I'm writing a technical book for #pico8 and I Am aiming to make it as close to a holy text as possible. All you could ever need for reference, and many games that are built from scratch. A chapter on history of fantasy consoles and a comprehensive, robust series of modules that can be used in any project. I've been at it for a year but its in so many pieces that I need to find a platform or style to begin compiling it all.
What should I write it in?
@deianeira i use Hobonichi Planner and Pigma Micron pens, .5mm, 2mm and 4mm
as for sketching etc. i have an enormous pile of A3 graph paper from a printer relative sitting in the attic. just realized i've been using it for like 20 years, hah
The survey has already reached 100 responses after one day. Big thanks to everyone involved, I'm delighted to see input from such diverse group of respondents.
The survey remains open as far as the answers flow in steadily. I hope to release a report once the work is done
@botaflo Thanks! Clocked 70 responses after a day, which is way more and way faster than expected
thanks for the link! i focus on content control/privacy side of things, so it might be quite useful.
PS nice plants! :) here's my raspberry patch
Boosts very much appreciated!
I hope to get at least 50 responses to pass the university requirements.
I'm running a short research survey on Mastodon usage for a graduation paper on alternative social networks. Your input will hopefully help me introduce new concepts to media studies in Poland.
Please fill this survey and share with your friends, especially if you know some scholars involved in this topic!
my father is quite skilled mushroom hunter, every autumn he hauls enough penny buns and bay boletes to last a whole year when dried
@neauoire 4 years of travel, there and back again. Good luck on your return!
made a contrast checker app for a class assignment. MIT App Inventor is accessible for sure, but coding anything in its Scratch derivative is painful
i love the concept behind it, good luck with gathering magic talent
we'll dry it today and check the results. :) adding honey at some point might be a good idea for the next batch
leaves of common lilac and black elderberry are tightly packed in a jar without any liquid additions - after leaving it be in the sun, the juices flow out on their own. After a few days, once the mass gets brown and the smell is strong, you can try drying in an oven or some other device
amateur artisan and folklore researcher
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.