"Brew-Off!", the NES game my daughter and I worked on together for her science fair project, is now available!
Download the ROM, get the source code, or play it in your browser!
Big thanks to @neauoire for all of their help and encouragement to make this possible. 😊
Accidentally designing web forms for the #NES 🤪
Would love to be a big company just to post job offers:
Searching senior Web UX designer. Mandatory skills: pixel art, assembly programming.
New devlog entry: rollback netcode on the NES, technical tricks to make it work
Do you ever feel like history is constantly being ret-conned somehow?
Because this Gameboy "WorkBoy" exists and is maybe the most Merveilles things I've seen.
First steps with Haiku OS:
(1) oh, this is really nice! this was *really* easy to install!
(2) awww, my external monitor doesn't work here.
(3) wow, lookit all the software that works here!
(4) oops, let me just spam my SSH public key on IRC because right click is paste on the terminal...
not too shabby, though! I dig it so far 😂
Start a gaming club, walk with comrades, start trying to unionise your workplace, start a co-op. Play football. Paint a picture. Make some beats. Educate yourselves on your history. Learn to cry. Educate those younger than yourself. Ride a bike. Support others in the struggle. Learn to fight. Know your enemy. Tell your friends that you love them. Help someone who is in crisis. Smile at other's in the street. Help someone with their tech woes or maybe just stay in bed and rest.
But whatever you do, do it together. Build infrastructure. Believe in yourself. Believe in others. Believe in a better world. Focus on what you can change.
someone put a rotary phone on a tree in a nearby forest that you can use to talk to people who have died
Conway's Game of Life
Love this photo of John Conway in his office surrounded by books, highly messy desk, stick-and-blob models, geometric mobiles. What a great smile.
Photo comes from the New York Times article "The Lasting Lessons of John Conway's Game of Life"
We are here for each other.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.