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- was fine :)
- p10g looking promising
- Took a break from above to attend fellowship of the link and it was great.
- talked to editors, they said good progress but needs more work -- as expected :)
- looking forward to continuing work on it, interleaving with personal life happily
- en flancia hay un ágora, and flancia is in the agora
- flancia book
- agora chapter
watching bryan cantrill's talk about letting kids be kids again. no venture funding. agree that founders are significantly underrated - think about the inneficiency of your work! don't you just want to sit down and do something cool! something that you love!
procrastinating on emails to close out the semester. dreaming of bitwig studio and watching PC music videos like i'm fourteen again. I love it. I love this. I missed this. I'm finally DJing and I love music. Berklee Network Orchestra changed my life. Lil Data changed my life. If it doesn't exist I'm going to build it myself. Write it myself. New UI. Contributed to HumbleUI. I will build all the fundamental technology that would otherwise get in my way until I make my computer the ideal creative machine, and I will use it to create.
but first i have to work a hell of a lot more than i do now.
graphics programming comes first. humble ui is fun but i'm skeptical of jvm and it's important to master things at a low level. first i'll nail sdl2, then i'll investigate sideloading in some opengl work, then after this i'll branch out to check out some of the more modern work done with zig and rust innovation. humbleui will be on the list. we need some higher-level substrate for making these things that isn't web, but i think the foundation might come from zig and rust and c and linked to a programming language via the C abi, as things have always been done. is clojure the best way to go? not sure. what's the high level language of the desktop and the future? i have no idea. but i love emacs. and i want every program to feel as smooth and fluid and as thought-out.
Stacks seem like the formulation of ICT into capitalist vehicles - hence relevance to my study.
The last two chapters of Radical Technologies are gold.