One of these days, I'm going to gather together all the right words *and then I will put all those words in the correct order* and that combination will result in a perfect summary of what this website is.
It'll be like one of those proper 'About Us' sections—the kind you'd find on one of those "financially sustainable" sites—complete with effortless prose explaining how things "work" and why one bothers and what it all means, man.
But today is not one of these days.
Instead, press play on the High Fidelity scene below:
While you're watching, notice the moments when your antenna starts picking up on any Nice Warm Tingly™ frequencies. Why? Because it is somewhere in the those moments that you can find an unspoken understanding of what this little corner of internet has always been about.
Or, at least, whenever I've tried to cobble together a mission statement that goes into more detail, at some point I always end up staring at the writing on screen and thinking, "Shit, this has gotten way too convoluted and it's obvious you haven't fully figured this out —delete alt delete and just put that High Fidelity clip back up."
As you can see, the latest re-write attempt went no different.
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I will return throughout this website rebuild to take further cracks at making this About section a lot more helpful and informative and more "About Us-ish"…
…but for the next little while, it's probably best to just think of this site as a giant puzzle that only has the outside edges put together. It feels incomplete because it is incomplete.
To make matters worse, I don't have the puzzle box on my person, so I can't refer to the cover to see how the whole thing is supposed to look. I have to rely on this fuzzy memory I have of seeing the puzzle box once before—either in a thrift store or a rundown dream. I can't be sure; it was all so long ago.
If you have any questions or comments about anything, you can holler them on the socials or fire them thru space & time on the email.
Or, better yet, you could just have a poke around and see if you can't discover something worth clicking on. Because, in the end, isn't that what it's all about?
Jeremy // @HI54LOFI