Joe Cieplinski

Today on my big blog, I find a workaround to a pesky SwiftUI limitation that just might make it possible to ship the RECaf watch update I want to in a few weeks.

joecieplinski.com/blog/2019…

On @theweeklylisten this week, I dive into Emm Gryner’s Phone Call 45.

The Weekly Listen #14

Black and White flip flops on the sand, ocen in the background.

Paw prints in the sand.

This week, I revisit one of my “desert island” albums with Pat Metheny’s track Finding and Believing. 🎵🎙

www.theweeklylisten.com/2019/08/2…

Closeup of a bee pollenating a flower.

Today I cover Better Than Ezra’s King of New Orleans on @theWeeklyListen. 🎵🎙

www.theweeklylisten.com/2019/08/1…

Okay, this SwiftUI stuff is kinda fun. The tools are buggy as can be, but the end result is pretty cool.

A little late to the game, but the new Aristocrats album is wonderful. So much musical insanity going on. 🎵

Today’s episode of @theWeeklyListen features my favorite song by The Police: Synchronicity II.

www.theweeklylisten.com/2019/08/0…

Relaxation. @macgenie

Black and white park bench.

Movement. @macgenie

Subway moving in front of stairway guardrail.

Patience. @macgenie

Don't Walk Traffic signal.

Looking upward at a large skyscraper, black and white.

Round open doors button.

Today on @theWeeklyListen, I talk about Rush (finally).

The Weekly Listen Episode 10

Painted, faded crosswalk lines on a city street.

Close-up black and white tree trunk with many branches.

White flowers amongst green blades of grass.

Yellow street light before a foggy, grey blue sky, with tree, at dusk.

Black and white agave plant.

New on @theWeeklyListen: First Regret/ Three Years Older. The opening track from Steven Wilson’s epic 2015 concept album, Hand. Cannot. Erase.

The Weekly Listen Episode 9

New on @theWeeklyListen, Steven Wilson’s Epic First Regret / Three Years Older. The opening track from Wilson’s masterpiece concept album from 2015.

The Weekly Listen Episode 9

Looking up at a blue San Francisco sky with the Sales Force tower and another skyscraper. Tree on the left foreground.

Close up of bicycle gears and sprockets from a sculpture.