Just spent the day working on @RavingKain's website. Looking pretty okay so far!
(Needs work on mobile but eh, some other day)
The film is all done drying! Okay, I had a really hard time with it so there's a bunch fo scratches n stuff on it.
Honestly I *like* the "scratched-up film" vibe, but I wouldn't do it on purpose.
I always thought the "ledge" in #Pokemon was a fence. I never understood why you can only jump over the fence one way.
I mean come on, that's a brown wooden fence!
I know it's a small detail, and I know it's not *that* impressive, but I want to make a shout out to this "One size fits all" example.
In order to point to the proper URL no matter what your architecture is, #NetBSD #pkgsrc lets you copy/paste this line that uses different 'uname' flags to home in on your current system configuration so you don't have to know it yourself!
Again, it's trivial code and a tiny, tiny detail, but I really appreciate stuff like this. It doesn't take much to impress me.
This #enlarger isn't actually grey. It's blue with a bit of dust on it!
For real though, someone in my family used to teach #photography and had this thing laying around for ages so they gave it to me. Hopefully I can mount it and print something soon enough!
My two cents, this this is big and heavy and I wouldn't pay for it. Not cause it's not worth it, but because I'm a consumer, not a professional, so having industrial equipment like this is kind of overkill.
As unworthy as I am, I'm totally going to use the crap out of this thing!
Haven't been doing much programming lately. Meh.
In positive news though, @RavingKain and I are making another low-quality improv bluescreen skit!
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and Ada.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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