Made another short, sporadically-written article. There should be more of them in the following days, as I won't be as burdened with the finals anymore. metaview.link/articles/sandbox

I resurrected a terminal-like application built with I made a year ago. The website contains no code except for loading the module. I think this is where I am going to keep information about me, contact details, personal projects, and so on.
metaview.link/limeth/

My wetware obviously has some bugs, can we get someone to fix that already?

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Weekend hack: Creating a retrofuture internet terminal by replacing the Motorola MDT-9100's i386SX with a BeagleBone Black and Teensy: trmm.net/MDT9100

@neon I have no personal experience with the Vortex POK3R, but it seems to be a popular choice among MK enthusiasts.

@neon I should add that I do not advocate for spending large amounts of money on an eye candy keyboard, but rather for taking an inspiration and finding a budget solution from reliable mechanical keyboard vendors. Most of /r/mk is full of overly expensive keebs.

@neon You can get inspired at /r/mechanicalkeyboards, there you can get an idea about what kind of keyboard would suit you (size, layout, color, material...). I have been using the Preonic for about a year and I am very satisfied with it. On one hand, though, it may get a bit pricy, on the other hand, if you are building up a career in programming (or anything that has to do with computers), having a reliable tool to get the job done seems fair to me.

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The webring is an attempt to inspire artists and developers to create and maintain their own personal website, and share traffic organically among each other. The ring's aim is to promote the creation of hand crafted diaries, wikis, bookmarks and portfolios.

webring.xxiivv.com

Creating a universal VR/AR platform, much like the web browser is a platform for the World Wide Web. metaview.link

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sci-hub.tw/ is making our humanity's knowledge available to everyone.

Finally managed to understand and implement normal mapping into ammolite.

This is what happens when you forget to assign the final color to fragments. i.imgur.com/D0HU8Fc.mp4

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God I love what the DICE rendering engineers are doing in interviews regarding RTX.

Journalist: "Can you give me some technical details on this system?"

Engineer: "Uuuh... OK, sure. <BLURTS A 3-PARAGRAPH FULLY TECHNICAL RUNDOWN OF EVERY SINGLE ENGINEERING DECISION IN THE SYSTEM>"

Journalist: "..."

Engineer: "What 🤷‍♂️"

See interview at the end here:
eurogamer.net/articles/digital

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