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#1024: Cats And Dogs Living Together
Tuesday • July 5th 2022 • 4:42:10 pm • 3KB

While painting, programming, composing, writing, rhyming, singing, sculpting, building and inventing, all represents real knowledge. It is not just a bag of random random goodies, because they all connect, and reinforce one another. For example, in 3D...

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#1023: GPA Is Sus
Monday • July 4th 2022 • 9:17:31 pm • 4KB

All the schools with threats of bad grades, and being held back. And the need to pay for lunch, and pay attention in classes that the students are not interested in - are super weird. And beyond where military is allowed to recruit teenagers, and colleges...

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#1022: The Caricaturist
Sunday • July 3rd 2022 • 5:21:30 pm
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#1021: Of Denial Of Education, And The Problem Of Sequence
Sunday • July 3rd 2022 • 8:51:03 am • 6KB

A sequence problem, as I termed it, is when one thing prevents another. And I find that people with good intentions, often take to repairing problems in the wrong place. When I was little I struggled with understanding my bullies, and later I just couldn...

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#1020: The User As A Programmer
Saturday • July 2nd 2022 • 5:32:56 pm • 3KB

In the world of programming, troubles are everywhere. And they are huge, I mean like, ridiculous. Above all code is liability, especially if you are a programmer. The less you write, the better. And if you write none, you are guaranteed success. ...

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#1019: The Cure And The Humanity
Friday • July 1st 2022 • 2:54:37 pm • 3KB

While there is no conspiracy, there is a tendency. This multiplex, prefers we burn books. It prefers, borders, border walls, war. It prefers to destroy minds, by means of prison. And it has a preference, that we all turn our heads. While there are as...

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#1018: Programming Is Fun
Thursday • June 30th 2022 • 5:39:51 pm • 2KB

, as it is simple and it comes with a neat tutorial. , . There is no one to make you hurry, or stand over you. By learning bits of programming, you begin remembering that you are smart. Schools trick us into thinking, that we are only as good as our...

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#1017: Find Your Own Books: Authentic Knowledge Comes From Everywhere
Wednesday • June 29th 2022 • 8:08:14 pm • 2KB

We are each unique, and that means we all learn differently. And we learn, from different places. At different speeds, in different sequence. The pace and sequence, are dictated by who we are, what we know. There cannot be, one book that teaches all. ...

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#1016: Programming By Describing Actions In Plain Text
Tuesday • June 28th 2022 • 9:05:07 pm • 3KB

I think all people can write computer programs, it is just that programming languages are too simple and raw. This approach uses Flow Based programming, prefixed by an Event Listener. A really good example of flow based programming and processing is your...

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#1015: Fancy Little Rings
Monday • June 27th 2022 • 7:21:50 pm • 3KB

I started by learning , and creating a whole box of wallets and dodads that I printed. Then I jumped to to brush up on my Drawing Skills, , I really enjoyed using the Reference Images feature and its impact on color picker. I returned to Blender to learn...

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#1014: The Reactive Programmer
Sunday • June 26th 2022 • 2:14:29 pm
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#1013: You Are Royalty, And Wisdom Is Your Treasure And Armor
Sunday • June 26th 2022 • 12:25:44 pm • 4KB

The overwhelming number of liars, makes it so that the world is not led. The world is moving at random, it is all gibberish. But free and open and wise narrated books, is how the world will be fixed in no time. Books held in high esteem, chapter here,...

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#1012: The Drawing Tutorial; Or, A World Tricked Out Of Learning Art
Saturday • June 25th 2022 • 11:15:28 am • 5KB

Drawing it self is very simple, because you begin your practice by means of direct use of reference images. Be it by using graphite paper, pico or wall projector, or reference images in Krita. I highly recommend you get a cheap Pen and Tablet, and use...

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#1011: Write Right
Friday • June 24th 2022 • 4:22:39 pm • 2KB

Awash with boring topics all day long, I must rise and rise and stray strong. I don’t win every fight, but I won today, alright. See, I started writing about writing a program, already made a cool diagram. Even before I got out of bed, but tell you what...

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#1010: A Weird Poem About Visual Programming
Thursday • June 23rd 2022 • 6:09:28 pm • 8KB

In a way Visual programming is new, and hardly anyone has a clue. It does not come with a guarantee, that is the biggest problem I see. In the world of programming, which is a loving, and funny, and wonderfully challenging world. There is this huge...

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#1009: How Can School Be Fake? Or, How Can Mirrors Be Real If Our Eyes Aren't Real?
Wednesday • June 22nd 2022 • 6:55:15 am • 11KB

When we are little we learn that the act of taking a toy apart, is also the act of destroying that toy. Subject divisions destroy education, being told what you should be "learning" at any given moment... Actually prevents learning, and forces you into...

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#1008: Learn To No End And Let The World Grow
Tuesday • June 21st 2022 • 2:22:40 pm • 4KB

I got a fortune cookie once, with the following text: "If you do the same things you've always done, you will get the same things you've always got" This is trivial and almost silly when applied to an individual, but it becomes something else when...

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#1007: A Tiny Music Programming Idea
Monday • June 20th 2022 • 5:56:40 pm • 2KB

For a while now I have been noticing the delay/echo effect in songs, it was that helped me hear it first. , I never used a delay effect, prior to hearing that. I was replicating it with 16th notes, but it never quite worked. Even in the beginning when...

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#1006: The Technologist
Sunday • June 19th 2022 • 11:22:40 am
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#1005: The School Game; Or, Move Education Far And Away And From Any And All Influence Of Politics
Sunday • June 19th 2022 • 8:03:52 am • 6KB

And to protect education, to make it permanently real, we must remove it from the control of any and all politicians. It may seem like they may not directly influence what is taught, at least in more developed nations - but that is false. Raising tuition...

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#1004: Towards Lasting World Peace; Or, Real And Meaningful Education For A Wiser Generation
Saturday • June 18th 2022 • 6:02:45 pm • 1KB

And such is the world as you see it today, uneducated leaders spewing propaganda to see what will stick and stay. Drifting towards a future they can't foresee, a future where our world simply cannot be free. Are we all so squeezed by poverty, that we can...

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#1003: A Super Tiny Poem About Building Your First Visual Programming Company
Friday • June 17th 2022 • 6:50:56 pm • 3KB

There is a couple of interesting , of which looks rather fetching, not to mention the . Visual programming can be amazing, if done correctly, and if it is user friendly, and respectful towards programmers that just want to do their own thing. This is a...

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#1002: How To Become Smarter; Or, Why You Got Tricked Into Thinking You Are Not Smart
Thursday • June 16th 2022 • 6:03:02 pm • 5KB

Money, and it is difficult for you to believe that, because . They can’t afford to care, . If they start caring about how you feel, then they will have to that they already sold out for a paycheck. Every grade, less than an A F****G plus, was a lie, it...

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#1001: What Is Wrong With The World; Or, Grow Do Not Follow
Wednesday • June 15th 2022 • 7:22:15 am • 6KB

When you feel that your thoughts don't add up to much, or end up in circle, or become Swiss cheese it means you need more books. After a while things begin making sense, it is still difficult to navigate, but your thoughts don't run short. You shouldn't...