hello friends!

my work mainly involves programs and music, but also write and make visual art.

my interests are wide but include math, divination, bikes, types, procedural generation, harshness, and solidarity.

you will likely see me talking about uxn as well as various other projects i'm working on.

#introduction

@neauoire hey i think i'd like to move to merveilles.town (if the offer is still open?)

if anyone close to me asks for a viking funeral, i will put their corpse on a wooden raft and set it afire, then put it out to sea, despite it being illegal. because i am a good friend

uxn regex demo video 

basic search using regular expressions is working in femto (on uxn)

plastic-idolatry.com/erik/rx-s

✨️ I made a thing! 🎉️

Check out my brandnew webcomic, "Contra Chrome":

👉️ contrachrome.com

Subtitle: How #Google‘s browser became a threat to #privacy and #democracy.

Featuring Shoshana Zuboff, vegan Piranhas, and everything you ever wanted to know about #Chrome but were afraid to ask!

Read and download for free – hope you like it! 😊

And if you do, please spread the word! :boost_ok:

#BoostsWelcome
#comic #comics

uxn regex demo video 

basic search using regular expressions is working in femto (on uxn)

plastic-idolatry.com/erik/rx-s

It's still April 1st here, so here's a classic:

Find three integers in arithmetic progression whose product is a prime.

NO SPOILERS PLEASE !!!

Feel free to say you've got the answer, but don't give it away for people who might enjoy the challenge.

since it's april 1st i was worried about the amazon union announcement -- but it looks like it legitimate!

congrats to the staten island amazon workers!

started trying to integrate regex.tal into femto.tal.

so far it's pretty intense! i'm hitting up against the label limit (512) and having to restructure things a bit.

that said i'm fairly confident i can get this working.

random ui observation/complaint 

am i the only person that kind of hates all these relative time messages (e.g. 3 minutes ago)?

if things are marked with absolute time it's pretty easy for me to figure out how long ago they were. but when i see relative messages i'm often having to try to reverse-engineer what the actual time was and it's harder because i don't know how often the relative time is update, or what resolution it's using.

uxn ansi term editor 

here's a quick video showing off the (work-in-progress) interactive search

Also I forget whether or not I already said this but whoa #python peeps, the @internetarchive Python API is a thing of beauty: archive.org/services/docs/api/

Gorgeously pythonic and works exactly like you would hope - incredibly easy to pull off the shelf and start doing super cool things with straight away!

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got careless and lost my angband character to a giant roc on dungeon level 45

uxn stickers 

uxn stickers just arrived!

a nice addition to the laptop i use to write programs

found my first artifact of this angband run lying on the floor on level 35

(it was the Long Sword 'Elvagil')

playing angband while listening to some dungeon synth on a saturday afternoon. good times

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