This is a lovely fan animation for Simon Stålenhag’s The Electric State, including music composed by Simon himself: Apparently there’s a film adaptation in production, as well as an Amazon TV series for Tales from the Loop, his books set in Sweden. I look forward to watching them all.
I recently got a Canon Selphy photo printer. It’s a book-sized printer that outputs 6×4″ photo prints using a dye sublimation process. As I don’t print much this is ideal as there’s no ink to dry out, it uses little space, and the prints are comparable to ones I can get from general online photoContinue reading “Canon Selphy and Ubiquiti Unifi”
This is my current go-to VR game, and is a lot of fun to play. It’s a lightsabre music mashup thing. It can be particularly satisfying at times, and feels like you’re getting a good bit of exercise too. Meanwhile in the real world you’re just flailing your arms around like you’re being attacked byContinue reading “Beat Saber”
I’m a big fan of vertical whitespace, and find it strange that more fuss is made of tabs vs spaces (which doesn’t really affect readability) than vertical spacing (which does). Here’s a simple code example, randomly picked: Compared to: That single extra line makes such a difference when scanning code. Imagine trying to read aContinue reading “The need for whitespace”
I know, right? The internet takes you on wonderful journeys, and today I found out about adverbial adjuncts. My path there began by wondering about the overused and redundant ‘to be honest’ that is added to statements. To be honest I always lie. Unsure person Similarly there is the popular (and probably American) ‘go ahead’,Continue reading “Adverbial adjunct”