Letters From Somnolescent uses WordPress’ tagging system to further categorize posts by topic. This is a list of all the tags we’re using around here and what they mean.
The 1970s. Caby’s favorite decade.
2019 in review.
Posts involving pets and animals (but not animal people).
A style of animation from the east, and the bane of mariteaux’s existence.
People’s drawings and visual art.
dotcomboom’s AutoSite, a static site generator and management engine.
Blogs, whether Letters From Somnolescent or blogs run by individual Somnolians.
Calelira, mariteaux’s defunct fantasy world of plant magic and havoc set during the Age of Sail. Succeeded by Pinède.
dotcomboom’s reviews of cheap tech gadgets.
Posts about our web hosting provider, DreamHost.
A low-overhead internet document transfer protocol developed in the early 90s.
mariteaux’s childhood twitchy score attack rhythm game.
What you’re reading this on. Posts here are about the nature of the thing, generally.
Somnolians showing up to introduce themselves in occasionally ridiculous ways.
A brand of personal computers from Apple, first introduced in 1984. Several Somnolians are fans of older Macs.
Silversun Pickups fansite created and run by mariteaux.
A relatively unknown group from the very early 2000s with a single EP out on MP3.com before that shut down.
Music, Somnolian-created or otherwise.
The group’s favorite blunt force coconut simulator.
Our former CMS that used to power Letters From Somnolescent. Phased out due to lack of updates and configuration issues.
The group’s first shared world, about an isolated coastal village of odd animal people, their trauma, and their folklore.
A Python-based gopher server and parser developed by dotcomboom.
Legendary 1996 FPS. mariteaux makes levels for it sometimes.
Group Minecraft sessions.
The cult we call home.
Playlists the Somnolians put together of music they’re fond of at that time.
Indie farming simulator that the group is so into, they occasionally even make mods for it.
General posts and rants about technology, usually hardware.
mariteaux’s web design help site, currently in active development.
An ongoing, periodic series of essays on the creative process by mari.
Development of sites and strong opinions about such.
Posts about WordPress, the current CMS powering Letters From Somnolescent.
Musings about words and technique in the written sense.