The Bridges conference explores the intersections between art and mathematics: https://2020.bridgesmathart.org/
The OCellator has quite nice pictograms describing different structural editing operations.
More REPLs: This one lets you make music in your browser http://kevinmahoney.co.uk/ocellator/#
@gnuHU_linux Danke für eure Anleitung unter https://www.projekte.hu-berlin.de/de/gnuHU/anleitungen/nachhaltige-pr-strategie/nachhaltige-pr-strategie/, war sehr interessant. An der Stelle "Der User bleibt autonom und wird, anders als in unfreien Sozielane Netzwerken" hat sich ein kleiner Rechtschreibfehler eingeschlichen.
You have to love emacs for the people that put this much effort into documenting their own configuration https://tecosaur.github.io/emacs-config/config.html
So I found https://github.com/akiraux/Akira, which looks like it could be Sketch for Linux. Does anybody have any info on how usable it is as of now?
til as well: there's https://github.com/simonw/datasette-vega which allows you to create vega charts from the data inside your datasette. beautiful piece of software
TIL you can run datasette on glitch! You can just copy a couple of CSVs into the project root and get a working SQL REPL and and the complete datasette API, that's pretty neat https://datasette-csvs.glitch.me/
As if I'd play tetris outside of org-mode, that's ridiculous
Wow. I just realized that these are actually not just indicators, but elements that you can interact with to change the values in your code. That's truly beautiful and well done
https://indieauth.com/ is really cool! It lets me use my own website to sign in with openid. Verification happens over accounts on other platforms which have been linked on the website or by signing a message with a PGP key. 🌴 All it takes is some HTML tags.
"This thing has been hidden in mathematics and no one ever saw it until we humans invented computers – which means taking lightning and sticking it into a rock until it learns to think – and this is what we found." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6avJHaC3C2U
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
"It is a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless information." — Oscar Wilde
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