It's been very nice to finally find time to add some new "bee facts"! It's been a bit rushed, but I've enjoyed researching for the new stuff, particularly @TheBeesearcher@Twitter.com et al.'s work on bee numeracy (#33 #34) and Sylvain Alem et al.'s work on social learning in bees (#41).
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Spent most of today sorting my research notes for new bee facts. That doesn't make for an interesting screenshot, so here's some work I did this morning on making voting outcomes a bit more readable (voting UI hangs around for 10 seconds after votes complete now)
How to implement action sequences and cutscenes: https://eliasdaler.github.io/how-to-implement-action-sequences-and-cutscenes/
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Wrote in my blog about Unix command line conventions over time.
@PacoVelobs I'm curious to find out what features blew your mind in Packer. I was using it for a little bit and didn't see much difference between Packer and Plug.
Playing my old lunar lander game after...a long time. The things I did to teach myself to program back in the day.
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