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I spend my time creating conceptual illustrations & animations, building online tools, and writing on my blog.


Based in Malmö, Sweden.

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"Plans are useless,
but planning is indispensable."

Back in working on o-o.

I've implemented a few new handy features.

1. Visualize the already consumed time for that date when adding a new Log (or editing). The dots gray out and can't be used.
If you change the date, it fetches the logged time for the new date and updates the grayed out dots.

2. Autocompletion for Areas and Projects. Arrow navigation, and shortcut using Tab to select and move to the next field.

Wernher von Braun explains the possibility to reach the Moon. "Man and the Moon", Dec. 28, 1955

Tip: Run copy(obj) in the Chrome Console to copy an object to your clipboard. (Apparently works in Firefox too).


I've just stepped into this animation from 1956 by Evelyn Lambart & Norman McLaren.

It might be a good inspiration source for outputting visuals with Orca @neauoire

New update on my progress!

I've implemented Stats, a simple way of displaying my Log data.The first graph displays the daily activity (gaps for days without activity).
There is another graph that displays the total logged time per area.

The dots on the top right corner represent the remaining time available per day. When there are 3 or less dots remaining, they turn red.

I still have to implement 5 more graphs, and I'm planning on displaying next to each bar on hover.

Wow! This is awesome. An interactive website featuring the history of (western) philosophy.

Back in . I can now add, edit, and delete logs. I've implemented a rating system to track how much time I've spent on the task (available daily time, from 1 to 10), and how was my mood before and after the task.

I've also implemented suggestions for Area and Projects, so most of the times I won't have to type.

Adding a new log takes me ~4 seconds.

I'm now working on the design. I want to add graphs to visualize my logs.

I'm having this issue in Processing, and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. The "view" window is always very small, no matter what size I use as setup(). Any clues?
@jakub @electret @lucaorio @A_Werchmeister @whtrbt

"I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand."
— Confucius

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