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  • wide sunset

    another sunset timelapse, but wider

  • square sunset

    just a square sunset

  • CSS Gradient Experiments

    background: rgb(131,58,180);
    background: radial-gradient(circle, rgba(131,58,180,1) 0%, rgba(131,58,180,1) 6%, rgba(253,81,43,1) 12%, rgba(253,81,43,1) 18%, rgba(253,29,29,1) 24%, rgba(253,29,29,1) 30%, rgba(253,214,62,1) 36%, rgba(253,214,62,1) 42%, rgba(244,253,65,1) 48%, rgba(244,253,65,1) 54%, rgba(203,253,67,1) 60%, rgba(203,253,67,1) 66%, rgba(67,253,168,1) 72%, rgba(67,253,168,1) 78%, rgba(68,104,253,1) 84%, rgba(68,104,253,1) 90%, rgba(153,68,253,1) 96%, rgba(153,68,253,1) 100%);

    Which will give you a box like this

  • Reflection

    From my flickr:

  • fictions we gladly share

    In the realm of the existential and absurd, the narratives we share form the bedrock of our collective existence. Money, law, nations, joint ventures, religion – they’re but fictions, intricately woven into the fabric of our societies, lending structure, meaning, and, paradoxically, revealing the absurdity of our human condition.

    In the sphere of software, particularly as an absurdist Python leader, I find it fascinating to explore the compelling parallels between these shared societal constructs and the abstractions we’ve erected within the ethereal expanse of our codebases.

  • geo gif

  • Blender Video Demo


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