Successfully accomplished one of the hardest computer problems, printing address labels that all register correctly
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
Lizard People, Dear Reader
A small server for a small group of dog things