This post was originally published on bavatuesdays https://bavatuesdays.com/tommasotv-pong-hits/ on August 29th 2020.
Tommy and I re-united for our second episode of TommasoTV. I’m always looking for an excuse to stream these days, and Tommy is always ready to share what he’s been developing, so we make a good pair. This episode covers … Continue reading →
This post was originally published on Memex 1.1 https://memex.naughtons.org/sunday-23-august-2020/31052/ on August 23rd 2020.
Quote of the Day ”To the ordinary working man, the sort you would meet in any pub on Saturday night, Socialism does not mean much more than better wages and shorter hours and nobody bossing you about.” George Orwell Musical … Continue reading →
This post was originally published on CogDogBlog https://cogdogblog.com/2020/08/cooking-with-as-metaphor/ on August 20th 2020.
The opening philosophical question here is, “What is a metaphor for a metaphor?” I leave that riddle for the end of this post, wherever it may end up. The blogging here has been a bit sporadic, I could pull out a sheaf of excuses from the overstuffed drawer- project business? pandemic fatigue? outside gardening? The […]
This post was originally published on Blog – Cal Newport http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/StudyHacks/~3/OrxGsrKYhGQ/ on August 14th 2020.
Here’s something that confuses me. One of the most important factors in a satisfying life is developing a career you enjoy. And yet, our national conversation on this complicated issue is laughably simple. We are, it seems, forced to bow down at the altar of an annoying little phrase: “Follow your passion.” This slogan presents […]
This post was originally published on Blog – Cal Newport http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/StudyHacks/~3/fi50JBAerNg/ on August 14th 2020.
Swimming to Shore At some point, early in my graduate school experience, I quit web surfing. Practically speaking, this means… I don’t have a stable of web sites to quickly cycle through when bored (this used to be a big part of my surfing habit). When I do visit a web site, it’s usually to […]
This post was originally published on Waxy.org http://lydiacambron.com/index.php/project/2020-an-isolation-odyssey/ on August 13th 2020.
outstanding quarantine-inspired shot-for-shot recreation of 2001: A Space Odyssey’s ending
This post was originally published on Waxy.org https://pudding.cool/projects/newsletter/ on July 27th 2020.
tracking the most popular links from other link-heavy newsletters
This post was originally published on Waxy.org https://github.com/felixrieseberg/macintosh.js on July 28th 2020.
an Electron app running Mac OS 8 emulating a 1991 Macintosh Quadra 900
This post was originally published on CogDogBlog https://cogdogblog.com/2020/06/no-knead-podcast/ on June 16th 2020.
https://prconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/ep012.mp3 Some recipes claim to be easy. This podcast was in the oven for almost three months, and the fault…
This post was originally published on Digital Inspiration https://www.labnol.org/code/download-speaker-notes-google-slides-200710 on June 10th 2020.
With Creator Studio , you can easily convert your Google Slides presentation into animated GIFs and video slideshows . The add-on can also extract speaker notes from your slides and export them as a text file in Google Drive. To get started, open…