realjame: Always under construction, never working, always sleeping...


This is My website, and has a little bit of content at the moment.

I'm a programmer, supposedly.

Here, you'll find 3 separate blogs: a standard blog, devlogs - project updates (currently inactive), and "daily notes" - brief, frequent writing about stuff I've learned.

It's mainly informative content, but I want it to be personal. I wish to write about the things I enjoy in a way that'll make other people appreciate them.

This website is always slowly expanding. You can subscribe to the RSS feed and find me on social media to stay up to date.

Thanks! - james

🔗🎞️ Cheesy Hfj: 'i am frustrated'

I am frustrated about being frustrated about this many things.

I'm frustrated about how many days I've spent feeling frustrated. I could have spent that time talking with my good friend, or taking a walk through neighborhood, or creating pieces of stunning, incredible art.

While thinking of all the reasons that make me frustrated, I started to get frustrated... funny how that stuff works out.

Reflecting on 2023

Since 2023 is over in a few days, I want to recap what happened in 2023.

🔗 Livakivi, a cool and motivating YouTube channel

Hey, check out Livakivi on YouTube.

Website snowstorm effect

For the holidays, I added a simple snowing effect.

I'm joining Bookwyrm 📖

I said I've been getting back into reading books. Now I'm on Bookwyrm, so you can keep up with what I'm reading, because I keep being lazy about writing posts for them. 🙏


Hope it was a good one. I know mine was. ❤️

Reading this month

I've been reading a bit every day this month, so I'll be blogging each week about the books. I'll say more in the first week's article, but I try to find books I've never heard of and seem interesting when I'm at the library.

Wanna cut down on phone usage? Try a smartwatch!

Buy an expensive companion for your phone, and that'll lead you to use your phone less? It sounds like an oxymoron. But after over a month of using my Google Pixel Watch, it seems to be true!

Will people glorify the current internet in 20 years?

For the last few years, there's been low-stakes movements to rediscover the aesthetics and values that composed of the Web 1.0 era internet - that is, from the 90s to the early/mid 2000s. Razorback Get a website - Say no to Web3 - Keep the web free sizeof(cat) - Search - The web is yours Dreamcast ashiecorner zencorner Cadence Now! The Old Net