georges Braque's "Landscape at L'Estaque" (in Gallery 391A)
http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/119521
commented  blogpost  artic 
7 weeks ago
Hawkeye 004 | Iowa City, IA. 29 October, 2017. | David Harmantas | Flickr
About ten years ago I collected a bunch of ginkgo leaves and put them into a couple books to press the leaves. Every now and then I pick up a book, and one of these bright yellow leaves comes out. Simple delights.
8 weeks ago
Desk Space // Head Space – Stepping Back
I also have a nice heavy real-wood desk. I would take a photo of it, but I've got too much stuff on it now. :)
8 weeks ago
Voting helps you feel connected in your new neighborhood - Spudart
I almost didn't get a chance to vote! The polling place asked to see my drivers license. They gave me a little bit of grief for having my old address on my drivers license. Even though I am registered to vote at my new address. Technically, I believe it's not required to show my ID in the first place--if I'm registered at my current address--which I am. The woman at the counter got confused.

I felt like I was going to get kicked out. While waiting for the approval to vote, the thought did run through my head that I don't belong here.

Thankfully, they let me vote. And they let me feel like I belong.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
9 weeks ago
Something Between Want and Desire: A Book I Must Own
Wow! This Mysterious Letters project is amazing! That is some amazing dedication to write so many custom letters to everyone. What a wonderful idea to write them to every single person in one town, and mail them all at the same time!
commented  blogpost  jacindarussellart 
9 weeks ago
Toys R Us is shutting down | Diverse Tech Geek
Huh, Target is pretty low compared to the top three. Most of my toy shopping is done at Target. Although I'm very sad for Toys R Us closing. As a kid, and to this day as an adult, I love going to Toys R Us. Being completely surrounded by aisles of toys. I love it... er... I loved it.
commented  blogpost  diversetechgeek 
9 weeks ago
Kirk Vuillemot, the Art Institute's framemaker - Spudart
Makes you wonder if you are a frame creator, what sort of frames would you have at home? Or maybe it's one of those things where you do it so much at work, you don't want to see work-related stuff at home.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
9 weeks ago
Youtube kicked me out of their partner program - Spudart
I wonder if this whole Youtube-kicking-people-out-of-their-partner-platform will actually make it easier to make money on Youtube. Less competition.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
9 weeks ago
The Long Winter - Scorekeepers Union
I love hearing the story of your sun with the baseball season. My daughter was born three weeks into the Cubs championship season in 2016. When the Cubs were in the World Series, I did a series of scorecards for Chicago Magazine.
https://www.57hits.com/game-7-scorecard-2016-world-series

Every scorecard featured a drawing of my six-month-old daughter in the corner. Just thinking about how that worked out gives me chills. :)

I would be happy to contribute in anyway to Scorekeepers Union. I do some crazy scorecards.
commented  blogpost  scorekeepersunion 
10 weeks ago
Two minutes on Dominican flag from a Walgreens window - Spudart
This Walgreens is across the street from where I work at the Tribune Tower. Coming to this part of the second floor is one of the places that makes me happy.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
10 weeks ago
My social network usage (Spring 2018) | Diverse Tech Geek
Nice to hear an update on your social media usage across channels. I've started blogging more, with the general goal of getting myself to appreciate life more. Blogging helps me to view things more constructively. Another reason why I blog is for the comments. I love comments. With that, I've given into Facebook, and have started to post excerpts of my blog posts directly on my Facebook profile. (Not my Facebook Page, because of Facebook's dialing-down on Pages). So far I've gotten a good amount of comments on Facebook for these posts. It makes me feel like what I'm writing is appreciated.
commented  blogpost  diversetechgeek 
10 weeks ago
Podcasts of things I've listened to or want to listen to
The iTunes podcast feature has been so buggy for me, I've been looking for a new podcast routine. I'll give Hufferduffer combined with feedly. I'll subscribe to all my favorite podcasts via feedly. Then every couple days, I'll go through feedly and select which podcasts I want to add to Hufferduffer--which then will populate my phone with audio with the Downcast app.
commented  blogpost  boffosocko 
10 weeks ago
Organizing my research related reading
I was curious where you drafted your blog posts, so I searched your site for “drafts”, and came across this wonderful post. I’m saving this to my Instapaper for further reading. Lots of great workflows here!

(You are also slowly turning me on to Webmention–I still need to install and try it out). I have a feeling you will be revolutionizing how I use my websites.
commented  blogpost  boffosocko 
10 weeks ago
The Ramblings of a Chicagoan: Happy National Cereal Day
Oh man, I don't even know how you were able to rank the cereals. Your list inspired me to write my own. I'll be posted on my site in a about a week--the wait is to hype the drama--or that I'm too busy using my bare hands to stuff my face with cereal
ramblingsofachicagoan  commented  blogpost 
10 weeks ago
Meet the Staff: Kirk Vuillemot | The Art Institute of Chicago
What wonderful insights by Kirk Vuillemot. I'd love to read an entire book by him talking about various frame treatments. Would it be possible for Kirk to give a gallery tour, talking about frames in the Art Institute's collection?
commented  blogpost  artic 
11 weeks ago
The Mona Lisa transition on Google Images - Spudart
FYI, I was looking up Mona Lisa images for an art project I'm working on that involves SHA256 hash algorithms.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
11 weeks ago
Google suggests Mister Rogers to me - Spudart
I'm looking forward to this movie, however I'm not sure how Tom Hanks will be as Mister Rogers.

One thing I am very glad for is Mister Rogers episodes on Youtube! :)
commented  blogpost  spudart 
11 weeks ago
Blogging more helps me appreciate things in life - Matt Maldre
My lede on this post is really bad. I start by talking about Wordpress desktop applications. When the post is really about the spirit of blogging. The desktop app is just a means to the bigger point. Ah well. Such as the spirit of posting quickly. :)
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
11 weeks ago
A Database for the Birds | Ames Library News
Can IWU alumni have access to this wonderful bird database?
commented  blogpost  iwu  ames  ameslibrary 
11 weeks ago
The Ramblings of a Chicagoan: Making a List
1. Oh yes, I keep a paper notepad to write down ideas and diary entries. Every time at lunch, I try to write at least something. It doesn't have to be a lot. Even just a few lines.

2. You might find the flip phone more annoying in our current era. But who knows? Give it a try!

5/6. Yeah, it certainly seems like Star Trek had a lot more attention in the late 80s and 90s. Especially with tv series like Star Trek New Generation. And now Star Wars is getting all the attention. Part of that attention to Star Wars might be due to the long time where Star Wars pretty much fell off the map. When Star Wars started to come back, it had people a lot more excited, because of that draught.

7. I'm listening to Ghostbusters II now too. Oh man. Bobby Brown. His 1988 album "Don't Be Cruel" was one of the first CDs I ever owned! Man. I can even remember unwrapping it during Christmas that year. Back then CDs came boxed in really long packages, so they could sit inside the old record LP cases.

8/9. Where would you want your essay to be published?

10. Yes. More blog posts in this style. I will take blog posts of any style!
commented  blogpost  ramblingsofachicagoan 
february 2018
A report on trees | urban plant research
The winters are long. Awaiting the days when green plants sprout from sidewalk cracks. (excuse the off-topic comment, but I had to express my yearning somewhere!)
commented  blogpost  urbanplants 
february 2018
Breadth vs. Depth – Chris Thilk
This makes me feel better about being a generalist. I often yearn to dive really deep into one area, to really master it, and have the sense of accomplishment. But your post here excellently explains the value of being a generalist.
commented  blogpost  christhilk 
february 2018
Ames Student Art Award | Ames Library News
Congratulations to Justice Macklin!

I'm glad to see this award continuing onward. I went to IWU when they first created this award in 1996. :)
commented  blogpost  iwu  ameslibrary 
february 2018
How to block Twitter trolls in bulk | Diverse Tech Geek
This is a drastic scorched-earth tactic! You could end up with more blocked people than people you are following. I wish there was a free service that would point out all the fake people that are following me. I'd like to block those folks.
commented  blogpost  diversetechgeek 
february 2018
Evernote for College | The Andersen Library Blog
As an Evernote user since 2009, I highly recommend this note app. I especially love the ability to search for the text within PDFs and images. I regularly save all my screenshots in Evernote. It often comes in handy when I need to find something.
commented  blogpost  uww 
february 2018
Narrative Service subscription signup
How are things going? This blog post is from April 3, 2017. This is your most recent blog post, so we haven't heard any updates from you in ten months. This is a bit concerning given your company's history of a near shutdown. We'd love to see more blog posts from your company to know you are still alive and running.

I know my Narrative Clip (v1) still works. I love using it to this day. Please let us know you, as a company, are still working.
commented  blogpost  getnarrative 
january 2018
The Hot Iron - The Secret Life Of Old iPhones
My poor little iPhone 5s isn't available for the battery upgrade. Apple apparently forgot about this model, but that means they aren't throttling the battery of it, either.

But I wouldn't mind paying the $30 to get a new battery. That's a nice deal. I'm glad you were able to cash in on this.
commented  blogpost  thehotiron 
january 2018
The history of the State of Union ticket design - Spudart
I found out that Reddit has no subreddit for this blog post about the history of State of the Union tickets. It falls into a weird niche.
* On the r/politics, they don't accept links from non-whitelisted sites (I know this, because I submitted my link, and it got rejected because spudart.or is not on their whitelist.)
* On the r/design, they don't allow posts involving politics.

I've run into the same dilemma with blog posts about art. There is no subreddit for art articles. the r/art wants only image posts.
commented  blogpost  spudart 
january 2018
Two Party Opera by Brian Carroll | Read Comic Strips at GoComics.com
At first I thought the livestream thing was just a joke. And then I saw it’s real in the news! Trump wants people to pay him $35 to have their name appear in his SOTU livestream. Do you think they are screening the names. Maybe Lee V. Mediately should make a donation.
commented  blogpost  gocomics  twopartyopera 
january 2018
Goodbye, Riverside Shed; Hello 51-Story Skyscraper :: Chicago Architecture
Walking eastbound across the Randolph Street bridge, I've always enjoyed peering into the windows of cubicle land.
commented  blogpost  chicagoarchitecture 
january 2018
Massive New Michigan Ave Tower Uncovered and What It Might Look Like :: Chicago Architecture
I like to call these "Chimney towers" or "Smokestacks". Here's hoping that the one in Chicago will have a regular plume of smoke coming out the top. I remember the day when the smoke from Howells & Hood was redirected inside the building. It smelled like hamburger all day long. Perhaps Trib Two can become one giant hamburger tower.
commented  blogpost  chicagoarchitecture 
january 2018
Keeping Score – Our Game
This is inspiring me to make a “scorecard stick” for each of the games of the 2016 World Series. How cool would that be? To have a real physical stick for every game with notches in it. Alongside the notches would be illustrations of the significant events in each game.
commented  blogpost  ourgame  john  thorn 
january 2018
2017-18 Panini Status Basketball Checklist, Team Set Lists, Release Date
deez! You hit the nail on the head! I was trying to remember the card series that these looked like. 1990-91 Skybox. Oh man.
commented  blogpost  beckett  Ryan  Cracknell 
january 2018
Google’s Bulletin Serves No One But Google – Chris Thilk
Another Google product that will die within a couple years. Nice try, Google. Actually, not even "nice try"... more like "bad try." Perhaps Google should make a good try--oh I know. Perhaps Google can bring back Google Reader and allow people to actually control what sources they see, how often they see it, and mark things as read, so we don't see the same articles repeat over and over. Wow. You think readers would like to have that in this age of Twitter and Facebook controlling our feed?
commented  blogpost  christhilk 
january 2018
Benefits of having a dinosaur phone - Matt Maldre
The photograph in this blog post is my iPhone laying on our living room floor.
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
january 2018
32-bit apps that won't work on Mac OS 10.14 - Matt Maldre
Most (if not all) the apps in this list are pretty obscure. Nothing totally major. Microsoft Office is big, but they already have a 64-bit suite available. Apple made their announcement in June last year, so the big-time development companies have had some time to get their apps updated.
commented  blogpost  mattmaldre 
january 2018
The Ramblings of a Chicagoan: Podcasting Update
All three of these changes are excellent! I can't wait to listen to your next podcast episodes.
commented  blogpost  ramblingsofachicagoan 
january 2018
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