Oh, the Places I Go ...

So there was a time when I was on every site imaginable, and these pages where collective feeds of everything I was putting out on those site. As you can imagine, it was exhausting, not at all productive, and horribly inefficient. As of 2020, I'm pretty much abandoning social media and concentrating on increasing my creative output (music, writing, podcasting, audio experiments, side software projects). While these ten or so remaining accounts below remain open -- as I haven't found any suitable replacements -- don't expect to see much output from me there. I get on Facebook once a week at most; for the past three years, Twitter has only been a automated feed of quips, one-liners, and neat articles I've found courtesy of buffer.com; the rest are more just profiles where I really can't stop people if they want to follow me, and not so much "social" sites. Point being, I generally don't follow people back anymore unless I know them or they seem really interesting. Frankly, if you want to interact with me, drop me an email or send me a Twitter DM ... maybe call or text ... that would be novel.



On the other hand, I -- or someone on staff around here -- do keep up on Indy In-Tune stuff on those social media accounts, so you can always friend Indy In-tune and I'll more-than-likely follow you back, unless you seem really boring or like you're trying to sell me something. Basically these I'm just whoring out for marketing and promotion purposes.



Important Stuff You Probably Need to Know a Bit About Perhaps ...

You know, stuff you need to know, because you don't keep in touch with me as often as you should ...

Indy In-Tune is your one-stop source for all things related to the Indianapolis Music Scene -- news, events, podcasts, artist and fan resoruces, and home to Indianapolis' #1 streaming music station, broadcasting live, 24/7 from beautiful Studio B.

My somewhat impersonal blog featuring the latest in brain regurgitations. Basically it's a collection of semi-witty ruminations on comic books, music, gadgets, artificial intelligence, the technological singularity, cyberculture, and serial on-line dating.

I'm quite fond of my day job, but if you're in a position to offer me a radio DJ spot with a mid-six-figure salary someplace with palm trees and beaches, or you've got a sexy side project requiring my extensive knowledge of dead programming languages, I'm free for coffee.