Trying out Void as my todo list.
Org mode for extensive notes and Void for tasks.
I think it's beautiful how imperfections make art. Software developers work really hard to add imperfections to art programs and CGI, because humans can sense when something is too perfect; we're made uncomfortable by it.
We love the grit and grain of the page and the graphite. The rough and irregular edges of ink and chalk. The imprecision of the human hand.
Don't be perfect. Be you. That's what people want. That's art.
Julia Evans is basically a superhero. https://jvns.ca/blog/2018/09/18/build-impossible-programs/
Good morning ☕ !
Today I will derail your day by showing you one of my favourite wikis:
I don’t agree with everything here, but in broad strokes, this author gets it! Programmers need to do better.
The greatest lesson I’ve learned in my life is that when I’ve said something to offend or hurt someone, even if it’s unintentional, to just apologize, the same way that if I accidentally stepped on your toe I would automatically say, “Oh, I’m sorry! Are you ok?”
(Rather than, “That wasn’t my intention and I didn’t do it on purpose, so you can’t be hurt. Your foot is feeling things that aren’t there! The pain isn’t real because I’m not a foot stepper! *That* person’s foot doesn’t hurt!”)
I got tired of being asxed the question, so I've finally done it:
I've created a merge request of my Tango Arrow brush into mainstream #GIMP.
It's a brush. In the shape of an arrow. It will solve literally 65% of all GIMP questions I get.
I doubt GIMP commits are merged based on popular vote, but if you agree that this is a sorely needed addition, go give this merge request a boost.