Playlists of 2017
Made some playlists this year. Here are a few of them:
Flow is the psychological term for what is colloquially referred to as “being in the zone”. The term originated with Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and is identified by the following six factors:
If you have trouble focusing on a given hobby or skill you’re developing, despite being very interested in the matter, it is likely that the feedback loop of input (your efforts) to output (the payoff) is too long. If you examine the habits you have acquired, both good and bad, you will notice that they share a few traits:
.directory TLDs are cheap, and no one seems to be using them. For a laugh, I made a directory of people with my name yesterday. Here is how I summate the experience:
Using an iPad like a Wacom Cintiq
If you generate revenue from your drawing, I highly recommend getting a Wacom Cintiq. I have a Cintiq 27QHD and I love it. However,
At the time of this writing, the decentralized network Mastodon has recently surged in popularity out of relative obscurity. Anyone can spin up their own mastodon instance on
As I made a mental list of the parts, parameters, and arrangement of the homemade JARVIS; I realized that Amazone Echo would be
Your kindness seemed limitless and authentic. You spoke with enthusiasm, and were able to wrangle the attention of distracted and apathetic preteens.
As the year winds down, I’ll have a few 2-3 hour chunks of spare time to knock some fairly straight-forward toy projects. I have a trove of AutoCAD files and production level renders of the projects from
In late March of this year, I found myself looking for a small project that would land me far away from any kind of electronic screen. That ominous glow of the
This is just a brief list of recent books I consider worth a mention. I’ll try to revisit this post to update it on occasion.