Hi, I'm Will! I'm a 19-year-old cute NB trans girl, and I wanna do cool things with games! ✨
Currently I'm a CS/game design student at DigiPen in Redmond. I don't do much besides that at the moment, but I have a few game/writing/music projects on the side that I should dive into one of these days!
I love hanging out on Mastodon and meeting folks with similar interests, or just listening to people talk about their passions! Come say hi, I love making friends c:
My tastes are all over the place, but I generally like games with good stories! I'm a sucker for meta because I'm a dork, but like, what other form of media can do shit like that?
I'm also fond of racing games. I'm a passive car nerd, and I enjoy driving (in real life as well as in games!). I'm not partial to a specific type of racer, as long as it gives me a nice sophisticated set of physics I can learn! (This applies beyond racing games, too!)
Hey #Fediverse. When you post pictures, please please please with puppies on top fill in that description box for the visually impaired. You will be helping us out tremendously. We want to enjoy your pictures as much as others do. You don't have to write a novel, but just fill in some details.
Thanks with much love:
A Blind Dude
politics, midterms, positive Show more
A transgender woman is now the Democratic nominee for governor in Vermont https://www.cnn.com/politics/live-news/primary-elections-results-august-14/h_cc611965245ae81556a84c730c3516aa
Wondering what to put in the description field on an image? A quick guide:
1. Just say what's in the image--you don't need to say it's an image.
2. Describe only what's relevant to the conversation. "Annalee writing in a notebook" or "An example of candid portraiture" or "A person using a fountain pen" are all good captions of the same image, in different contexts.
3. All text that's meant to be read should be transcribed. Screencap? Transcribe. Sign in background of selfie? Don't transcribe.
Remember the effort to get our #fennec build a new icon?
You can now finally vote for the alternatives here: https://forum.f-droid.org/t/poll-vote-on-new-icon-for-fennec/3513/2
Error: Error! Error: error description: alert! Error occurred: the following error occurred: the error
has occurred. A description of the error follows:
“Error: the a computer an has done Gone fuck”
[me, surrounded in computers, not knowing what to do with them] aaaaaaaaaaaaa
Oh christ, Bethesda sent their lawyers after someone reselling a never-used copy of a game on Amazon Marketplace. https://www.polygon.com/2018/8/11/17661254/bethesda-sell-used-games-amazon-block
I spent a bit of time this evening writing a userscript and userstyle (I use them with a Fluid app wrapper) to make Mastodon feel a little more like a desktop app.
• Mobile-style tab bar is a sidebar
• Floating compose icon is on the left
• “Getting started” has a label
• All scrollbars are 100% native
You can get the CSS and JS here: https://gist.github.com/ticky/8acf2350e7883c626e4902633a8f3dc6
Oh fuck, Wired found out how to get us 😱
Android, "tech news", cynical fake headline from me Show more
Android Device Manufacturers and Carriers Introduce Vulnerabilities Via Bloatware and Slow Updates; Android Nerds Unsuprised
we're here, we're queer, we're painfully sincere
Looking into a physical Linux install using an arch-based distro. Is there a better way make a list of packages you'd want to install besides writing it all in a text file? A way to track dependencies (so I can choose programs with similar dependencies) would be nice too
Okay, if what I was doing before wasn't an Android crime, *this* is.
I just circumvented Android's app sandboxing by giving the Password Store app read/write/chdir permissions to my password repository, which resides in the Termux app data directory (i.e. my home directory!).
So now I can sync my passwords over Keybase encrypted git, and the Password Store app can access it seamlessly!
(Well...almost seamlessly. There's a couple flaws to this approach, but none I can't work around. 😅)
Computers are fucked up, but let's make 'em better. (And help the rest of the world, while we're at it.)
This page describes the mastodon.social instance - wondering what Mastodon is? Check out joinmastodon.org instead! In essence, Mastodon is a decentralized, open source social network. This is just one part of the network, run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!
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