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It's not a personal judgment. It just means that your output doesn't mesh with my current mood or interests. You personally are a perfectly awesome person but we're currently in incompatible places. And that's okay.

And of course, I won't hold it against you if you do the same.

I've adopted this policy of no-fault unfollowing because it lets me fearlessly follow all kinds of people with many different viewpoints, and that's a good thing.

Comprehensive takedown of cryptocurrencies, NFTs and all the rest of it.

It's a long watch and I haven't watched all of it yet but what I have seen is very clearly articulated and the video is getting a lot of positive feedback.

Even if you already know crypto stuff is bad you might not be aware of just how bad. If you want to get a deeper understanding, consider giving it a watch.

f(x,y) = ((~(8 % x)) / ((x / x) / (9 | y))) & ((~(-y)) * ((x - 19) / (y & y)))

Extent: 256x256 (scaled x2)

"Gradient" colouring scheme.

f(x,y) = (-(((22 * y) / (x / 4)) * ((-x) - (y / x)))) % 7

Extent: 256x256 (scaled x2)

"Onebit" colouring scheme.

position: 0.3327304085654464 + -0.06357130892508854i
pixel width: 6.245840543048028e-08

position: -0.7599351671116948 + -0.07410715084266793i
pixel width: 6.1828985672773824e-09

Hmmmm. Distributed video subscription via RSS feed of torrent links.

f(x,y) = ((-((x % y) / (y ^ 2))) ^ (~((y & y) & (y % x)))) % 6

Extent: 256x256 (scaled x2)

"Onebit" colouring scheme.

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f(x,y) = (~(((8 % x) * (y & x)) * ((y % x) & (x - y)))) % 13

Extent: 256x256 (scaled x2)

"Onebit" colouring scheme.

Recently, I've discovered some really interesting procedurally generated 1-bit patterns online. So, as one does, I decided to make my own version of them by building a custom stack-based DSL.

This one is based on a pattern by Foldster (on Twitter), created using this expression:

x y + abs x y - abs 1 + ^ 2 << 3 % !

Martin Kleppe got inspired by Foldster and made a bunch of patterns.

The formula is:

y x ^ 9 % !

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In this one, Kleppe begins to combine systems using ANDs. I really liked the complex detail produced by this one:

x y & x y ^ 19 % &

I have no clue why this works the way it does. numbers are weird.

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Introducing time to these bitfields patterns. working on a 64x64 pixel canvas. I like how well this pops, even at such a small scale.

x t 32 % + y + abs x t + y - abs 1 + ^ 2 << 5 % !

woop, indenting Lisp is hard - let me have another try at this page tomorrow, I'm calling it a day for tonight

#Calligraphy #CommonLisp #Lisp

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