Projects

The following is a list of my current and past projects from around the web.

Elsewhere

A continuously updated list of articles I’ve published elsewhere on the web.

Home Screens

A regularly updated catalog of my iOS home screens and Apple Watch faces alongside commentary about notable applications, complications, and wallpapers.

LibertyNode.cam

Powered by Pixelfed, a free and open source photo sharing platform utilizing ActivityPub. Follow me @mike@libertynode.cam.

LibertyNode.net

Powered by Mastodon, a free and open source short-form publishing platform utilizing ActivityPub. Follow @mike@libertynode.net and @initialcharge@libertynode.net.

LibertyNode.TV

Powered by PeerTube, a free and open source video sharing platform. This is a private server, but you can join the party on another instance.

Linen Wallpapers

A collection of wallpapers for nearly every Apple device, based on Apple’s iOS 4-era linen texture.

mike.rockwell.mx

A personal landing page and archive for my short-form content published on the web.

The Toolkit

A collection of shortcuts designed to smooth out the rough edges of writing for, and publishing to, the web.

Retired Projects

#OpenWeb

An aggregator of headlines from independent publishers that focus on Apple-related products and software.

CyberSurge

The precursor to Initial Charge. You probably shouldn’t read it, the writing isn’t particularly good.

Geek Tees

A Sporadically updated weblog featuring some of my favorite geek-related shirts from around the web.

Initial Charge Shirts

The official Initial Charge shirt is available at select times throughout the year and is printed exclusively on American Apparel Tri-blend — the best shirts available.

Mac Media Server

The blueprint to my home media setup. What hardware and software I use and how I configure and connect the entire system.

Suggested Reading

Everything else that I read and enjoy on the web. It’s all of the well-written articles that I find, but do not share in the main section of the site. Not all of it is technology-related, but I believe all of it is worthy of your time.