Hanging old ornaments that always entertain and making new ones: Mr. Seitan Man!
The intro post I've never made:
Hi I'm Tulsi, a queer trans woman, currently living on land stolen from the massacred Susquehannock people.
I recently quit my job making mapping software for electric/gas/water utilities.
I'm figuring out how to support myself while doing work that supports resilient networks of autonomous communities arising from mutual aid and trust.
I have a deep faith that there is a future for humanity that's worth fighting for.
Here for conversations with comrades
longboye meets forest longboye
Minor improvements in my STL unfolding code resulted in something that appears to be a Stanford Bunny.
The original planned obsolescence: menopause! Seems it should be celebrated- you're lucky to live to see it!
Also it's cool how the body does some things automatically (e.g. the pregnant body)...weird to witness body/behavioral changes you can't control. As much as it can be painful & difficult, I feel like men miss out on something awe inspiring here you kinda have to experience first-hand to appreciate.
drew this frog for school. based off frog picture on the right
I was thinking about ways that candy/sweets can be dispensed (lollipop, Pez, Bazooka comic, fortune cookie) and thinking we could apply this (fun) to more things.
How about pills or medicine? Seems everyone takes Nyquil. Maybe a fun way to dispense Nyquil tablets? Something that makes you smile or makes you use your hands.
Hi, this is me. Relevant words: Utah, failed (and retrying) student, Lisp, co-ops, Overwatch, incurably divergent. If you have a perfect analogy to communicate "a thing that gives value to disparate other things, and takes it from disparate other (but maybe the same sometimes) things and combines them"...then I want to hear it, because otherwise I'll just keep rereading Breaking Smart and grunting in frustration.
Interested in science, art, new tools, idiosyncratic ideas, mashups of nerdy things.
Mastodon instance for attendees of Refactor Camp, and members of various online/offline groups that have grown out of it. Related local groups with varying levels of activity exist in the Bay Area, New York, Chicago, and Austin.
Kinda/sorta sponsored by the Ribbonfarm Blogamatic Universe.
If you already know a few people in this neck of the woods, try and pick a handle they'll recognize when you sign up. Please note that the registration confirmation email may end up in your spam folder, so check there. It should come from administrator Zach Faddis.