My name is Clemens and I am a co-founder and creative director of Vienna-based collaborative hub/game studio Broken Rules, who is probably most known for a game called Old Man's Journey:
My current goal is to start building and contributing more towards FOSS.
"Should the technology grow — or the person using it?" https://ralphammer.com/make-me-think/
Trying to build the ultimate Raspberry Pi computer (Zero Terminal V3)[video] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiJqUWfR90I
The mystery hass been unveiled! Behold the embarrassing truth: it was not the SDCard that was full, but my hard drive!
The error message doesn’t specify WHICH drive is full and I just assumed it was the card. Turns out I had files worth 220GB accumulated in my trash... 🤪
Hey devs, please use semantic html. This is important!
When listing things, use ul/li! When writing things, use p! When adding navigation, use nav! When putting the main part of your website inside a div, use main! Please use h1, h2, h3 for your titles! Don't use table for layout, they are for data!
Screen readers users have shortcuts to jump to all those parts of your website instead of reading it from top to bottom. But it only works with semantic html. So please help them!
Two days thousands of photos later I managed to organise everything in folder structured albums and trim the library by roughly two thirds.
Going through each picture, scanning exif data hunting for creation dates, trying to bring structure to my own past.
I gained a strange feeling of repect for each image living on my harddrive as a file.
I re-visited the place in 2016. It hasn't changed much, except for the people who live there.
The house was over 200 years old and said to be haunted by the count that had lived there, who died with his wife in a tragic accident.
The attic was four stories high and filled with old crates, traps and flags.
There was an old linden tree in the yard about the same height as the house.
Nearby was a dried river bed besides an old stone ruin. The river bed led into the forest with caves in one direction and into a beautiful cold river in the other.
I remember this time fondly.
I found these pictures of the house I grew up in as a kid.
So it turns out even though I haven't started my Kindle in years (it doesn't even have access to the wifi) it's still on the latest firmware version for some reason, which means it can't be jailbroken, currently.
I guess I'll go down the convert epub to mobi path then... Thanks @cblgh for the Calibre hint!
Thanks for the recommendations everyone, will check them out. Honestly I haven't touched the thing in years and I don't even know what model it is. Nowadays I don't have an AMZN account anymore and don't want to move back into this ecosystem.
I don’t know why German tends to have synonyms that are completely unrelated to the original word, but they are still very specific.
A noogy is a ‘head nut’. A slap in the face is an ‘ear fig’.
I’m thinking of this because I have been trying to sell them to my kid, but he never seems to want any (even though they are of the freshest kind). :/
New journal entry and updates on Anchors:
- finally made responsive images work (only on project pages for now)
- better sitemap
- fixed rss feed
- added regex cheatsheet
The carbon footprint sham
@smerp Uou probably get this a lot, but the fact that your drawings are done by hand is pretty mind blowing. I enjoy your work, thank you for sharing it.
Multi-Disciplinary Explorer, Game Maker, Artist, Endless Amateur
Co-Founder & Creative Director @ Broken Rules based in Vienna/AUT
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.