The plants are all waterlogged from all the rain, but the cherry tomatoes got so tall that I need a step-ladder to reach all the fruit. Basil and jalapeño are looking okay, bell peppers not so much. #theGalley
Taking a little moment to appreciate how good dithering looks with really dark images :3
Ok 3D printed eurorack is complete and has power. First modules may take a few days to get here so I’ll switch back to the orca knob prototype. #theWorkshop
We make little improvements to the boat everyday.
Built a little thing to hang the tools we use the most.
My latest bracelet!
This is made with split and peeled ivy and the ends are wrapped in thread made from blackberry fibres
I finally caved and bought some actual bracelet clasps and jump rings from the dollar store and it fits so much better
Now that I'm happy with the process, ill probably go on a kick of making a bunch of them.
slightly related: I also just found out what that business was with all those funky stripes on the walls everywhere in the 1970s and 1980s
it was called “Supergraphics” and was created by Barbara Stauffacher Solomon
Gray code is an ordering of the binary numeral system such that two successive values differ in only one bit (binary digit). They're commonly used for hardware controllers like rotary encoders to avoid misreading transitions between binary values since each successive Gray code only differs by one digit.
@viv TIL! seems reasonable since peppers grow top-heavy and have pretty small roots. I'm going to try this too.