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Hi, I'm Paul.

(Pronouns: he / him)

You can find me around the web:

  • My homepage has more information about me and also hosts my blog, where I've been blogging about nothing for about twenty years. Lately I've been blogging about learning Python and building the pi-dial project. It also includes a number of ways you can reach me.
  • I'm not on most social networks except Twitter where I tweet about music and retweet a lot of political stuff. (You've been warned).
  • I host The CircuitPython Show, an independent podcast about the people in and around CircuitPython. If you enjoy the show, please tell a friend, write a review, or sponsor the show financially.


What I'm working on (when not working on the podcast)

  • I continue to tinker with, a website I've built that integrates with Discogs.
  • I'm learning electronics with Python and CircuitPython. My projects so far include audio reactive lights built into a speakerstand, a Raspberry Pi powered project to control Zone 2 of my Denon receiver, a MacroPad, and an Adafruit PyPortal project that shows the album art for an album randomly chosen on
  • Contributing documentation to a couple of different open source projects


  1. A curated list of awesome applications, macros, 3D printed cases, guides, and more for the Adafruit CircuitPython rp2040 MacroPad.

    75 3

  2. A webapp to interact with my music collection using FastAPI, Python and the Discogs API.

    JavaScript 2

  3. CircuitPython code to create sound reactive Neopixels on a rp2040 Feather and Neopixel Featherwing embedded in a 3D printed Audioengine P4 / A5 speaker stand.

    Python 1

  4. pi-dial Public

    Pi-Dial includes two Python programs that can be used with a Raspberry Pi to control a zone of a Denon audio-visual receiver (AVR) with physical hardware.

    Python 1

  5. The website for The CircuitPython Show podcast created using FastAPI

    Python 3

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Activity overview
Contributed to prcutler/silversaucer, prcutler/circuitpythonshow, prcutler/pi-dial and 43 other repositories

Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in adafruit/circuitpython-weekly-newsletter that received 1 comment

Opened 5 other pull requests in 4 repositories
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
adafruit/circuitpython 1 pull request

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