The afternoon of the day You left me, I took you for a walk. Your eyes bright, steps eager I threw a ball, and for a moment You were there, made real by my heart. I threw away my copy of old yeller In films I ask ‘does the dog die in this?’ But I know the ending of this story And I can’t rip up this book When the vet scanned your heart last year Mine cracked a little. A murmur An echo of future pain I started trying to read more slowly Make the book last longer. The last time we walked, I am glad it was in the woods you loved Even with the memory of you…
Today I learned that Comic Sans is secretly a force for good, and should be lauded and loved as an accessibility marvel for people with dyslexia (perhaps even 15% of the population). https://www.thecut.com/2017/03/the-reason-comic-sans-is-a-public-good.html That’s all well and good, but the hatred is real, and the font is a horror for so many historical reasons. I can’t do it. As a wee trial, I’ve installed the Open Dyslexic font (downloaded and then converted to web friendly formats here: https://onlinefontconverter.com/) though, any dyslexics care to comment? It looks pretty weird to my eyes. https://www.opendyslexic.org/
Snow Crash, that was a great book right? Who cannot love a book where the main actor is called Hiro Protagonist. Careening all over the place, it was a kind of post cyberpunk drunken spree through three different parties that left you hungover in a field. I came into Seveneves a little late, because I’d seen the size of the physical book and decided that I didn’t want to risk a sprained wrist. One Scribd.com encounter later.. Feeling a bit under the weather, I thought me some thrilling sci-fi apocalypta would be just the ticket. Long, OK, but he will have honed his craft so long after Snow Crash days, kept the ship trimmed, polished the machine, can I stop…
TL;DR: Scroll down to the first picture if you just want to get into the nuts and bolts of my Ender 3 setup teething issues.. I resisted getting a 3D printer for a long while, because the cost vs potential use cases/fun ratio seemed poor. I also had access to 3D printers at my hackspace (https://mkmakerspace.co.uk/) – so why would I need my own? The amount of fettling that most of the people at the hackspace seemed to do to their machines was also pretty off-putting. I gave up doing hardware and even OS support (plus hosting mail servers in my living room, Linux in any form, etc etc) many years ago, because fettling is ANNOYINGGGGG. I want things to…
#inktober is coming. It’s good to knopp instead of getting real things done.. @glitteredbugart A post shared by Tiff Leek (@sniffers5000) on Sep 15, 2017 at 9:25am PDT
Overengineering is for Winners
much mould. such wow. so gross.
..finger painting is the new emojispeak?
What is wrong with this picture? …..
Originally, I was planning to make my own ‘rock and roll’ bed, because 1. welding is fun and 2. much cheapness.