Bookfluencers are so out of pocket.
"Ready for my list of underrated scifi/fantasy?
Babel-17 (Nebula winner, Hugo nominee)
A Memory Called Empire (Hugo winner, Nebula nominee, Locus nominee, ACC nominee, etc.)
The Haunting of Tram Car 015 (Hugo, Nebula, and Locus nominee)"
You know, you can just say "here's a list of books I like" without pretending they're obscure things that no one else appreciates.
Q: "Hello, I'm having trouble installing your software. I get the error 'exit code: 1'."
A: "Try A or B."
Q: "I still get the same error, 'FileNotFoundError: [WinError 2]: The system cannot find the file specified' when it tries to run bash."
A: "...that's not the same error. Also, you would have saved us both time if you had mentioned that you were trying to install it on an unsupported OS."
This is my first time working with a microcontroller, and it's been a lot of fun.
I gave my espresso machine a brain. I particularly like the animated splash screen, which starts out black and fills up in a satisfyingly glitchy way: https://github.com/flowerysong/ESPress0x20/blob/5b6b71ee653496ffb639b069b10bea96112f9484/ESPress0x20.ino#L194-L219
In 2021 I read 57,174 pages across 213 books. (Plus or minus a few hundred pages, because Goodreads page counts aren’t always accurate.)
Love it when you help someone write code to convert a really terrible input format that you presume is from an external source into a data structure, and then the next day find out they were creating that data in the previous step and had full control over the format. So they can just directly output the structured data they needed, instead of parsing positional fields.