14-year-old me loved the original Jet Set Radio, and now there’s a new one in the making. 🛼 Also, Crazy Taxi. 🤯 Yay! SEGA reveal trailer. 🎮
A website is a poem that is already in everyone's pocket, a house built from photos of other houses, a book where every chapter is another book where every chapter is another book.
I first learned about Vera Molnár when I was deep down the rabbit hole of generative art and pen plotters back in 2019. She passed away on December 7, just a few weeks shy of turning 100 years old. Check out her work if you haven’t. My favorite Vera quote comes from this interview by studio international:
I have no regrets. My life is squares, triangles, lines.
I love how you can see other readers’ mouse cursors on Matt’s blog. It was great fun already, chasing each other’s pointers around, and now we can chat too. 🤩
added a cursor chat easter egg for every page of my blog
it's fun to surprise people visiting a post
(type "/" to chat)
I’ve built this little backyard to my website, because every website should have a garden, a backyard, a basement, or any other wild space. Treated with lovely care it grows various experiments in a natural, playful, hypertext way.
Robin is a poem, not software, and his personal website reflects that. Manuel ponders which you your personal site represents. Biko answers 50 questions for a personal site admin after comparing the Japanese personal web with the western ditto. And here are a bunch of ideas for your personal site. 🏡
Is this a recording of a Zoom meeting between mostly old men? Yes! Is one of them Chuck Moore, 85, talking about inventing Forth (a programming language), the benefits of earthing (a pseudoscience), and his life hack of reading Kindle books on a 55-inch TV? Oh, yes! Just a cozy fireside chat. 🥰
Fair warning from a Swede: these berry names might not be totally correct. My favorite is Sëabtbörr.
Thanks to DALL-E3 generated educational material, we can bypass the need for teachers and textbook writers. … Perhaps you would like to learn your berries in SWEDISH?
I’m learning so much.
Learn your fruits and vegetables, by the brilliant Janelle Shane.
I call this one resting companions or vila efter ärtsoppa.