Most of my desktops are photos I took myself, so the older ones are fairly low resolution by modern standards
Flexibility and infinite configurability is not a good thing in and of itself. The documentation for Fabric cannot straightforwardly state how to get things done, but instead bounces around like a puppy saying you could do it this way or you could do it the other way or you could do it like this. This is a problem, not a solution.
When you turn on a tv in #animalcrossing you can see that the adults all have normal adult proportions whereas the villagers have proportions more similar to the child. When you consider all the villagers are making a life for themselves on deserted islands, spending their time catching bugs and singing in the plaza, it becomes apparent that the AC world is actually a dreamy idealized version of Lord of the Flies
TIL There are mini truck garden contests in Japan
The “kei” trucks are barely larger than city cars. The goal is to build the most aesthetically pleasing garden in the truck bed
@Aleums one of my fav things about neural nets working with cat pictures is that so much of the source imagery it learns from has IMPACT TEXT on it. so it learns that cats look like that, that it's a part of a cat.
I built a Zlant, an eccentric staggered 40% mechanical keyboard. Wrote about it on my blog!
Australian-born programmer living and working in Oxford, England. He/him
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