mad at computer
Apparently my phone's default behavior on 'Do Not Disturb' is to also silence alarms. This is ridiculous to me. I want alarms to always override anything.
Anyway, because of the above I woke up an hour later than I intended, which meant I had to check out of my hotel in downtown Paris and rush to the airport in the 1½hr I had left before my flight took off. I made it, but only barely.
hey folks, here's the kickstarter for #vanquisherRPG, a role-playing game i designed that doesn't require pens or paper to play:
I've only done one goblin this #goblinweek, but it was a quick and fun monastic goblin linocut.
I know it's an unreasonable pet peeve, but I'm sad that people use "low-poly" to mean "actually a lot of polygons but with flat colors instead of textures" (e.g. Untitled Goose Game), not because it's a style I dislike, but because I no longer have a good word to mean "art with actually few polygons".
@d6 @aaronlevin I too was originally planning on staying on a bigger instance, but the thing that pushed me over the edge to making my own was reading Darius's guide to running a small instance and realizing that there are some interesting things you can do with smaller instances that you really can't do with larger ones: https://runyourown.social/
A scifi story about a planet-hopping smuggler who tries to lay low by posing as an aspiring writer in a literary club, and ends up falling in love with a poet. Unfortunately, their life of crime catches up to them, prompting the couple to go on the run and have adventures in space. You could call it:
Scum and Villanelle
As a fun sidenote: the blog I'm using here runs on WriteFreely, an ActivityPub-enabled blogging platform, so you can follow its posts directly at @getty
conscientious objector to the future.
formerly @keweddji as well as @aisamanra on birdsite. he/him
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