KIDS allows you to move with and against crowds until everyone is gone. KIDS is a short interactive animation drawn by Michael Frei and coded by Mario von Rickenbach. https://playkids.ch
Casey Reas: Collecting in the Age of Digital Reproduction
TIL: The standard frequency of 440Hz in use nowadays was suggested by the BBC because 439Hz (which was used briefly before) is a prime number and was hard to time correctly using standard electronic clocks. Something something our tools shape how we perceive the world something https://jakubmarian.com/the-432-hz-vs-440-hz-conspiracy-theory/
Which is another way of saying "oh, there is none!"
So after music optimized for Spotify we now have music videos optimized for TikTok. Quarantine aesthetic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWggTb45brM
I'd really love to see more non-businessy webcam chats. Snap camera looks cool but I'd prefer something without vendor lock-in. Like https://elder.dev/posts/open-source-virtual-background/ in a jitsi meet clone
A nice post about the #indieweb. It's a set of standards with a very low entry barrier - you can start by just adding a couple of classes to your html elements - that enable rich federation and social interaction across self-hosted websites. I just started reading up on it, but sounds super exciting! https://kevq.uk/implementing-the-indieweb-into-my-website/
I know I've said this before, but #gimp has become *really* good! I remember when it didn't even have layer groups, this is really no comparison :)
threw a Stop Making Sense gif into the posenet api https://observablehq.com/@a-lexwein/estimating-david-byrnes-pose-in-the-browser-with-posenet-an
Image from page 765 of "Archives de zoologie expérimentale et générale" (1872)
I love this! #generative haikus with #osm data: https://satellitestud.io/osm-haiku/app/#13/52.4773/13.4339
If anyone feels like ranting about YAML: http://yaml-multiline.info/
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