welltheregoesyoursociallife said: I really love your nettarot project. I've been pulling a card almost daily, and I really like how you picked videos for certain ones, tweets for others, as well as wikipedia articles and memes. Would you consider adding the option of making larger spreads in the future?
I’ve considered adding a “history” feature, that shows an ordered list of the cards you’ve drawn in the session, but I’m not sure whether or not I’ll implement it. For a larger spread, you can just draw more cards by continuing to click through the deck, and then record/remember the cards you have drawn, and apply them to the spread. Also, thanks. Really appreciate it!4 days ago
I’ve been playing with #nettarot and after Plimsol Line (accountability+limits) I got a very pertinent message, and then this.
I think it means stop.
(Source: nettarot.net)2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
one of the cards in the nettarot is the spray cheese from a goofy movie
I am in love with that deck
I thought the reason I can’t even imagine getting married was just because I’m 24, but I’m now realizing it’s because I’ve never even been in a real relationship1 month ago
The Hungarian Guggenheim
by Krisztián Lakosi & Lakosi Richárd
(via corealiscreative)1 month ago
We are much, much closer to an answer than we have ever been in the history of the human species; we are on the cusp of knowing.— Prof. Caleb Scharf on using colors to detect life on other planets. (via wnycradiolab) 1 month ago
1 month ago
Proof-of-concept interface design project from MIT Tangible Media Group demonstrates a system combining the use of a smartphone with a desktop computer - video embedded below:
THAW is a novel interaction system that allows a collocated large display and small handheld devices to seamlessly work together. The smartphone acts both as a physical interface and as an additional graphics layer for near-surface interaction on a computer screen. Our system enables accurate position tracking of a smartphone placed on or over any screen by displaying a 2D color pattern that is captured using the smartphone’s back-facing camera. The proposed technique can be implemented on existing devices without the need for additional hardware.