Don't you know that if everyone always doubles the amount of garlic the recipe calls for, then recipe writers will start halving the intended amount of garlic, trapping us in a never-ending cycle?
I don't write much poetry anymore, but I wrote a lot in the past, and mostly I liked writing within stricter constraints. I wrote a ton of anapestic tetrameter when I was younger, but I also love triolets in all their variations.
I wrote a couple new reverse proxies for web apps over the last couple weeks, called sniproxy and httpdir, because I couldn't find anything I was happy with. Here's my blog post explaining why: https://jamey.thesharps.us/2020/04/24/most-general-reverse-proxy/
🎉 I'm declaring a version zero release of Lament Configuration, a small-scale self-hosted Pinboard-like bookmarking service: https://git.infinitenegativeutility.com/getty/lament-configuration
Some games I'm currently working on:
· The Wardens of Sirius, more or less a scifi Dogs in the Vineyard hack
· Delve, a minimalist grid-maps-and-dice dungeon crawler
· The Last Alliance of Men and Elves, a game intended to be played via Slack/Discord over several weeks
· Guns & Gasoline, a game where your three basic stats are Fast, Furious, and Family
Wrote a little blog post about the Pony programming language and error-handling: https://journal.infinitenegativeutility.com/pony-errors-and-logging
I'm still developing an intuition for how the pixel art scaling algorithm works—it turned my first attempt at a flannel shirt into a blobby mess—but it can have some pretty impressive results.
Practicing my Animal Crossing dress design. (This is heavily inspired by the LingXi Royal Academy Dress: https://www.lolitawardrobe.com/lingxi-royal-academy-vintage-classic-embroidery-lolita-cape_p3389.html )
conscientious objector to the future.
formerly @keweddji as well as @aisamanra on birdsite. he/him
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