I think there's a lot of potential for AI-as-artist-assistant—Emily Short's recent work on this is a good example—but there's also just a massive amount of garbage out there that will seem boring in just a year or two.
Also the ideal web browser would display errors under a header that says the word "Error", in the most boring IBM-ass font you can muster. None of this "Oh Snap!" nonsense.
blatant bragging, with only ~20% seriousness
…one reason this is a bad comparison is that I had the book ~90% finished back in January of 2020, so in reality it's less "I wrote a book in quarantine" and more "during quarantine it took me a full year to finish the last 15k words."
I recently made a San Francisco→Portland drive with a dash-mounted camera, so here is a time-lapse video of that drive where each hour of real time maps to a minute of video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb61wE4U2PY
✏️ The first post in a new series: "In Praise of Netpbm", where I demonstrate how to create procedural pixel art with no library support in basically any programming language: https://journal.infinitenegativeutility.com/how-i-do-generative-art-in-praise-of-netpbm
that spooky janitor character in the direct-to-video movie of your life
formerly @keweddji as well as @aisamanra and @uzhdanra on birdsite. he/him
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