midi foot pedal(s) v1.0
midi foot pedal(s) v1.0
Infinite falling boxes
Or another version where the boxes shrink instead of just poofing out of existence.
Thoughts on the book Filterworld by Kyle Chayka
I see these things as ways of staying in the flow when you are working. Adam savage is great at this optimization of his workspace to make it more of an extension of himself instead of some external bulky thing that is awkward to use. Every time you are working on something and get taken out of the flow of it, you should write it down, and find a way to fix that process (organize your tools better, organize your stuff so you aren't off searching for things all day... etc)
An experiment on how to make the things you read more actionable; why read
if you aren't going to get anything out of it?
Noodling with Midi
Sometimes I'm on a computer that doesn't have a full DAW, and just want to fool around with a midi keyboard; use the keyboard as a simple piano to noodle around with some simple riffs. While searching around for programs to just play some sound when a midi event comes through, I came across: AU Lab from apple. It is a free program that allows you to just play some sounds on your midi instrument. (yes, I could use garage band, but it's slow, and makes my fan run.)i
An Andrew Huang video where he is using Ai generated beats to start a song; Interesting way to build a song, have the Ai generate a "feel" for you to work off of, and then change to your own liking.
Create Personalized Guided Meditations Using AI
What if, instead of the standard guided meditations on random topics that people typically encounter, you could have a tailored meditation targeting exactly what you're focusing on? Maybe you've grown tired of the lengthy introductions and commercials that many services insert into their meditations. Or perhaps, the meditation durations are never just right; either too short or too long.
Some ideas on dealing with ASCII tabs; playing them and writing them in vim.
Jump Ci, easily find the CI jobs
Jump Ci (jci) is a fun little script that documents in your git repo where all the
ci jobs are.
For example, lets say you are in
docker/container/myapp and you want to find the
ci job that builds that docker image and pushes it into prod. You would just
jci and like magic the ci pipeline opens in your browser.
Meetup.com makes it a pain to unsubscribe from groups. You have to click on each group, wait for the page to load, then click on the unsubscribe link, wait for the page to load, then click the unsubscribe link. Doesn't sound too horrible but when you have a bunch of groups it's pretty tedious. I can only assume that Meetup doesn't provide the functionality to do this because you being a member of a lot of groups is good for their metrics.