@vega I've also been meaning to make some audio/video documentation of the project—the geolograph can make some really cool sounds!

@vega I've been meaning to put that on github—maybe I'll get to that someday soon. Probably needs to be cleaned up though... Something like 2000 lines of code in Rust, but having never programmed in Rust before it is rather messy!

I guess I should start learning hypercard then!

Of course, completely rewriting the build process for my website. Bringing the build process from 1+ min down to a couple seconds.

Using Notion as a WYSIWIG editor is great but has a slooow (and *cough* unnoficial) API, so I need some smarter caching.

Azlen boosted

First real electronics project, built a little analog synthesizer in an old cigar box. Satisfying to see this come together soldered onto a prototype board after mostly experimenting on breadboards for a couple weeks.

The internet is a like goldmine where everyone stops to admire the rocks at the entrance.

@flip Sometimes even without the help of other people; self expectation can itself be a dangerous cycle

@madewithtea Hey thanks! It's now up at azlen.me/

I love this workflow because it makes it so much easier to write and update content for the site. Hoping to add a lot more content over the next few weeks.

Over the past few days I have been building a static site generator which pulls pages from my Notion workspace using an unofficial Python API and generates HTML. So now I have a super versatile WYSIWYG editor for updating writing blog posts, projects, wiki pages, etc.

Website will be up soon, stay tuned!

Designing some "a" + "e" monogram logos in Dotgrid. Which of these might make a nice logo for a future personal wiki/website?

@nihiltarian in what ways do you think language learning platforms could be improved?

I have been thinking about memory + learning and developing a language learning app of my own, would love to bounce some ideas back and forth!


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