https://soundcloud.com/zachary-storer/seashell-tea-cups-for-two <-- A composition of mine. It really starts two minutes in. Inspired heavily by Debussy and Coltrane.
https://soundcloud.com/zachary-storer/tuning-to-the-stars-draft2 <-- I'm still working on this symphony I'm composing. I want to add some strings parts soon, and full melodies. This clip is from a few years ago.
I have a simple improvised style I guess. Each piece is totally different however, except that I like hats.
@amylsacks Your collage art kind of reminds me of how I'm doing it. Although, I like how you approach it with non-euclidean geometries it looks like. Your art reminds me of this MIT Press book: http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/fourth-dimension-and-non-euclidean-geometry-modern-art-revised-edition
Salvador Dali melting clock earrings.
Another improvised ricepaper-style sketch from about a month ago.
Here is an improvised sketch I did about a month ago.
Cool. So I'm going to host a new blog on GitLab rather than GitHub.
Interested in FreeDOS? Then check out this introduction from one of its maintainers https://opensource.com/article/18/4/gentle-introduction-freedos
A collection of things I made for people new to #Mastodon, based on questions I commonly see in the public timelines during influxes of new folks. :)
Privacy settings: https://dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/99766026886377926
Local vs. federated timelines: https://dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/99766033723472311
How to find and interact with toots that haven't reached your instance yet: https://dev.glitch.social/@cassolotl/99766038792455458
a tulip is a tulip is a tulip...
I can ramble on and on, especially while sitting here looking out a lazy window, drinking some hot tea.
>> I'm a recursive <<comment
> Oh, thank<<than>>k<goodness! I thought you were just a student of vim.
nah. :-). I like pizza too. It's ok cphuntington97. Just eat some pizza and move on.
For example, the Pell grant doesn't want to allow English majors to take too many Mathematics classes. <--- this is scary in my opinion.
I have nothing against college majors, but it just seems a bit limiting when you have to so rigidly conform to a stereotyped system of courses that match what a major requires, even to the point of college funding.