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countless screaming argonauts @bootjack@cybre.space

retoot if youre gay, lactose intolerant, or a communist. no one will know which

scifi Show more

If you're designing a retro interface, use amber instead of lime green, or at least have it as an option. Amber is way easier on the eyes. There's a reason most old monochrome CRT terminals were amber.

Boost this if you have no idea what you're doing.

New folks: CW your political posts, please. Political shitposting also qualifies. We have a culture here of voluntary participation with political content.

cybre ≠ cyber

cybre describes an optimism, a hope for the possibility of technology rather than a fear of its oppression
cybre represents the reality of what is now possible, in addition to the mythology of what was thought possible
cybre belongs to the indomitable individuals and indefatigable communities who have carved out a home in an invisible layer above reality

also cybre was available as a domain name

tired of scifi shows/films about awful things happening to fashionable people.

Happy 35th Anniversary to Lode Runner!

This is how all Astrology talk sounds to me.

(Source: AnotherBondiBlonde on Tumblr)

When I'm listening to an album and the player is accidentally on shuffle.

food Show more

what i mean by "pixel-based" fractals: instead of iteratively subdividing a shape, i look at set of pixels as a rule and build.

(I also finally got around to writing a program that draws Levy C Curves.)

Been doodling with pixel-based fractals in mtpaint. It's amazing how much a Sierpinski Carpet changes when you remove one pixel from the atomic unit.

dear website designers:

that thing you do, where i scroll down and down and when i hit the bottom of the article, oh whoops! suddenly i'm at the top of a completely different page?

that is fucking abysmal design. it's user hostile. it makes your website unusable. it makes me NEVER EVER want to come back to your website. for anything. more to the point, it tells me that YOU don't want to use your website either. and nor do the people who pay you.