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Mike Sugarbaker

- I don't have anything to say to you people
- I have learned a great deal about the limitations of jokes as a way of relating to strangers but I'm still leaving the above
- I'm probably an asymptomatic carrier
- I still haven't figured out what I'm going to do besides programming
- If I spent as much time playing Dreams as I do watching Dreams streamers I'd be as good at Dreams as I wish I was
- Defund the police
- Abolish the web
- I'm kidding about that last one
- Sort of

Mike Sugarbaker

Some bullet points:

- Still not dead
- Playing Dreams pretty hard. Come check me at https://twitter.com/WoodsenseStudio
- Not a programmer anymore
- Maybe writing a book about roleplaying? We'll see

Mike Sugarbaker

Not dead, just stopped tweeting from here, then stopped tweeting entirely. I own my own Mastodon instance (theha.us) so I’m not going to bother with syndicating to it from here.

If/when I decide what book I’m writing, I’ll post about it here. Or if I make that giant, crazy web site.

Mike Sugarbaker

A new illustrated podcast from the creators of Children's Hour of Knowledge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_dV3w9ehbU

Mike Sugarbaker

Slow week for Danny - refactoring, probly lots of bugs - but you can use Markdown now! github.com/misuba/Danny dat://danny-tutorial-misuba.hashbase.io/

Mike Sugarbaker

Things are still 0.1 as foretold but here is a wee adventure to get you started: dat://danny-tutorial-misuba.hashbase.io/

Mike Sugarbaker

I dropped a couple of hints about this, but here's v0.1 of my Beaker app, a contemporary take on HyperCard. https://github.com/misuba/Danny

Mike Sugarbaker

Cuphead is kind of tragic: if it's not 60fps it's an unplayable game of its genre, but if it's not 12fps it undermines its aesthetic goals.

Mike Sugarbaker

Walking in a crystal clear evening, listening to new Godspeed on new phone, and about to make a big announcement in the morning. Good, you?

Mike Sugarbaker

The most baller move Netflix could make now is moving to native on Mac and Windows anyway. (Like they have on all the *popular* platforms.)