I had to drop out for a month to deal with taxes and keep porting this site. I’m catching up, and this article is a meandering mess that goes nowhere, so, if you value your time, don’t even read it.
I was porting the Hamurabi code to run with React, built the UI, and got a little confused about where to keep game state. Many coders seem to have this problem, according to the tutorials.
Continue reading Application State Study (Hamurabi Port)
I’ve been feeling kind of burnt out lately, and the clutter’s gone full hoard because I found a bunch of medical supplies for free. Now I need to get rid of them. It’s fun, but also kind of boring, and the clutter is aggravating.
Continue reading Cheered Up by Inbound Links 🙂
I’ve been away from this blog for a few months while I learned to sell things on Ebay, and it has been a real learning experience. I won’t go into it too much, but it was really time-consuming. The good news is that this education didn’t cost too much money, and it’s almost at the point where Ebay selling could cover my rent and some bills. It’s also improved my understanding of SEO and landing pages for ecommerce, as well as my understanding about inventory, capital, seasonal sales, and revenue.
I’ll be back to writing about programming soon.
I’m selling a keyboard, the Y-SU61, that, in this specific version, has a keyboard UX issue fixed. Most of the other Y-SU61s don’t have this issue fixed… so these product names are not necessarily meaningful. Continue reading Keyboard UX Fixed, by Logitech… but it never caught on.
This tutorial explains how to make the “LOLCats” or “Meme” font so popular with the kids today. You can see a lot of these on the 4Chan /b/ channel, but don’t go there if you have any illusions that our society isn’t full of degenerates. The meme font is Impact Condensed, but to get the right “look”, you need to create a black outline around the regular font letters. Continue reading Make Meme/LOLCats Text with the GIMP