software thought (might not actually make sense)
I am trying to imagine social media in a world without the internet as it exists today.
One option that occurs to me, assymetric cryotography as a substitution for user accounts and as a method for following.
The network is just a giant stream of encrypted posts, all signed with private keys. You have the public keys of the people you follow. Those posts get decrypted and displayed, the rest are discarded.
The UI does all the heavy lifting.
just noticed, and now cannot un-see, the derpyness of the "energyguide" logo that's mandated to be stuck to every american home appliance until time of purchase
look at that U, it looks like it was hastily cut from construction paper
the tiny leg on that R...
the D is taller and way heavier than the I...
oh! i just realized what this reminds me of: the "TF2 Build" font from Team Fortress!
here's a direct link to the video for my #RacketCon talk about using Racket to fabricate physical objects for my mechanical keyboard kit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSjk2PdQm5k&t=95m20s
links are available at https://technomancy.us/talks/in-production/
unfortunately audio cut out for a couple minutes in the middle but came back before too long
Beginnings of my solar raspberry pi 4 powered computer, built into a mechanical keyboard.
💭 i wonder if musicians have used FPGAs to make synthesizers
why hello there 😳