On the nature of sheep, dogs, and NavMeshAgents.
A couple more Google Sheets features I appreciate.
In my meanderings I recently came across the work of Allen Lewis. He's an illustrator from around 1920, and he's awesome. He's particularly interesting to me because of his aesthetic similarity to Beardsley, and for his incredible typography.
I just recently pulled out the Captain Bogg & Salty card game I had prototyped many years ago, and gave it a couple of playthroughs. Here are some recent revisions: Version 2 on the way -- see data below.
An intriguing new divination deck.
Updating the website… again.
I've been living in Aotearoa New Zealand for about two and half years now. It's an amazing place. I've been learning about the country, the people, and its history. It's a complex place, filled with contradictions. Much like the US, it was colonized by the British, it's indigenous peoples subjugated…
Known for using spectroscopy to determine the rotation of galaxies, and for being terribly cavalier with his neckties. And only a passing acquaintance with the concept of a smile.
I recently came across this video of Robert Orme: Robert Orme was my Art History teacher in high school. I was the only person in my year who wanted to take the subject, but he was willing to tutor me one-on-one. He was brutal. He was the teacher who held…
It is stupidly easy to export CSV files from Rails. Nithin Bekal: Export to CSV in Rails
The Southlands guide book has been awarded the Silver for "Best Setting" at the 2016 ENnie awards.