When I first made this website (in January 2020), I was running away from social media and wanted this to be a place where I could post without sending out notifications to anybody, so I disabled the brutalmoose.com RSS feed.
Well, I’m currently trying to un-hide myself after my long hibernation, and in the spirit of letting people actually follow what I’m doing I’ve re-enabled the RSS Feed! So if you’re a grandpa or grandma who still uses RSS technology, you can now follow my site for new post notifications! Isn’t that neat?
This is an idea I’ve had for a while and I’m slowly rolling it out! The BrutalMoose Broadcast System now has an official phone number and voice mailbox. Give it a call and you can leave me a voice message, like it’s the 90’s again! I’m hoping to get some interesting messages, questions, or ideas that I can make video responses to, but you can also just call and say hey if you want!
1-800-808-IAN8 (or 1-800-808-4268)
I’ll Tweet/Stream this info eventually, but I want to test it out on just my website right now until I’m sure that it works. Then it can go out to the masses.
I’ve been so excited about these new bumpers that I commissioned from my friend @NickolaiBoulton, and now I can finally show them off. These should start showing up in my streams and at the end of my videos. There’s both a widescreen and fullscreen variant, and I think both of them look pretty slick. Hope you like them!
i just watched my boyfriend play through Kings Quest VI, and one of the songs from the OST will just not get out of my head.
i can’t stop listening to it.
it’s a short, simple, somber song, and the fact that it was hard to track down and seems to be all but forgotten to time got me thinking about how creative works can fall out of being relevant so quickly. i hope there’s always going to be people who like to dig around for the obscure stuff.
anyway, i just had to bring at least a little attention back to this haunting tune.