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You need to understand how much I love trees

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You need to understand how much I love trees

A game where instead of controlling units directly you change their AI using visual programming blocks. Something like age of empires etc

I've touched every file in my repository, I think its to to start commiting

How many tests must an assembler pass before you can call it an assembler?
The answer my friend is recompiling

I think I'm going to try to germinate some yellow cedar seeds. Step 1 collect the seeds.

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read all technical documentation in your best valley girl accent

just found this on "gem"ini gemini://astrobotany.mozz.us/a
Pretty cool stuff. Who would have thought there would be games on gemini?

The risc v assembler project is still on. Its just been going slow as I have to research a lot of stuff thats new to me

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1. Browsing the internet will never be secure as long as web pages can execute arbitrary JavaScript.

2. For security reasons, a password manager should never integrate with a web browser.

The following website shows why these two points are true.

spookjs.com/

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is now OUT in public alpha!

There's still much work and a couple more features left to add, but I'm personally a little burnt out. It's totally usable though!

Download it here: HTTP Gemini

If you want to play a shitty game of pong here you go...

Doesn't really work in firefox with resistfingerprinting enabled ;)

tilde.club/~chmod777/tech_demo

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the fall 2021 tape is out now! apologies this one took so long, life is busy & life with a newborn baby is triple-busy.

as mentioned in the liner notes, cover art has been added to all the mp3 files so, if that's your thing, snag the files again or grab the archives!

gemini://konpeito.media

please be well. 💕

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My phone has its date in DD/MM/YYYY. This almost fucked me when I went to deposit a check from my phone. I had to write the date on the check for the app. Thankfully I could go into the branch and they sorted it out.

Why do we use MM/DD/YYYY?

Oh wow I had too caffine... this is uncomfortable

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Guix pernunciation

xml namespace gibberish 

Just added some licenses information embedded in an svg. I'm not sure if I'm doing it right what do you think.

<metadata id="license"
xmlns:rdf="w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-n"
xmlns:dc="purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/"
xmlns:cc="creativecommons.org/ns#">

<rdf:RDF>
<cc:Work rdf:about="http://.../my_image.svg">
<dc:format>image/svg+xml</dc:format>
<dc:type rdf:resource="purl.org/dc/dcmitype/StillImag" />
<dc:creator>chmod777</dc:creator>
<dc:title>...</dc:title>
<dc:description>...</dc:description>
<cc:license rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/licenses/b" />
</cc:Work>
<cc:License rdf:about="creativecommons.org/licenses/b">
<cc:lecalcode rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/licenses/b" />
<cc:permits rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#Reprodu" />
<cc:permits rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#Distrib" />
<cc:permits rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#Derivat" />
<cc:requires rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#Notice" />
<cc:requires rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#Attribu" />
<cc:requires rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#ShareAl" />
<cc:prohibits rdf:resource="creativecommons.org/ns#Commerc "/>
</cc:License>
</rdf:RDF>
</metadata>

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