The Bibi-binary system for numeric notation (in French système Bibi-binaire, or abbreviated "système Bibi") is a hexadecimal numeral system first described in 1968.
ran across this really good experimental japanese album called Yakushima Treasure by Oorutaichi and Wednesday Campanella
Uxn programs are usually just a handful of bytes, represented as little sprites, they look like these little tiles.
I've been wondering if you had come across interesting human-readable systems to encod binary data? Something along the lines of Urbit's names/glyphs, maybe some sort of qr code(non-ascii encode).
It has to possibly store about a thousand bytes in a single picture/icon/text/song.
Send anything relevant to analog data storage that is not listed on: https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/paper_data_storage.html
#fdroid bubble: Anyone with a repository out there (@IzzyOnDroid ?) ready and willing to package tooot (https://github.com/tooot-app/app/issues/50 , https://tooot.app/)? "A simple yet elegant mobile app client for Mastodon." Works with some #friendica instances too. And goes a bit unnoticed over here.
jan 12th 2022 gan#thingaday
training looking glass on images of boxes of cigarettes and making asemic cig packs
thinking about what a fediverse take on tradable objects could look like. with none of the monetary part. just like: eugen gave wakest a cat. and then I can have a list of things other fediverse users gave me. and I could regift that cat to someone else and it would still have the trail of previous owners. I know there is a lot of nestalgia for neopets and pokemon type games where you socially collect things. and watching the nft space drama the fuck out I am curious if parts could be salvaged
the reveal! the post hole digger is waiting on me finding some oak poles so that will have to wait till the future
looking glass making sick kaiju from the small amount of training data I gave it. pretty awesome how well Looking Glass works #gan
jan 11th 2022 gan#thingaday
trained looking glass on images of kaiju figurines and have been running it since last night, this one is upscaled a bit
I'm putting myself on the spotlight here, but now that Popcorn Time's gone, who's interested in working on a similar torrent client with an even higher level of feature-polish?
It'd be a simple and efficient distributed media streaming client powered by BitTorrent.
The primary purpose wouldn't be copyright infringement, but such a system's usage can't be restricted.
I have some specific ideas for the whole system, but they won't fit in one toot.
a #hyperstition is needed
the personal instance of Liaizon Wakest