Do you sometimes wish there were a small cooking wiki where we could all add recipes? Collaborate on something almost all of us do: food preparation. Well, if you're interested, I have a food wiki where I'm very slowly adding recipes of stuff I keep preparing. https://communitywiki.org/food/ I created it a while ago as a proof of concept because I was talking to @pinkprius and @wion about public recipe sites that are full of ads and trackers. I just never switched it off, so we can still use it. If you do add recipes of yours, I'll make sure there's an easy option to download the entire wiki. 😆
From a creative workflow perspective, I like this because all the creative thinking happens away from the computer. Lately I've found creative computing pursuits can benefit from a certain amount of detachment from the medium. Computers can sometimes get in the way of themselves.
Bumped my gel pen from 0.5mm to 0.7mm. The difference is not subtle.
The thing I'll miss is the contrast in thickness between my brush pen and my gel pen. It made things pop. But other than that, it feels great to write with. I very much like working with broad strokes.
CLIs are only popular because gui design stagnated. guis could be just as accessible, composable, understandable, keyboardable, copy pastable, *visable* loggable as CLIs. just no one has.. tried!
gui elements could log to a console. you should be able to type them in. we should be able to log charts graphs and pictures. why are we settling for a 1970s typewriter emulator that can’t even cope with mouse input in any way other than a hacky way?