@_aitor generally true, depends on how puritannical the builders were :) The place I worked for took great delight in ripping MIDI hardware out of organs and replacing it with beautiful sensual wood+metal tracker systems
In London (@joviansalak)? Have a personal website/interested in having one? Go to Homebrew website club! indiewebcamp.com/events/2014-03-19-homebrew-website-club
Successfully built a basic EEG/ECG electrode pair @hakkavelin — got heartbeat readouts showing on an oscilloscope! Next up: building an amplifier, feeding into a computer via ADC, detecting brainwaves.
@aaronpk and replying using the same app — could this be the first indieweb conversation carried out entirely using a third party micropub app?
Also last night: second try cooking horse meat from kolaportið — attempting to make edible via boiling on low heat for 4 hours. Afterwards it was significantly more tender but still fairly disgusting — would not recommend buying. Maybe as dogfood.
Considering the possibility that preferring to use spaces over tabs for code indentation is indicative of excess complacency with the status quo of using complex text formats to express behaviour, and of the viewpoint that code is a static, inflexible material (think raster images vs vector)
Next up: cleaning code, implementing likes, distilling learnt knowledge into diagrams, code.
@aaronpk wow, so purple!
@schnarfed interesting combination! Going to have to give that a go…
@joelestewart awesome! Added to my watch list. Turnips were going to be my next guess :)
Confusing the coworkers with bagpipe music for International Bagpipe Day @ Vísar HQ
@joelestewart wow, what is A&T? Are those meringues playing gurdy and pipes?
@EvilTantek this is getting scary now
Snorri took @andr3 and myself out to Kleifarvatn last night — no aurora but plenty of amazing geology and photos! Not having a fancy camera I resorted to making some interesting effects with a torch in the snow:
Checked into the new Vísar HQ to join in #indiewebcampsf hack day a little late — working on lots of little fixes, timezones on my posts first up!
@schnarfed not sure what to think of this. On one hand it might push more webhosts to support “anything other than PHP” which would be great, on the other hand it’s probably going to add to the oft-parroted nonsense that PHP is inherently a bad language.