So this might not be the game I saw it in but Twin Kingdom Valley on C64 has this.
Anyone know of open source automated was of achieving this?
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Web CMS question
What CMSs are you setting up for clients and collaborators lately?
I still really like the flat file and static site approach but I haven't had great success in motivating editors and end users about markdown and file directories etc.
I'm not a PHP fan, I would like to find something in Python Flask as I have found that it strikes the right balance for me. I do know a few people that use Process Wire, is that still a thing? @raphael I think?
Quokka CMS looked very promising to me but is dead in the water. Wagtail and Django look great but feel really huge for the relatively simple and small (portfolio type) websites I usually make with/for people.
I'm close to setting up a Wordpress but can't get exited about it, need to broaden my horizons. What are you peeps using?
"Fixed Feedback is a collection of two scripts for applying a video feedback effect onto statitc images. This effect is typically achieved by using video synthesiser and plugging the output into one of its inputs, creating an endless repetition of an image"
nice one @hellocatfood !!
Here's a preview of the presentation I did for Nerd Nite London where I talked about live coding and also included some drum machines https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMTIdAGu0R4
The most difficult part of it was routing supercollider to zoom whilst still being able to use a microphone. Otherwise enjoyable.
One good thing I did recently was a Guest Conductor spot over at The Coding Train https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vhzFc-sDMQ
It was really great to talk about live coding to new audiences and also highlight the work of my friends and peers.
excellent thread by my excellent former coworker Georgia about the fsf/rms situation
More words, reasons and thoughts on this fresh blog-post:
I know I posted about it before, but it turns out that https://www.onemotion.com/chord-player/ does midi in, midi out, and syncs up with its accompanying drum sequencer if you open it in another tab. i am using this all to practice drum sequencing but it has All The Chords. you could learn real music theory with this and it's in a *browser tab*. that's so cool!
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