I haven’t been playing Pokémon GO, and in that light I’ve decided I’m going to discontinue this series. I’ve just not been keeping up with the new updates, nor catching many new Pokémon (even with all the Pokémon they’ve released in the updates since July.) There’s also raid battles, and I don’t even know what those are…
Asher talks about his year and all the good, and a few bad, things that happened in it, as well as going into detail about what he did for New Year’s Eve and New Years Day. There were fireworks in Old Town, which Asher caught on video, and what’s a January 1st without a Golden Girls Viewing Party!
This post talks about my absence from my blog, covering my skin condition and my mental health issues (my medication was messed with). I also post pictures of the Garden of Lights, a video of the Lady Gaga concert I attended, and my new necklace. I’m doing better now, but it was a really rough two months.
This article is a continuation on expressions that can be constructed in the C language. This article will focus on expressions involving operators. If you remember, expressions are pieces of code that are executed right away to yield some kind of result, as opposed to a statement which may affect an entire program’s structure.
Asher relates his journey into anxiety madness, and how he hit the wall. But Maus and he took a trip to Boulder on Pearl Street in search of a stone to help his anxiety. It was a serendipitous trip all around, finding some great finds and seeing some cool stuff. Relax on Pearl Street with Asher.
In this article we cover the C programming language: where did it come from, how it relates to other languages, what can it do, what doesn’t it do, and the future of the language. C is a powerful language any aspiring programmer would benefit from learning and mastering. Even today, in embedded systems, C is very much employed, and in that personal respect, important to building my robot.
Isaac goes out during New West Fest and meets a robot and a kind old lady. A video and gallery are posted up. Now, last time I wrote that I met another fursuiter out when we were out there. This time Isaac was all alone, which was nice. I like to be the only suiter around, but hey, what can you do. Anyways, hope you enjoyed Isaac Homebrew’s latest outing, I’m looking forward to more!
These are the first videos I’ve made in this manner, and we made these in a public place (Starbucks, shocker) so the sound is wonky. But, here is the video explaining the cards, and the “H”, “B”, and “P” sounds of Japanese. Please pardon my pronunciation, I’m completely self-taught and so I probably do it a bit wrong.
With variables, data types, flow control, functions, expressions, statements, subroutines, and such under your belt, you are prepared to understand more fully just about any programming that comes your way from any of the popular general purpose languages out there. That’s really the core of what makes up programming today (granted you’re not using a more specialized language such as Prolog or LISP).
Linguistics is a deep field, and not necessarily an always well documented. I’m looking forward to delving into further details of the study of linguistics particularly as it pertains to artificial language construction and artificial intelligence. I hope this article was helpful in maybe clearing up or helping focus what linguistics means today, and that you found it useful.
That’s right, run PyGame (in all it’s Pythonic glory) IN THE BROWSER! All in all, it’s a rough draft. The code isn’t fully documented because really, it’s ported from other places where there IS documentation (pygame, gamejs, etc.) Anywhere where the functions/classes don’t QUITE act like their pygame equivalent I make a note of though, so that you aren’t tripped up.
So that’s what we got going, a new online store selling lots of pop culture collectibles. At least, that’s the idea. I’d appreciate it if you need some sort of collectible give me a holler and I’ll see what I can hook you up with. I’m hoping this can provide me with an additional income source, as you know, my part time job won’t last forever (as it stands now).
With URIs we can reference and locate just about everything we need to on the internet, from books, videos, sites, and games. Without URIs we’d still be stuck in specific clunky ways to access specific things using specific clients and methods, instructions which I followed in many a book before URIs became a big thing. Now, it’s simple: https://archive.wunk.me/
These are the first videos I’ve made in this manner, and we made these in a public place (Starbucks, shocker) so the sound is wonky. But, here is the video explaining the cards, and the “S” and “Z” sounds of Japanese. Please pardon my pronunciation, I’m completely self-taught and so I probably do it a bit wrong.
Well, Isaac Homebrew went out for St. Patrick’s Day in his hometown of Fort Collins. There was a parade, so he went to Starbucks (of course!) and waited for the parade to end before he ventured down into Old Town for some furry fun. This time around a bit more video was captured than pictures.
So, I haven’t made a personal post in a while, so I thought I’d update you on my life a bit. First off, the biggest news since the Shining Stars Young Adult Rocky Mountain Adventure is that I went to Disneyland! It was quite the experience. In this post there are LOTS of pictures and a bit of video of the parades, fireworks, and attractions.
Challenging ourselves, and resolving emotional issues on a personal level from a personal level is key to our own physical and mental health. This has been scientifically shown time and again. Life without conflict, without challenge, won’t allow any of us to grow and expand in understanding, but rather keep us as small infants incapable of expressing ourselves outside of crying. We owe it to ourselves to strive to be larger than we already are.