Well, I’m coming back to this site. For the past little while, I’ve been writing at this self-hosted site: www.NotJustSeattle.com. As I’m getting out of the web-hosting business, I’m planning to bring everything back here. Additionally, I love the WordPress community that this site has.
I”ll be bring everything from that site over here over the next few weeks. I’m proud of all that work, and want it to remain vibrant and active.
If you haven’t been keeping up with me at one of my other sites, I’m now working for a construction company. It’s a dramatic shift from my work with C&K Real Estate, and, both exciting and intimidating as heck. I’ll write more about that soon.
Please connect with me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. It’s fantastic to hear from everyone! I’m looking forward to growing things here.
Another thing that makes me *heart* the internet: music. The ability to connect, on myriad levels, with a huge variety of artists just delights me.
Today I started exploring both Reverbnation and SoundCloud. They seem like great ways to dive deeper into lesser-covered music. One of my hipster-eque traits: I love to be able to say “I knew that band back before they were famous”. Just need to get paid for such.
I like both sites pretty well, though they’re pretty different. I spent more time at ReverbNation, but mostly to explore a friend’s band (check out Verdant Mile). SoundCloud hosts one of my favorite podcasts, Story Collider. Having the larger library of content is particularly delightful to me. I’ll need a deeper dive, though, until I really can form an opion.
Any of you use either of these much? Love them? Hate them? Know of another site that’s way better? Let me know!