So, last night I saw that the LA Times decided to do something similar to my Stickers and Stamps project and published their story yesterday.

No, I'm not happy about this. Especially since they start out talking about mailing a sticker.

But, that just means I need to continue making my little experiment bigger and better.

I hope that you'll sign up and encourage friends to participate, too. Especially in the US.

Here are some of my current numbers:

Trying to get more 'normal' even though these aren't 'normal' days. Playing with voronoi packing in today's drawing.

I just faced one of my fears. I posted about my little Smash-a-rona game on the itchio forums.

If you're active there, I'd really appreciate a little support and kind words about the game. Yes, there are still a few bugs I need to work out, and improve garbage collection when particles go off-stage.

But a little positivity on my game, might help me make time to do more. I'm not sure if game-dev is for me.

i'm retiring an older collaborative project that never quite got off the ground... BUT in doing so we're releasing the tiles we drew for it into the creative commons. 281 free, hand-drawn isometric tiles, to use in your projects:

Added some screenshots to my Smash-a-rona game page. Grab some meds, and smash viruses before time runs out. Watch out for the orange blob. He'll steal you meds!

My little Smash-a-rona art+protest game is now in Version 2! Grab those meds and smash those virus particles. Watch out for the orange blob. He'll steal your meds.

19 years ago, I was home alone with a toddler. Steve Burns' Blues Clues got us through, and I will always be grateful to him.

I have a birthday coming up, but because of COVID we were going to celebrate outdoors, but because of Fires/Smoke we're not celebrating.

What would cheer me up? If lots of folks sign up for my Stickers and Stamps project:

The orange sky and falling ash is apparently getting me down. Today's drawing is terrible. I'll have to find brighter side in tomorrow's drawing.


Calling all WOMEN OF CRYPTO ART. There’s a new Discord group with opportunities for women artists to collaborate and have their work included in the first ever WOCA Exhibition.


The skies over San Francisco are dark and orange. The soot sprites are a bit freaked out about it, in today's drawing.

The sky has been orange all day today, here in San Francisco. Orange light everywhere! So, I'm drawing with orange ink for today's .

Wrapping my mind around the USPS distribution system. It's fascinating!

Deciding that I don't need to understand the whole system, just the parts that are in my current study.

As new participants join, I'll figure out how they fit in the system then. Eventually, I might have a more automatic annotation, but I'm resisting over-engineering at this point.

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