Introducing Inkscape 1.0! After a little over three years in development, we're excited to launch this long-awaited version for Windows and Linux (and the macOS preview) Watch the release video (inkscape.org/release-video-1-0) and download it here: https://inkscape.org/release/inkscape-1.0/
Note: If the download link doesn't work, check back a little later. The files are being propagated across our CDN.
There used to be an editor called Erathostenes (https://bitbucket.org/mkmatlock/eratosthenes/src/default/) but development has been inactive for two years.
Interesting paper from new scholar alert: Shortest path distance vs. least directional change: Empirical testing of space syntax and geographic theories concerning pedestrian route choice behaviour #spacesyntax
Here was something I dropped before I decided to just do lots of emojos.
I wanted to learn human anatomy for drawing but wanted better visual breakdowns of it and was disappointed by the material I could find. So I decided to try to build my own models of understanding from drawing books as well as public domain medical anatomical texts, and I came up with this idea of breaking down muscle insertions/origins as if it was some kind of metro diagram.
Under the sun
There's one spot in the world right now,
where the sun is exactly overhead,
and it's this one:
Anyone found a good #FOSS alternative to Facebook events? It's the only thing I maintain a Facebook account for these days.
It would need to integrate with existing networks to help populate contacts and publish invitesm but actual RSVPing should probably not require an account.
I have found things like Attendize, but anything focused on "ticketing" is going to feel like overkill for inviting people to a birthday party or a backyard BBQ.
bot allies: mastodon now has a toggle to mark accounts as being bots. seems like a good thing to check
I've spent the last handful of years working as the Lead Background Designer on Cartoon Network's #StevenUniverse, making stuff like this!
An online collection of high-res scans of M.C. Escher’s prints
PhD Researcher the Bartlett school of Architecture, UCL, London, UK
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