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i've tagged out 600+ open source, experimental and tiny tools by their qualities and built a new website for sorting through them!

these are all tools towards joyful digital creation, with the goal of enabling working entirely outside of proprietary systems- moving instead from one hand-made software to another.

(the list takes submissions if it is missing yours >:))


@irimi1 I hear you, it's hard to get over that feeling. I still struggle with it. Learning not to care is a long and difficult process, but not insurmountable.

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We have updated our website.

We converted the old static blog into a wiki, with pages for each of the various projects we've been working on aboard Pino. We hope you like it!


@roadriverrail Oo don't want that for your partner :O.... those flat breads aren't that worth it!

I used to make flat breads with overnight (non-sourdough) bread, and was used to the stickiness. It is entirely possible i got used to a 'less-than-ideal' dough XD...

@roadriverrail My ratios may be off, next time I do the recipe I'll experiment with less water :>

@roadriverrail Yea it's a rly wet and sticky dough. I flour the area a lot and roll each chunk of dough into it, nowadays i don't even shape it with a rolling pin... i just leave it as a chunk and when I stick it into the pan, i just take it with my hands, stretch it out quickly with my fingers and lay it in the pan. Tho tearing chunks of dough from the main ball is very, very sticky :>. Yea i don't have a hood either so i just leave the door open XD...

*Takes the tools out*


*Takes the tools in*

@jameschip I already hate the idea of all-grass lawns, but this is so much worse :/.
Laying Astroturf on your house property is cartoonishly idiotic. Next step is inflatable, 'fuss-free' trees... Lorax-style.

Donated our old life raft today.

The person that came to pick it up was a BEAST. Slipped it on like a BACKPACK and carried it off lolol...

(Those things weigh a ton.)

@lilletale Oh yesss :>, sticky hands, bread smell and a cup of coffee~

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