A small zine about two tools I love to use when I'm playing around & lightly sketching or prototyping to figure out what I want to do:
A web app that helps you learn to sight read. Hook up a midi keyboard and try it here: https://aceofheart5.github.io/WebMidiLearning/.
A tool that, given a link, will crawl various sources to get interesting details about that link, including *other* links in the comments on news aggregators.
A deep dive into the inner workings of printing strings in several languages, with a focus on how Zig balances simplicity and control.
A philosophical essay exploring computer security, the language of machines, and the difference between how they exist and how we expect them to exist.
A remix of Postlight's Account https://github.com/postlight/account providing an interactive in-browser calculator to help you set your hourly freelancing rate.
Useful for those of us spending lots of time inside, Chris's air quality monitor uses a PurpleAir Air Quality Monitor, Raspberry Pi, and a breadboard with an LED -- when the LED blinks, it's time to open a window.
Circumventing complicated physics math by using reinforcement learning to train agents to accomplish random tasks
A command line tool that helps you track conferences and meetups.