@unfa you’re just a bit of and a pull request away ;-)

Enjoying Moondog's Enough About Human Rights

Been reading the book lately, and starting to think dangerous thoughts of trying to use Rust in conjunction with ... Just as I am starting to get the hang of working with SC. Oh dear... Does anybody have experience with joining the two?

A seriously good read that clarifies how elite rich react differently from the rest of us in disasters. Key excerpt quoted below.

katz.substack.com/p/disarm-the

"Disaster experts can predict how most people will react: Most will try to work together to save the most people possible. .....

But there is a notable exception. The richest people on the ship are the least likely to cooperate. There is a formal term for this, based on a 2008 paper by the sociologists Caron Chess and Lee Clarke. It’s called “elite panic.” As Rebecca Solnit has written, “Elites tend to believe in a venal, selfish, and essentially monstrous version of human nature.” And as such, they believe that only “their power keeps the rest of us in line.” If the ship—or human society—is disrupted, they think, “our seething violence will rise to the surface.”

Sketch #5: Doubling

The movements were first created using physical responses to touch. Secondly we framed this in a pattern of walking, adding a sense of urgency and chasing each others' impulses.

The sound is triggered by MiniBees, and is based on 1) granulated recordings, 2) automatic playback of detuned water bubble recordings, 3) comb-filtered recordings of voices and 4) highpass-filtered kick drums.

roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/00

New year, new utilities: just discovered this little gem: github.com/ogham/exa, a modern replacement for ls. Surprisingly lovely....

An unexplored angle on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is that Willy Wonka is clearly a genius, the finest scientific mind of his generation, yet he focuses almost all of his efforts on manufacturing candy.
The temptation of big profits in the multimillion dollar candy-sector under the candy-capitalist system has drawn him away from more worthwhile pursuits and possibly corrupted him into the weird, weird dude that he is

Spending the holidays pimping our website and getting more and more impressed by . Also wrapping my head around css and responsive layouts. Check the result here: roosnaflak.com. Feedback from more knowledgeable people than myself is most welcome! I’m sure I’ve committed more than a few sins against Good Web Design...

Question for the web-devs out there: I want some statistics on my static Hugo GitLab-hosted website, but I can’t pay 9eur a month for a non-Google version, nor do I have the skills and equipment to set up my own web-server. Are there any easy to use, alternatives to Google Analytics available?

Question for the web-devs out there: I want some statistics on my static Hugo GitLab-hosted website, but I can’t pay 9eur a month for a non-Google version, nor do I have the skills and equipment to set up my own web-server. Are there any easy to use, alternatives to Google Analytics available?

First installment of 100 movement and sound sketches aiming to catalogue my partner’s and my approach to real-time composition: roosnaflak.com/100-sketches/00

There are no problems, there are only technical difficulties...

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