Latest Posts from Nick McHardy
Welcome to my blog, where I cover tech, games and whatever else that’s interesting in the universe like vinyl, fusion jazz and side projects.
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📅 Posted 2021-04-06
(8 minute read)
I was chatting at a recent family gathering about some of the great content on YouTube - to the point where I’ve practically given up on regular “TV” (streaming or broadcast) and go seeking for other interesting content from outside of the ‘regular’ media fold.
This is nothing new of course, but I figured it would be good to share some of my picks including why I turn to these creators.
📅 Posted 2021-03-04
(10 minute read)
Today’s post is a deep-dive into the late Robert Miles, a driving force in the formation of dream house and someone whose music I’ve spent far too much time listening to over the years! This blog is part-tribute and part-analysis. The best kind of blog. Plug in some headphones.
Firstly, some fast facts:
His original name was Roberto Concina and he was born in Switzerland. He was born on 3 November 1969 and died on 9 May 2017 at the age of 47.
📅 Posted 2021-02-02
(5 minute read)
Probably the closest editor which is similar (but not identical) is https://simplemde.com/
I guess you could say this is not a real blog entry.
Here’s an emoji: 😊
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📅 Posted 2021-01-22
(17 minute read)
This post was inspired by one of my mates, Boyter and his post about intern interview questions. Thanks for letting me answer your list of questions! I was fascinated with both the questions and his answers and figured I could have a shot at answering these myself to see where we get to.
I met Boyter when we had a bit of a LAN party group going during high school because of mutual friends, so this would’ve been in the late 90’s.
📅 Posted 2021-01-13
(12 minute read)
I was reading this article in The New Yorker the other day and I suddenly felt inspired to write my own reflection.
The article of course pulls strongly on the nostalgia strings.
But it’s also a story of leadership, too, and I’m in that era of my career/life where suddenly that’s actually really interesting.
It’s 11pm. The room I’m in is a toasty 25’C. I’ve got some beats playing on headphones by Mitch Murder and I’m sipping ground black sesame and honey in hot milk.
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