I wrote this document in the process of designing a minimal blogging app on Holochain as the first step of my graduation project. This might interest you if you want to know more about how hApps are […]
To create a fully-featured blogging app using Holochain for the use of ALC communities.
Users should be able to:
Embed images and other media
Use rich text […]
Timo wrote a new post, Taking a break from my mindless and life-draining habits, on the site Timo's Blog 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I spent pretty much all of my free-time at home in the past six days watching YouTube and scrolling through online articles about Rust. I was looking forward to the weekend, where I would finally get a good […]
For graduation, one of the things I’m gonna do is complete a tech project. For this, I’ve devised a project management plan.
The main goal is to set myself up so that I can make sure I can tell whether I’m […]
I haven’t been writing about my contributions for a while, so this post will try to catch you up.
The start of my recent spree was “Path string roundup”. This was a round-up PR because it looks for some set of […]
Last Friday, I officially started the graduation process at ALCNYC. I felt was very nervous about graduating which is why I waited until the last possible day to start.
Here are some of my thoughts: […]
I’ve had two (somewhat) recent experiences with the Redux pattern:
Building a web app using React + Redux
Contributing to Holochain, which uses it for managing node state […]
This week I did Japanese. I played a lot of Mount and Blade: War band. I went to the park on Thursday. I stayed home on Monday to do an internship. And that is pretty much my week.
Thank you for your time. Bye, […]
Hello. Lately I’ve been getting into a game called TF2 (Team Fortress 2).
It is a 1st person shooter multiplayer online game, where you play as characters
that fight against each other with each unique set of […]
Oh man, this website is barely working at all. I’ll try to keep this brief, since the post
is barely functioning. Today I did Japanese! I made art pins with Japanese text
on them, it was really fun. I also tried […]
Back in March, @fireballdeath and I made our annual MLB regular and post-season predictions. With a little over a week left in the regular season, I’m going to revisit my regular season predictions, originally […]
My first week back blogging this school year (sarcastic yay). I guess I should practice blogging, because I might actually end up getting a job blogging in a couple weeks. The biggest event for this week was a […]
I’m really happy with how the past couple of weeks are going. I feel like I’m doing a lot and learning a lot. The best part? I haven’t needed to use any sources of external motivation!
In general, however, I […]
And we’re back! — now with a new projector that gives us a much clearer image. We decided to try a new map- “famous places”- to get back into the groove. We virtually visited Stonehenge, a castle in southern F […]
Finally back from summer.
My summer was rather short, or at least it felt like it. It was alright, there wasn’t many notable things going on . I did have fun at my uncle’s, and I also clowned around with clown […]
Few things in Geoguessr are as frustrating as a round with an image too blurry to make out any signs, and we got two of them in this week’s U.S. locations map. Despite this, we still almost doubled the average […]
@hugo suggested that we try a random map this week, and our second roll of the dice brought us to “US City locations.” The algorithm started us off with a softball- a Brooklyn location that I knew because I used […]
Today I did Japanese. We were doing traditional dance, and it was super fun and kinda easy. I got to wear a yukata, and even have my own fan! I’m getting better at writing my name in Japanese, super […]
We decided to try a new gimmicky type of map this week- “Movie Locations.”
Luckily @theanchor knew all 5 movies our locations were associated with, so it made our guesses a lot easier. The only one we didn’t […]
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