I made a cheat sheet! For #pandoc! A bunch of frequently-used options and a barrel of examples for your document-conversion pleasure.
Two experiments in one! This one's for me. Needed a metal core because I wanted to make a thumb ring that I could use as a bottle opener. Also never bent a wood liner for a copper ring before. Results with smoked eucalyptus turned out pretty nice.
#bentwoodring #copper #jewelry #mastoart #shiny #bottleopener #handmade #experiment
It can’t be April 1st. I’m sure it isn’t
“For the first time ever, Microsoft will distribute its own version of Linux”
“After 43 years, this is the first day that we are announcing, and will be distributing, a custom Linux kernel...”
THE CURRENT STATE OF LINUX VIDEO EDITING 2018
Seth Kenlon, @klaatu 's pal, has written an excellent overview article on video editors for *nix platform(s), including both FOSS and proprietary options.
The situation is rosy!
Super useful for Linux users who are or want to get into film and video.
I've been getting good feedback on my "Social Media for Creative Curmudgeons" series of blog posts. One of the things I've heard from a couple people has been the danger of wasting your time on social media. Either you get sucked into a time sink or you just get overwhelmed by the general superficiality of the place. How exactly does a person stomach such an environment and try to make effective use of it?
With any luck, I've got a few answers: http://monsterjavaguns.com/blog/social-media-for-creative-curmudgeons-part-3-what-if-i-hate-people/
A day or two later than I wanted, but here's the second part of my little blog series on social media for creative curmudgeons. This time, the focus is on Facebook. This post is a bit more nuts and bolts than the last one, but there's still quite a lot on mindset. Anyhow, I'd love to hear your thoughts!