On 04.07 I have finished „Typography: A Very Short Introduction” by Paul Luna.
I like that it concentrates not only on a history of letterforms and printing.
It describes #typography as a complex environment for the text and the reader.
I hope to reread it somewhere in the future.
"Veonim is a simple modal IDE built on Neovim and VSCode extensions."
This looks really cool.
Thought experiment and possible worldbuilding prompt: Show more
Imagine a civilisation that, at no point throughout their existence, has had no concept of obtaining resources by means involving the harm or killing of animals. What's the feasibility of this civilisation starting from scratch and progressing to our current state? What if they had access to everything we know — discoveries and such?
Wow, this #orcλ track *___*
Recorded myself playing guitar for 18 minutes; mistakes, noises, and all.
Update: tried connecting PIlot (https://github.com/hundredrabbits/Pilot) to Orca, but ran into two problems:
1) I can't seem to make any sounds with Pilot (not sure if this is a matter of me not knowing which keys to press, or a bug in the program)
2) Orca won't automatically connect to Pilot as its MIDI interface :(
What's the fastest way to get started with making music in #orcλ? I'm using Linux and have almost no prior DAW experience.
Downloading my Facebook data so I can run it through http://myfbdata.schloss-post.com/
The filesize is 4.7GB ...
I'm Aadil, a developer, designer, and dropout trying to reinvent himself.
In fact, it kind of blows my mind that a community devoted to all these disparate interests even exists.
Looking forward to interacting with you all
Revel in the marvels of the universe.