Fun projects I've worked on:
A #webring: https://hotlinewebring.club
The Rouge website: http://rouge.jneen.net
A book on #dns and domain names: https://domainnamesanitybook.com/
A site to track GitHub PRs: http://pullfeed.co
#processing sketches: https://github.com/edwardloveall/processing-sketches
A macOS #screensaver: https://github.com/edwardloveall/colorclocksaver
Lightning Talk on #supercollider: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzspylL9Bh0
Ligthning Talk on #dwarffortress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QoH2B_huUU
We're now accepting applications for diversity/scholarship tickets! These are mostly virtual tickets but we do also have some in-person tickets available too. (1/3) https://2022.euruko.org/tickets/
It's called "medium.com", cause the articles are neither rare nor well done.
Nebula (the creator-owned streaming service) is pretty cool. I like to see cool projects and cool people succeed 🤩 https://www.theverge.com/23076663/nebula-youtube-creator-business-future-startup-ceo-dave-wiskus
I'm very confident that the only reason a big swath of websites work on anything other than #Chrome (Blink) is because Apple only allows #Safari on #iOS, so webdevs have to reluctantly test on multiple browsers and avoid Google's nonstandard features; for this reason only I hope Apple's able to avoid this proposed EU regulation and keep Blink off of iOS. I know it's anticompetitive, but it's actually the only thing preventing a total browser engine monoculture.
An animated chase scene containing two anthropomorphic panes of glass carrying a human baby, which the protagonist narrowly avoids crashing through.
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