@stevestreza This is dark territory. I had to try to find something like this for a client last year. It’s a nightmare of semi-functional hardware and stomach churning design.

Have fun! 🙂

They're here!

Alora's Tear, Volume IV: Circlets and Seekers paperbacks are available now at the Barham Ink Etsy shop, on Amazon, or other online retailers. However you get your copy, thanks so much. I hope you enjoy the first stage of Askon’s new journey.

It’s still strange to see my stories in real life physical book form. 😁

barhamink.com/publishing/2018/ twitter.com/NateBarham/status/

If you were wondering why most photos of the Pyramids in Giza always seem to be from the same angle, this is why

Because of the extensive tourism, they built a highway right up to site. And with tourism and traffic come shops. Businesses get money and they build houses and yet more shops, and so on...

The end result is a city which kinda ruins the mood if you want your pyramid photo to have the “lost in the desert” vibe

US Open + 

Oh my goodness. I slept through the match, so have caught up on replay clips, but Oh. My. Two history makers. Two very strong women. Two movers who are role models.

Hands up to both of them.

@ticky If you enjoy this genre, try the format-bending Breath of the Wild for simulated experience of reward denial, because the inventory is always full when you open a chest and all your weapons are broken when you enter an unexpected major fight.

Today's fun fact: Forests are inherently socialist. Seriously.

In a forest, most plants are linked together by an underground network of mycorrhizal fungi. Via the fungi, the plants share resources around so that they can all benefit. Wha's more, the plants contribute more or less depending on how much they have. Plants with more resources contribute more to their community, helping to nurture the small, young, and weak ones.

This is one of my favourite random pieces of knowledge!

💚☀️🌳

Today's fun fact: Forests are inherently socialist. Seriously.

In a forest, most plants are linked together by an underground network of mycorrhizal fungi. Via the fungi, the plants share resources around so that they can all benefit. Wha's more, the plants contribute more or less depending on how much they have. Plants with more resources contribute more to their community, helping to nurture the small, young, and weak ones.

This is one of my favourite random pieces of knowledge!

💚☀️🌳

Who inspired me this week?
Colin Kaepernick
Kamala Harris
Barack Obama
Cory Booker
Serena Williams

I love this change from Polygon. Recommendations are much more useful to me at this point in my life than bickering over a score. There’s a ton of games out there, and I only have so much time. I mostly just need to know: “What, besides the obvious, should I be playing?”

polygon.com/reviews/2018/9/4/1

@pcperini The blue that appears at the top of the list after making a post or boost is nice, but it doesn’t ever disappear for me.

Mastodon's web interface should probably treat all local and federated timeline media as potentially NSFW and hide the thumbnails by default. Put a toggle button at the top so it's easy to flip the switch when it's safe, though.

Cuz I totally just saw some things that cannot be unseen when I accidentally clicked on the local timeline button while sitting here in a public coffee shop with people standing behind me. Just sayin'. @Gargron

Zelda: BotW 

There is literally no video game weapon more satisfying than the Ancient Arrow.

@pcperini After more use,

CW is pretty but maybe too low contrast for people with low vision. Also, I can’t figure out how I’m supposed to tap it to reveal: the icon, icon and title, the whole area left to right that contains icon and title? I’d suggest the last option.

I love the use of white space. It’s a noticeable difference from other apps.

@jessicadennis Maui Jims here too. Love their lenses. I also love Revos when they offer a style I like. I always choose frameless or very thin frames.

@chartier I’m a fan of Maui Jim. Love those lenses. Real life-changers. My issue with cheap glasses is they’ve always hurt my face after only a short amount of time. A good pair of Oakleys or Maui Jims or Revos never hurt, regardless of how long I wear them.

@pcperini Nice app icon. I like the clean look of the app, especially the CW flag. I wish I could reply to this from the notifications pane.

Other items:
1. Follow button is nice art but hard to read
2. Notification circle seems too large for the other icons
3. Scrolling has some hitching (on an iPhone X)
4. Crash when swiping to see a thread
5. All bottom row icons seem a bit small vs the space

@40Tech I just generally like the Touch Bar and hope to see it spread across the line where it can. I haven’t gone into customization yet. I actually enjoy a lot of the default implementations.

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