ICYMI: Here is a link to "Negative Monument," a speculative proposal, practical intervention, and anti-monumental gesture.
The project is an open invitation to engage in the participatory yet imperceptible negation of a monument: http://bit.ly/2E2r7I2
I wrote y'all something about voting. #FuckingVote
Finished filling out my ballot (Raging River district, King County, WA)
Selections and brief notes at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vS1-izm75GCj3V_tJTWZ_n-8THpM0W1aRI6hhUJR9KSI2dQtXFCDqqxIgCq2cPjG4T6MgmjLNIhrdBr/pubhtml
Guys, we've been using these wrong the whole time!
Just got to watch a huge spider lay down the structural lines of a big web, perfectly lit up by the porch light outside the window. Never really appreciated how webs go together or how the spiders climb and drop and cut and stitch: it was really amazing to see up close
This 455-page specification on the details of barcode encoding, printing, and reading, is some satisfying reading
Been teaching myself Unity. Have a pretty good game mechanic in mind, slowly turning it into reality. My maintainable-programming instincts keep getting in the way of the whole rapid prototyping thing
This coffee shop's wifi AP is only giving out IPv6 addresses
I can't really define neolibralism but a bank disguised as a coffee shop seems to fit
when I first ran D&D, my grandmother, who had bought fully into the IT'S SATANISM hype, insisted on sitting and watching the first session
about an hour in, she threw her hands up and yelled 'THIS IS JUST MATH' and stormed off
Welp, I tried ordering something from somewhere other than Amazon (eBay seller), and look what showed up
I'm trying to stop using Amazon because of their shitty worker practices and general treatment of the Seattle area, but there really don't seem to be any viable online alternatives out there for stuff other than books or electronics. Doesn't seem like an improvement to order from Walmart instead.
Lizard People, Dear Reader
A small server for a small group of dog things