So recently i found an easy way to basicly download music from Spotify.
The downloads run in the background while you're listening to Spotify, the tracks you listen are copied to a location on the drive. No user interaction needed besides startup.
Soon more info ...
Today i released an old project of mine which i have rewritten twice in the course of two years.
It is a major part of the code and workings that ran in the background of p/a/rty h/a/rd, a website dedicated to japanese club music which was unexpectedly shutdown.
This weekend i continued working on my SoundCloud project which has made enough progress to almost make it public.
What will happen when you manually run you (outdated) cron jobs after skipping a few days?
A year ago i wrote a php script for my site which basicly processed raw recordings before moving them to the public server. Since the server has been down for a long time i forgot how to call the command and today i found out by using the linux 'history' command. So here's the output of the script.
Some may remember p/a/rty h/a/rd, a small website setup for a small community of people who were interested in Japanese club music (mainly anime related songs). The site received a good amount of visitors and generated a lot of traffic without activly advertising the site, which surprised my at first.
The community was (and still is) made up of great people who till this day still hang out in the regular IRC (1337 h4x0r) channel.
So straight to the point, the site is back online WITHOUT downloads.
If you like to read or you're bored, read on
This is a small project i've written a year ago which allows me and others to easily record ustream sessions without much hassle.
Yu-Go.eu and all my other sites are moving.
Within several days they'll be hosted on one server moved, which'll make managing sites easier for me.
I would like to thank the folks over at Beyond Quality for giving me the option to make use of their services.