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John Resig
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Kawase Hasui: The Miyajima Shrine in Snow (1935)… (Last one! Stay safe in the blizzard!)
Utagawa Hiroshige: Snow at the Sumida River (1856)…
Kawase Hasui: Nakayama-Shichiri Road in Hida Province (1924)…
Prepping for the blizzard by playing zombie apocalypse game ‘Dead of Winter’. Practicing my food rummaging skills!
The new @khanacademy iPad app is currently #7 out of all free apps. Just passed Facebook!
Of all the upcoming exhibits I'm most excited for this one: Japanese cat prints!…
Every Khan Academy course is now available on the iPad for the first time
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One of the perks of working from home: delicious pernil straight out of the slow cooker.
Map looks right to me, let's ship it!
Been playing Castles of Mad King Ludwig, very fun you get to build awesome little castles!…
Continuing my tradition of taking a train up the Hudson River on Christmas morning. Happy Holidays everyone!
De-constructing board games to fit them in my luggage. This is what I’m bringing to Christmas this year.
4/ This print actually uses two distinct key blocks since it's so complex (blue + black)!…
3/ Japanese prints use watercolor pigments - allowing the colors to mix and bleed on the paper, like a painting!
2/ Prints may seem flat but many are 3d. Look at the embossing on the waves, it's actually popping out of the paper!
'Nakabusa River Rapids' by Hiroshi Yoshida (1926). A masterpiece of Japanese woodblock printing. Going to nerd out.
Apparently Youtube commenters are also super racist when it comes to imaginary races, too!
An unexpectedly nice passage of the D&D player's handbook. (5th edition)
IT BEGINS! Perhaps too excited :) Will be playing 5th edition with some fellow noobie friends :)
I have the best advent calendar this year.
To folks who say kids have no patience: A student hand-coded this Grinch with quad()s and bezier()s.
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Celebrate Computer Science Education Week with us and try out an Hour of Code: !
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