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Voiceliner via Max Krieger [Shared]

I have an upcoming trip to Vienna next month and might try out this app for keeping a journal of the trip. I have kept a handwritten journal of past trips, but sometimes it becomes too time-consuming to write down everything while it is happening. I like the inclusion of the location feature, too, to aid in remembering the places we visited. – Douglas The fastest way to capture and structure your thoughts: through voice. Hold record, say what you want, and release. Just like you'd expect from an outliner, create hierarchies and rearrange. Notes are auto-transcribed and searchable, but you can always play back the audio. Automatically attach location to notes. Remember walks you took, and which places sparked what ideas. Read Voiceliner via Home | Max Krieger An interesting link found among my daily reading
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Building a Generative Art Gallery with P5.js — Rich Tabor via Rich Tabor

TLDR; I built a generative art creation flow that is fully autonomous: generating art daily from creative code, and publishing to Instagram and WordPress without any human input. Cool, eh? Creative coding — programming towards a visual pursuit, instead of functional, is a medium that I’ve wanted to personally explore for some time now. I love that it’s a mass of creativity, somewhere between design and programming, which is right up my alley. Read Building a Generative Art Gallery with P5.js — Rich Tabor via Rich Tabor An interesting link found among my daily reading

Beautiful random maps in a hand-drawn style via Boing Boing

Watabou's Perilous Shores draws maps of fantastic lands in a handsome hand-made style that understates the growing sophistication of the generator. Each map has a selection of interesting locales—towns, dungeons, geographic features—to ignite the imagination. And various options allow you to tweak all of it, including the stylization. Read Beautiful random maps in a hand-drawn style | Boing Boing  An interesting link found among my daily reading

The Ultimate Google Sheets Toolkit via Airboxr [Shared]

A curated list of Google Sheets resources to supercharge your analysis, manage your workflow, or build expertise in advanced analytics. Read The Ultimate Google Sheets Toolkit via Revenue Analytics Platform for Shopify stores | Airboxr An interesting link found among my daily reading

A Remote Controlled Robotic Dog Inspired by the Design of Theo Jansen's Walking Strandbeest Sculptures via Laughing Squid [Shared]

  The Q science channel engineer skillfully built a remote-controlled dachshund with legs inspired by the same mechanical design pioneered by Theo Jansen for his Strandbeest kinetic sculptures. The pup was built out of plywood and responded to a controller that was also made in the shape of a little wiener dog. If you want a dog but for some reasons can’t – here is an answer. Build robotic dog out of plywood. It won’t replace the real dog, but better than nothing The unique design coincidentally gave the wooden canine the very distinctive waddle of the dachshund breed. Read A Remote Controlled Robotic Dog Inspired by the Design of Theo Jansen's Walking Strandbeest Sculptures via Laughing Squid An interesting link found among my daily reading

Animated Drawings [Shared]

Bring children's drawings to life, by animating characters to move around!   Upload a drawing of ONE character, where the arms and legs don’t overlap the body (see examples below). CHECKLIST Make sure the character is drawn on a white piece of paper without lines, wrinkles, or tears. Make sure the drawing is well lit. To minimize shadows, hold the camera further away and zoom in on the drawing. Don’t include any identifiable information, offensive content (see our community standards), or drawings that infringe on the copyrights of others. Read Animated Drawings via An interesting link found among my daily reading

12 Useful Python One-Liners You Must Know via MUO

  Python is known for its short and clear syntax. Due to the simplicity of Python, it's sometimes referred to as “executable pseudocode”. You can make Python programs more concise using one-liner codes. This will help you save time and write code in a more Pythonic way. In this article, you'll learn 11 Python one-liners that will help you code like a pro. Read 12 Useful Python One-Liners You Must Know via MUO An interesting link found among my daily reading