Multi: creating lightweight desktop apps for macOS

made by hkgumbs, submitted by Mai
A tool that lets you create a custom, lightweight macOS app from a group of websites. Further reading on Kofi's blog:

Orbiting the Hénon Attractor

made by yurivish, submitted by Mai
The Hénon strange attractor is a system of two simple equations that gives rise to chaotic behavior. This is an exploration of building visualizations for it in Julia.

Partial Scaling – How to do Half a Multiplication

made by Malte Skarupke, submitted by Mai
A great blog post about dealing with the surprising trickiness of scaling 3D objects.

Chano Memes

made by jeancochrane, submitted by Mai
A Twitter propaganda bot that reads @mentions and automatically generates memes about Chance the Rapper running for mayor of Chicago.


made by mouse, submitted by Mai
A script that causes text to decay by converting a text file to an image, then OCRing the image back to a text file. Doesn't only work on Ozymandias, but does work on Ozymandias... on multiple levels.


made by opheliasdaisies, dylnuge, submitted by Mai
A great new spoiler feature for open source chat tool Zulip (everyone knows we're fans!), plus some good conversation in the PR comments that can help anyone gain a better understanding of how to contribute a feature to an open source application.

Roger Ebert x Amazon Prime

made by linstantnoodles, submitted by Mai
There are so many streaming options these days, it can be overwhelming. Save yourself a little time by using this list of Roger Ebert's favorite movies compiled by scraping both and Amazon's offerings.

What is Spatial Audio?

made by lazerwalker, submitted by Mai
A useful overview of what spatial audio is and what cool applications might be possible with Apple's new head-tracking APIs!

Building the perfect audio visualization

made by nemo, submitted by Mai
An audio visualizer for custom animated wallpaper that adds curve-based rendering to the spectrumyzer project.

Old Code Gets Younger Every Year

made by bellmar, submitted by Mai
A great blog post that explores and debunks common truisms about legacy systems and technical debt.