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
Wet blanket about a comic Show more
I think the Strange Planet comics are funny and clever, but I don't get why they have become such a cultural phenomenon.
They're a little silly, not the most genius work of humor in the past decade.
Great article pushing back against the "Privacy doesn't matter if you have nothing to hide" argument.
Turns out you can git pull a GitHub PR by number:
git fetch origin pull/50/head:pr/50 && git checkout pr/50
Are you in the Boston area and want to learn how to code for free? Buddy, I've got a workshop for you!
Pleroma: A federated microblogging server/client written in Elixr: https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/
Rant on Venmo Show more
Venmo is poorly designed. No one wants their transactions on a public timeline. No one wants their money held until they tell Venmo to deposit it. Bleh.
First try at #pixelart and I decide to make a castle (very work in progress)
VSCO, the photo sharing app/service, has a grant program called VSCO Voices. You can pitch a creative project to bring voices to underrepresented communities and help tell their stories.
Applications due 2/18. Winners receive a $20,000 grant, mentorship, and other resources. Sounds like a pretty cool opportunity.
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