@rek same here
I'm quite impressed with this dithering tool. https://ditherit.com Lots of options, and very clear reporting of file size savings (or not).
@rostiger that's one of the best IMO. I had some issues with it at one point, but I can't remember what my beef was.
@neauoire feel better soon
@djmoch interesting, I had not.
@rek they look delicious. My stomach just growled.
Users of Micro editor, who are on Mac:
Here's a quick action workflow to pop open files in Micro from Mac Finder. I'm using it through iTerm, but regular terminal works too.
With this installed, I can CTRL+Click any text file and choose "Micro" from the menu to open it up. It's a bit quicker than the Micro tree feature for large directories.
@grey I think this is a really good point. I’ve certainly let a lot of potentially great creative energy get wasted waiting on “perfect” setups.
My friend Kevin art directed this amazing data->music->visual exploration. Just stunning way to turn data into art. Details about the project here: https://blog.postmates.com/audiorders-the-sonification-of-on-demand-trends-9933abbfa5e4
@gueorgui they will be lucky to have you
@inkrunner do it! It definitely is inspiring around here.
@luxpris a looong time ago I did some processing generated stuff. I put that on the site more as a placeholder for new stuff I have in mind to do soon.
@luxpris thank you, will do!
Very early days. I've decided to not even wait until I've figured out the site content structure before posting it. I'll keep it raw and simple and fill it out along the way. https://tendigits.space/
Swimming in the spaces between creative/tech.
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