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@micahstubbs 3h
a delightful longform look at a day in the data mines
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@micahstubbs 3h
Replying to @tophtucker
at 2800 words in was convinced that 'Tony' was in fact , shadowing himself
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TOoᴼᵒº˙⁰0₀ₒ.·ph 5h
On October 3 I shadowed my friend and coworker Tony for a “day in the life” post for the company blog. I finally wrote it up in 4,440 words spanning every waking moment:
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@micahstubbs 4h
for things like this I ended up reading the codemirror source code 😅
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@micahstubbs 5h
ended up piecing together what I wanted to know about code mirror from the docs, stackoverflow questions, and old dusty github issues comments
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@micahstubbs 5h
have been customizing code mirror myself recently. have not really found any good written tutorials on the subject. there are a few videos like this that are alright
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Maarten Lambrechts 13h
This newspaper put 370.000 dots on a page to show how safe flying is today
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@micahstubbs 5h
Replying to @cgallello
how _was_ the Millennium Falcon escape level from Rebel Assault 2 made?
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@micahstubbs 5h
Replying to @shawncwhiting
👌 often intentional. many such sites are designed to attract attention and little more, so that intrigued visitors will click `contact sales` or `download whitepaper.pdf`
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@micahstubbs 5h
Replying to @bflyon @Datatitian
useful for looking at your own arbitrary data? still really early. Adit from is probably the best here
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@micahstubbs 5h
Replying to @bflyon
I imagine that other inherently spatial visualizations will transfer well to VR like this exploded-diagram vis from the Robot Repair experience in The Lab 🛠
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@micahstubbs 5h
Replying to @bflyon
good question, hard to say. Google Earth VR does perspective well, and has given me an idea of relative distances and building density in neighborhoods quickly
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Kevin Ngo 22h
At first, shields. Then came boxing. Now at last...
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Tom MacWright Jan 21
if you aren't familiar with FUCKGOATS, really, read this whole thing and bask in the zanyness:
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@micahstubbs Jan 21
👏 have wanted to do this! 💭 imagined modeling each key-cap on the keyboard and then animating each key individually on every key-press
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Fabien Benetou Jan 21
Trying to provide visual feedback for in keyboard to be able to efficiently code with the headset on, works for most keys which should be enough to provide a good sense of position for the ends, might be better with a 1-to-1 mapping with physical keyboard though
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Dario Taraborelli Jan 20
This clickstream app written by is so addictive I am glued to my screen 😹 How readers browsed English Wikipedia in December when visiting: - Edward Snowden - The Crown (tv series) - Elizabeth II - Bitcoin
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@micahstubbs Jan 20
really do like this Color Highlighter plugin for sublime 📰 🗃 
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Kevin Ngo Jan 20
Many scenes lack audio. An easy win is just to go to , download a song, and drop in an <audio> tag in the HTML to add a background track.
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hardmaru Jan 19
Back in my childhood days, tiny shops inside the Golden Computer Arcade in Hong Kong used to be the place to go for buying cheap electronic parts, pirated computer books and bootleg software. Nowadays they specialize in Bitcon.
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