90’s Internet Nostalgia

Recently there has been a small subculture about reviving the 90ies style of the web, specially in places such as “neocities” (a geocities revival project). Today I learned about the glorious CASTLE CYBERSKULL, which takes this idea and runs with it: The above picture does not do justice to the GIF-crazy glory of CASTLE CYBERSKULL. […]

How is streaming like teaching?

Today I watched a conversation between game streamers “Jorbs” and “DirtyRobot” about streaming as a career, relationship with the audience, and mental health. (Note, the video is super long (over 2 hours!) and I don’t really recommend that you watch it, unless you’re SUPER interested in these topics. Anyway, a lot of what they were […]

Re: Celebrating Tiny Milestones

Oh look, another wonderful post by Julia Evans, this time about “Celebrate tiny learning milestones”. In this post she explains how she thinks about her learning process as a series of tiny challenges, where learning happens one little discovery at a time. I think this is a really wonderful way to think about discovery. In […]