I just learned that my writing class in university requires a more detached writing style than what I am used to. Which kind of sucks but I suppose it’s for the best.
I’ve just moved into my dorm at university, and I’ve learned that I’m surprisingly good at pool and darts.
Reading physical manga is weird. It feels too… tactile compared to books. And yes I know that makes no sense.
I wonder if there’s a way to set up a script so my Instagram story pictures cross post to Twitter.
In accordance with my personal view that the world is in the infancy of cyberpunk, I am now going to start wearing a leather coat and neon.
How most people code: Berserk manga
How I code: Berserk 2016
I always seem to do my best writing when at times when I really, really should not be writing.
I’ve been reading a lot about postmodernism lately. Especially the writing and film aspects of it. Interesting stuff.
I use TweetDeck almost exclusively on my computer for all my desktop Twitter needs, whether that be simply viewing my twitter stream or for writing my Tweetstorm. When I got to Android I needed the same as Tweetdeck on mobile: a fast, flexible experience that was better than the default Twitter client.
I found it. And guess what it’s called? The title of this posts it totally not a hint. At all!