The Blog is Back!

Posted by Scott

So as many of you long-time readers may have noticed the blog has been a little slow over the past six or so months, especially when commenting on posts. Well thanks to help from the brilliant Karl Peterson of Sidearm Design (who was also involved in the excellent Red Moon project) things are ticking along again. Commenting should be pretty speedy and overall site response time should be much quicker.

You may have also noticed that we had been posting less often over the past few months. Most of the team at one time or the other were on the road for the various Tycho tours and things slipped a bit. Although we will be touring extensively over the summer, we have some new people on board and have added some functionality on the admin side to make posting from the road a little easier, so the content should be flowing steadily again. We also have some new features (finally an HTML5 audio player for streaming playlists and music posts to iDevices etc.) and columns planned for the near future so keep an eye out for those.

As always we really appreciate your support and readership; we hope that in the years to come we can continue to grow our little community here.

13 Comments Leave A Comment


mg33 says:

March 28, 2012 at 5:11 pm

Nice going! I commented in another post today wondering if any of you are Spotify users. I think a great way or promoting the music you share would be to post simple links to playlist urls. I’ve been looking into WordPress widgets that post Spotify playlists to add to my own blog; not implemented anything yet though.

Hope you are coming through Chicago over the summer as well.


yahooboo says:

March 28, 2012 at 5:25 pm

I’m bummed how design has taken a complete backseat to music nowdays on the blog :(


Polyonymy says:

March 28, 2012 at 8:51 pm

Glad to hear it. ISO50 is by far on of my favourite blogs, and I was a little worried this winter. Been reading for a few years, and I hope I’ll be reading for several more. I came for the design, and stayed for the music. Keep it up, you guys are really great.


Wastl says:

March 29, 2012 at 1:24 am


I’m still dying to know what plugin for your music posts you use. The player is just perfect!


Etienne says:

March 29, 2012 at 7:22 am

Yes, I have been missing the music. My work, and hence my research have been suffering; I don’t have anything to listen to while I work! :-)


turd ferguson says:

March 29, 2012 at 9:26 am

yay! on a sidenote, for me personally, i’ve been awaiting the followup post to the app editing from awhile back with some more info on the apps that were used in addition to the ones already listed. would be nice to see that.


R M Pinti says:

March 29, 2012 at 8:56 pm

Excellent news.

I have to say, I’ve really been missing the chair, software, hardware, mixing equipment, camera, etc. reviews that you used to do all of the time. Anyway, I hope that doesn’t just mean you haven’t been getting any cool new stuff!

Also, seems like we see less modern architecture posts these days too, wonder what happened to those…

Well, GL with your future endeavors and I hope to catch another one of your concerts again soon!


Zul says:

June 18, 2012 at 11:13 pm

Just a quick note to mention how great I think it is that this is iaorrpocnted into the website. As Youth Leader at St G’s I rarely get to hear Rev CJ’s sermons as I’m involved with our youth group. I have really enjoyed taking time out of my Monday to hear the Word. Thanks CJ Scott Currie