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How do you store your glasses/mugs?

Also, if anyone else is on byte give me a follow.

I'm "maxdeviant" on there as well.

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With launching yesterday I figured now would be as good a time as any to get into some visual art.

I'm using nannou, which is a creative-coding framework for Rust.

Here's my first piece, OSCILLATIONS:

Starting to utilize my wiki by improving access to it via a workflow. Parsing over 7k links in Go. ✨

Inspired by others in our little community, I slimmed down my site's CSS. It's now 1.2KB and uses no custom fonts.

I think I stumbled upon a beautiful error(?) in . Upon exporting it as .png the effect disappeared.

@ian I have some Buttondown-related questions, if you have a moment. What would be the preferred medium for contact?

Nice little article about hobbies and how/why they may be difficult for us to cultivate these days.

"Young people are trying to reclaim their time from the pressures of capitalism."

It quotes from Jenny Odell:

“It may still be hard not to see even your free time as money—in which case hobbies appear ‘expensive’ if they produce nothing but personal enjoyment and satisfaction.”

So glad the inside of my eyelids use a dark mode color theme.

What shell do you use/prefer in your GNU/Linux system?

(Please share to spread the word. And if you want comment your answer. Thanks a lot)

A part of me likes those discussions about CSS bundle sizes, but the other part feels that setting arbitrary sizes may not be the way to go.

Now that CSS can do print-like layouts with things like GRID, I want more innovative, art directed, well thought UX/UI design for content, stories, images, etc. I want more diversity, I'm tired of themeforest eating the world.

To me the challenge is dryer code, reducing the ratio of CSS per design element, not going under a set number. What do you think?

writing a blog became easier when I stopped worrying about creating a perfect substrate.

I notice others fall into this trap, too. Trying to design a flexible system and burning out without ever adding any content.

Write first.

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