When your gas range flames turn orange and your house has a baby, they are probably having a cold. Why? Ultrasonic humidifiers.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-02-14 04:37

What a great idea by Micaella Pedros.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-02-06 19:55

Please also watch the Meet the Filmmakers Behind Purl video. It's only one minute long.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-02-05 06:19

Camellia seedlings collected from our backyard

A post from Yard, published at 2019-02-02 22:49

∞ How Bad North makes humans out of little soldiers

Oskar Stålberg says in The Mechanic,

The units should feel like humans. They’re quite stylised; they don’t have faces and barely have arms, but they should feel human in their behaviour and what they’re capable of doing. They should feel fragile and it should look like fighting is a courageous effort.

A great article by Alex Wiltshire, covering the most beautiful game Bad North.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-01-11 19:58

A great little film by Noah Sheldon.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-01-10 19:55

∞ The Accidental Room

What a  fascinating story produced by 99pi.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-01-09 19:58

∞ GitHub Now Offers Unlimited Private Repos for Free

GitHub announced,

Today we’re announcing two major updates to make GitHub more accessible to developers: unlimited free private repositories, and a simpler, unified Enterprise offering.

I'm moving all my local game repos (powered by Gogs) to GitHub.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-01-08 19:55

82% Of the Moon Belongs to the Far Side

Everyone knows that moon has a far side. But you might be surprised that the far side consists of 82% of the surface area. We can only see 18% of the moon from the earth.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-01-06 22:20

∞ No More Oppatoo

Allen Pike writes,

They are constantly picking up new endearing habits – little phrases and behaviors that melt your heart and give you joy. Just as quickly though, they are losing them. Before your eyes, she goes from not being able to say “octopus”, to delightfully squealing at the sight of an “oppatoo!”, to just saying “look dada, it’s an octopus.”

And it’s beautiful, and it’s great. But it also hurts your heart a little bit. No more oppatoo.

It is a strange feeling, that hurt. Why would it be sad when she starts to say “octopus”? Or “I want to do it myself”, or “No dada pick me up”? I mean, it’s certainly for the best. I can hardly be her lifelong transportation, caregiver, and translator as it pertains to 8-limbed mollusks.

Mine is only 5 month old, I can already start seeing this. She learned to blow a raspberry a month ago. Then she stopped doing that and it hurts a little. How time flies.

Thanks, Allen.

A post from Paper, published at 2019-01-04 19:55

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