Holy Crap, It's A Fixian UpdateHey dA people,More Like This
I think it was around March this year when I wrote the last journal about the indefinite hiatus I was taking from here. It's near the end of the year now, and I still don't think it would make much sense to come back. This is mainly due to the other projects I've focused on going surprisingly well, aside of being better aligned with the path I've always wanted to follow in life, in retrospect to what was happening here.
I don't think I was making much of a positive difference in this community anyway, even though I really wanted to. My first guess is that I didn't have the right attitude or the right amount of maturity for that. And someone told me: You can't truly help others if you don't help yourself first. I hope that explains the uncanny amount of Is in this entry, lol.
Nevertheless, I don't regret having tried and I haven't forgotten about all the good people I've met here who have only enriched my dA experience and life in gen
I am the GranularThe lining of your eyeMore Like This
snaps captures of me;
some sooted shadow,
the pressed powdered coal
from your consciousness colander
I would be
dashed with every blow
from your gaped, shapeless shusher
The snouted shouts point to ink splotches
and you ramble on as any projector
against any wall
The inside out statements
of upside down arguments
and become the laminated mess
Well, the water you wash me with
and I smell you at the bottom of the rot.
EvolvotronJust a journal about a very interesting software for Linux that I know for some time ago. It was included by default on some older LinuxMint versions and later on the last distros was inexplicably removed.More Like This
Anyway his concept is awesome and if you're on Linux and like creating graphics you should give it a try.
His author explains it better as me about what is this about:
Evolvotron is an interactive "generative art" application for Linux to evolve images/textures/patterns/animations through an iterative process of random mutation and user-selection driven evolution. (This process is also often referred to as "evolutionary art" or "genetic art".) If you like lava lamps, and still think the Mandelbrot set is cool, this could be the software for you.
In his homepage you will find very interesting info about the program and many more stuff. At least so far as
Nuirn verbs: simple present middle, simple futureWhat follows is likely the easiest set of verb paradigms in Nuirn: the present middle and the simple future active. These are the last verb forms in Nuirn formed from the present infinitive stem.More Like This
The present middle
In current Nuirn, the present middle voice of any regular verb is formed by a reliable rule. You drop the final -n from the second infinitive and replace it with -s. This form serves as the conjugated finite form for all persons and numbers, and also as the middle infinitive.
Thus, for our model verbs bruca and brise, "to use" and "to break" respectively, the conjugations go:
brucas ec I get used, am used