iNOTES 001

I am getting a cold. We get off the phone and you say you're on you're way to pick me up. I gargle salt water to clear the toxins from taking over my throat. I throw on a turtle neck to kept my body from freezing over. I wait.

The sky and clouds are crazy. I go to 7-11 to buy tissues for my leaky nose. I call you to check your status cause you were taking awhile to come. You didn't realize I was waiting. You come right away.

We meet up and decide we should both go chase the clouds from a beautiful point. You thought of it in the silence and as I thought of it out loud. Our thoughts were synchronized. we both agreed. As We drive and you ask me what I pictured when I thought of a place, I pointed east. You take the 805 north to the 52 east.

Right away, we both see a flock of birds past through the sky. Amazed we both stared in awe. Soon after that, we were greeted by half a rainbow. As we kept going, the other side of the rainbow revealed itself. It like a page out of a children's book. Colorful and vibrant. As we move through the rainbow, You can see how translucent the ends of the rainbows are. Automatically I was drawn towards the ends of the rainbow by the saying, "you'll find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow". What I saw was not solid but  part of the mass color spectrum. It moved with us. As if it was a reflection of us and slowly faded away as we passed through.

It got to the part of the drive where we rolled through the green hills of the 52 east. James blake's "The colour in anything" is the soundtrack to this drive. It was magical. The feeling at that moment was beyond description. I can only describe it as a scene from a movie. Because that's what we can relate it to. when it's so unbelievable and unreal. But you've seen and experienced it with your own eyes. It can only happen in a movie right?

These back hills connect clairemont and bostania together. We arrive at the end point where the industrial yards and houses intertwine with nature. The trip was coming to an end. I start drifting off to sleep as you guide us into the next phase. And James Blake, how did you know ☄✨




The medulla oblongata (or medulla) is located in the brainstem, anterior and partially inferior to the cerebellum. It is a cone-shaped neuronal mass responsible for autonomic (involuntary) functions ranging from vomiting to sneezing. The medulla contains the cardiac, respiratory, vomiting and vasomotor centers and therefore deals with the autonomic functions of breathing, heart rate and blood pressure.

During embryonic development the medulla oblongata develops from the myelencephalon. The mylencephalon is a secondary vesicle which forms during the maturation of the rhombencephalon, also referred to as the hindbrain.

The bulb is an archaic term for the medulla oblongata and in modern clinical usage the word bulbar (as in bulbar palsy) is retained for terms that relate to the medulla oblongata, particularly in reference to medical conditions. The word bulbar can refer to the nerves and tracts connected to the medulla, and also by association to those muscles innervated, such as those of the tongue, pharynx and larynx.


in continuation of sharing things I've been looking at / me just talking to myself and having a place I can go back to reference things... :)

I've been researching at different mechanical keyboards. I switched to apple mac computer since the doom of my dell pc many years ago. I've been doing accounting and bookkeeping so that forced me back onto a pc. immediately, my inner nerd goes "ooow I gotta find a cool keyboard and mouse". so here I am sharing a video of the science behind each mechanical key switch categorized by color, feel, weight and so on. oh dear.

I love the mechanical keyboards, even though they're super loud, with crazy colors and a clicky feel. I like blue switch. which switch are you hm?


I don’t know about you but my cords turn into a spiderweb of wires when I dj. 

here’s a few videos I came across while searching on usb hubs for dj/live set ups: (1) is on powered and unpowered usb hubs :) and (2) is if your set up requires extra gear.

 I found it helpful. maybe it'll help you too.