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Experimenting with a new document format for my zettelkasten system (in the hopes of making it more "zetty"). Text goes in one end, tagged chunks come out the other:

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@welshpixie i am a little self conscious about the picture, but i was a little distracted drawing it because i can't find all my kobolds all of a sudden

Pitchy Vocals in the end credits music for Book of Boba Fett. I always imagine some tired kid belting their lungs out in some dimly lit recording studio in LA.

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How to draw a mushroom house.

Off you go, then. I expect to be inundated with mushroom houses within the hour.


Figured out a clever way to import int my zet the curated list of interesting links I've been making over the past year or so:

Will be trying to do more batch imports in the future.

About to step up my game. With any luck, things should be more granular with many more tags.

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Hello Mastodon art people! I’m Julia, an illustrator and naturalist from Germany. I’ve quit all social media a few years ago because addictive algorithms, ads, infinite scrolling and tracking surveillance were killing my creativity.
Mastodon is likely the last social media experiment I’ll try. Here are some birds for you, because although I’ve left Twitter, I love drawing birds.
#MastoArt #art #illustration #birds #watercolor #TraditionalArt


The chocolate croissant I made this morning decided to ooze :)

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Dang nabbit, one day I'll get this toot right.

Drew another wee skullsnail. Marked sensitive for catoon skull, snail, tiny creepy crawly #MastoArt

Notes I've been taking on "The Algorithm Design Manual" By Steven S Skiena:

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I just moved from @fblchrstn to @derstrudel@post.lurk. I have a background in robotics and neuroscience research, with a focus on dynamic neural fields I integrate that background into my artistic work, focusing on analog computation, neuromorph hardware and emergent patterns.
Since years i develop and teach electronics to kids and adults, trying to convey a relaxed and curious approach to robotics.
I enjoy car-free living and i love my foldable bike.
Thanks for having me on lurk, forever lurking.

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Hey there! I'm Lucie/Lime, I'm from France.

I've been around the fediverse since 2017 and the Lurk community since 2018.

I'm a backend/software developer, a VJ/visualist and DJ.

I like to dig many different fields such as linguistics, computer science and chemistry.

Nice to meet y'all!

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Hello! I'm new here, so here's my .

I'm a career software geek. I spend my fun time playing with , , and ,
usually not all at once. I'm more focused on music at the moment, modular synthesizers in particular. I'm active in the Colorado Modular Synth Society. I'm also playing around a bit with visualizations using Hydra, mostly for creating videos to accompany my music. Maybe someday I'll have something significant to show.

Life is busy right now, and I am easily distracted, so I plan to lurk awhile.

A brief guide to me:

I "organize" many projects and ideas on my personal wiki:

I talk about what I'm currently working on in my "now" page:

I keep a list of projects I've done:

I use "metapages" to better organize thoughts and wiki pages:

For more research-y stuff, I maintain a zettelkasten-wiki that functions as a knowledge base:

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Hi, I'm Paul. I'm a computer musician and researcher, currently thinking about lyricism what it means for a computer to sing. I explore quirky vocal synthesis DSP algorithms and try to control them in interesting ways.

As a musician-turned-programmer, one of the things I try to do is build resources for topics related to audio programming and DSP that I wish I had when I was starting out. My aim is to empower digital musicians to "dig in" more and craft their own toys and tools for their work.

I also bake a lot. Expect many pictures of bread and croissants here, among other things.

Palestrina seems to be quite earworm resistant. I've been passively listening to the same 2 hours for a few weeks now. For the most part, it just floats along.

Brot brot brot brot 

Today's batch of baguettes yielded a very browned crust. Not exactly sure what I did differently this time to do that, but I'm not complaining. Many delicious sandwiches in the near future for me.

Brot post 

Fresh rolls to go with the pasta. Naturally.

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Pasta post 

Thursday is fresh pasta night :)

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