Boomer's Paradise started off as a little fun project that I wanted to try out. I have been using Linux (not GNU/Linux you boomer) for a long while prior to launching the radio and I had a deep fascination with it, especially Sysadmin stuff and servers. Almost all of the songs in the playlist are japanese in origin, save for a few albums that I love so much that I have to have it on there.
I'll try and keep the radio up mostly 24/7, but please remember that this is only a hobby and for educational purposes, and the site is being hosted by a Dell Vostro running in the back of my closet. The site may go down at any point in time for any reason. The audio file is available as an ogg or mp3 file, perfect for use with your favorite media player.
If you have any questions or suggestions, such as song choices, you'd like me to hear, feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll reply to you at my earliest convienence. You can also encrypt the email using my public GPG key, and I highly suggest that you get into the practice of encrypting whenever possible!
Other ways that you can contact me include ascertain:privacytools.io on Matrix, and email@example.com on XMPP.
The background images I got off of the amazing and way better made radio website that inspired me to start Boomer's Paradise in the first place, plaza.one. Go pay them a visit!
This website also utilizes the W3.CSS framework.
The snow effect seen at the top was made by Jamie Wright on Codepen.
The source code for the site is publicly available under the MIT License and can be accessed at Gitlab.
Special thanks to my Viet homeboy Khoidevil! <3
This website can be freely copied, modified, altered, distributed, and etc.. without any attribution to me or anyone else whatsoever. However, if you feel like this website deserves some new listeners and attribution, mention it to someone!
Copyright © 2020 Ernie Park This work is free. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more details.