I've written an article for ArsTechnica covering the history of what we were able to accomplish during my time in SNES emulation, as well as the last major piece that remains to be finished. Thanks to Kyle Orland for the amazing opportunity here!
This month, I fear for those who "grew up" and never let themselves create any more. Who have never expressed their feelings except by talking to people, and who are stuck at home alone for the first time in their lives, and are deciding to stream GoT or Walking Dead or something cheerful like that.
If you know this person, encourage them to take up... something. Anything. Pick up the childish thing they abandoned.
She lit the candles and invoked the demon's name.
"I am summoned for thy bidding."
She showed her app.
"Will this work?"
The demon studied the sigils, pentagram, and animations on the phone.
"Can I give you an alias?"
"Only names borne by no angel or demon."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
*throwing a temper tantrum, rolling around on the floor*
I DON'T WANT TO BE THE MOST ADULT PERSON IN THE ROOM
SOMEONE ELSE BE OLD AND REASONABLE I DON'T WAAANNAAAAA
Back after 10 months and @fribbledom has actually delivered an alpha for a client :) yay \o/
New blog post: Security, Backups, and Update Woes Part 2 https://f5n.org/blog/2020/security_backups_update_woes_ii/
New blog post: Update Woes https://f5n.org/blog/2020/update-woes/
New blog post: Home Server https://f5n.org/blog/2020/home-server/
New blog post: A Static Site Generator https://f5n.org/blog/2020/a-static-site-generator/
New blog post: First steps with WSL https://f5n.org/blog/2020/first-steps-with-wsl/
New blog post: 2019 in review https://f5n.org/blog/2019/2019-in-review/
New blog post: Advent of Code 2019 https://f5n.org/blog/2019/advent-of-code-2019/
New blog post: Tools for Windows: 2019 edition https://f5n.org/blog/2019/tools-windows-2019/
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