Extremely cursed UI at neverwinter.fandom.com/wiki/Ring_of_Warding
Amazon.com product question humour finds its way to some unexpected products…
#TIL that Cebuano-speaking Wikipedians are vastly more thorough in cataloguing the world’s various “Goat Islands” than their English-speaking counterparts, although they neglect the more artistic uses of the phrase. Compare: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goat_Island vs https://ceb.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goat_Island
English-speaking wikipedians would have you believe that Canada only boasts a measly two Goat Islands, but the admirable Cebuano-speaking wikipedians reveal that the true number is sixteen times greater, coming second only to the US, which clocks in at almost one hundred.
The map of Chilean Goat Islands is possibly my new favourite wikipedia graphic:
Today’s late-night puredata madness: creating a 7-limit just intonation abstraction which takes standard 12TET MIDI note numbers and spits the 7-limit just version, expressed as a decimal MIDI note number:
Each canvas has a receive ID of $0- plus the symbol for the relevant filter mode, making the message sending for changing the colours easy.
[biquad~] clicks and pops when changing coefficients, which is annoying when they’re coming from the [filterview] UI. The best way I found of smoothing them was to alternate between two biquad~ objects and crossfade between them over 3ms. This approach, while a little cludgy, is probably generalisable to a lot of similar Pd situations where smooth transitions are desirable.
Halfhearted attempt by a knitwear company at reimagining the gender binary??
Merry Xm! Wherever you are, whatever you do, look around you.
Openstreetmap predicts the effects of climate change: