I left the house early today to reduce the navigating around utility work burden and to catch up on some things at the shop. The cat was mid-nap and lifted herself up a bit to express displeasure at my leaving as usual, but probably went right back to sleep after I left. Got breakfast and a loaf of good bread at the bakery. Caught up on sample roasting (still have to cup things). Spent too much time on phone calls (I hate phone calls).
Thinking of maybe doing something like this for a future video. The segment title animates when it changes and everything you see has a banquet of script bindings. #QML
"Difficulty" as a person with ADD:
- Learning about obscure programming concepts by reading old papers: "This is fun!"
- Unearthing old peer-to-peer architecture stuff and documenting it: "It's tough but I like it!"
- Working on decentralized system and programming language design: "I could do it for days!"
- Submitting an invoice so I can get paid: "Oh my god this is the hardest task ever how could anyone ever do something so difficult"
reminder: if you want an ebooks bot but don't wanna host it yourself, you can pledge the $2.50 tier on my patreon and i'll do it for you! you'll be able to set things like posting frequency (even to weird stuff like once a day or every 12 minutes), content warnings, accounts it should follow, and more!!
Did a little clean up on the graph showing roasting plans for a class I've been teaching lately. Temperatures are based on what they'd be on my machines locally and should probably be removed because it's the timing of event milestones that's important here and those are going to happen at different temperatures on different machines with different probes in different places. It's cooler in interactive form.
Author of Typica software for coffee roasters.
This is a place for Typica users to connect and chat, but toots need not be related to that program or coffee roasting.