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TLDR: Turing Tarpit languages are scary and that should totally be my answer to lifting questions?
The Beginner's Guide is a new game by one of the creators of The Stanley Parable. The premise is that Davey had a game-developing friend called Coda who wrote a bunch of small, arty games between 2...
On damn. This is a standalone game now and already seems too good to be true!
Sounds good. When can we start?
Sat 03 October 2015. The Future. Here's what the future will look like in 40 years. Almost-free on-demand point-to-point public transit. Combine UberPool and self-driving cars and this is what you get. It could be actually free with ads, but people voted with their wallets, and they prefer ...
I couldn't help it. Here's to hope I finish downloading the game before I grow any weaker and read more stuff from people who aren't as conscientious about giving things away.
The Stanley Parable creator, Davey Wreden, is back two years later with a solo project, The Beginner's Guide . Released under his new development name,
Well isn't that promising!
This is really interesting. One of the most interesting parts is the progressive decoding/responsive images. http://flif.info/example.php (go to the bottom of the page). Basically, the last example shows that, if you want a scaled version of the image, you can simply stop decompressing.
3/DS artwork has been inspiring us for years, but I have yet to see awesome stuff of similar caliber done on a smartphone.
What will happen first, ubiquitous optional precise small-footprint stylii, or humans learning to use the imprecise large-footprint fingers to draw, like we have learned to type on keyboards and keypads before?
Nintendo DS user Munin has an amazing website, that features a lot of images, created with the help of the Japanese handheld.
I published my first public photosphere on Google Maps today.
It's the atrium behind the Glass House / Upasana Griha at Santiniketan.
I didn't know how to edit it before submission, so it's kinda meh, even though in real life the morning light was quite beautiful. Also, didn't get a change to shoot inside the Glass House itself, which is a regret.
Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.
Made this with Krita on Ubuntu Linux.
[KRITA TIMELAPSE] DIASPORA MANDALA ILLUSTRATION
Digital illustration of Diaspora's logo (an asterisk*) as a dandelion mandala. I've always thought Diaspora's branding and mission fit into a great visual/technological/social metaphor. The idea may not come through clearly in the end result, but I hope it at least looks cool. Maybe Diaspora users in tropical climates might appreciate the aesthetic more.
Diaspora is an open source social network that shares characteristics with Tumblr and Facebook. Find out more here:
I'd like to support many open source projects. In terms of personal freedom, creativity, expression, collaboration, privacy and data control I can't think of a more important arena than social media for open source to take hold.
Find me there - https://diasp.de/u/cameronbohnstedt
My goal was to showcase the capabilities of an open source software stack geared toward illustration. Comments and questions are welcome. : )
Final image is here:
Krita - https://krita.org/ (Illustration Software)
GIMP - http://www.gimp.org/ (Visual Editing Software)
Kazam - https://launchpad.net/kazam (Screen Casting)
OpenShot - http://www.openshot.org/ (Video Editing)
Ubuntu - http://www.ubuntu.com/ (Operating System)
My GIMP interface setup - http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Gimp+GTK2+Photoshop+CS6+Theme?content=160952 System76 Leopard Extreme - https://system76.com/ (Computer Tower)
Samsung 27" S27B970D Series 9 Quad HD LED - http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/it...
My website - http://www.cameronbohnstedt.com/
Diaspora - https://diasp.de/u/cameronbohnstedt
My Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Cameron.Bohn...
Twitter - https://twitter.com/SKypH3R
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Digital illustration of Diaspora's logo (an asterisk*) as a dandelion mandala. I've always thought Diaspora's branding and mission fit into a great visual/te...
Seven poster stories from 50 years ago - when the Soviet Union fought the Space Race.
Started the Paradigms of Computer Programming course on edX.
So far, all my programming paradigm related knowledge has been tangentially cobbled together piecemeal along the course of other projects. I've wanted to do some focused studying over this topic for a while, and now is the time.
This is my first edX course. I really like the interface. The videos have prominent speed controls, and have subtitles in the sidebar that are also linked (I think it's a rarely used Youtube feature?) Homework is interleaved within the "study" ware, and codes are auto-checked right in the browser (serversied, in our case, because of Oz) and the editor, while bare-bones, is smart enough to do intelligent indentation.
Pretty much the only problem I have are superficial UX nits like the result of a submission showing at the very top of a problem, which almost always requires scrolling to check.
After having grown tired of Coursera's interface functionality and procedure never evolving and getting anywhere, this is really refreshing and hopeful. I look forward to finishing it these two courses as neatly as possible!
My intense dislike for the nearly nonsensically evolved Chinese language(s) make me disregard any obvious predictions that it will continue to grow.
These charts will help you choose the language you should focus on today.
Are these canonically Dragon Age related? Regardless, they're great.
"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
"Basically the price of a night on the town!"
"I'd love to help kickstart continued development! And 0 EUR/month really does make fiscal sense too... maybe I'll even get a shirt?" (there will be limited edition shirts for two and other goodies for each supporter as soon as we sold the 200)