@Kxffie-U02D18SMWQP0just wanted to scrapbook my achievement so far. my last channel got hacked and it was like 50 subs, but ive doubled, almost tripled, my sub count and like i have thousands of more views than what i did. im super proud of this
@matthewvandyke080Today I have officially reached 365 days of posting to my scrapbook. I started during Summer of Making last year just as something to do, but after the summer I kept up with it to keep myself accountable. If you go back you can see all my projects and updates from them that I have done since last year such as: Students Who Code, my portfolio, myDash, BrainDUMP, esports website, running Secret Santa, and so much more! Thank you to everyone who has followed along and thanks to @sampoder and @matthew for creating scrapbook! So now that 365 is done.....whats next?
@sampoder0my github swag from the scavenger hunt arrived!!! also tonight i worked with @luke on making a new version of hack.af/pack that has instant approval! also had a history test, did meditation in drama class and had an interesting day at school :)
@23neil.g0Text on Big Sur Dark Mode is pretty cool. Also join #flex
@sampoder0I'm taking the bus all the way to school! Why? Because I got bored of being in a train and imo buses are just nicer... plus the seats are cushioned! You got to see so much more as well! Hopefully I'm not late....
here's my book week costume, yep, a 1984 shirt. I was planning to draw a dictator mustache on myself but I have to wear a mask.. I'm now regretting not getting those free single use masks yesterday :(
@ng-00360Finally got most of my hardware here! So excited to begin work!
Thank you @sampoder for all your help with the process!
@austin0still gotta add the timer and randomize the motivational message for 𝖘𝖕𝖎𝖈𝖎𝖓𝖊𝖘𝖘, but im vibin with this :D
@ktm0Done with another python project! Learned how to code a program that fetches a random article from wikipedia. It also provides the title and summary of the article and allows you to choose if you want to read it or not. big thanks to @luke who helped me figure out solutions to every problem i ran into while making it lol.
@alexa0I uploaded my bot coding to Github-- First repository!
@jessding0turned 18 and celebrated by registering to vote!
@nasheeb.dangi0:party_orpheus::party_orpheus::party_orpheus: When I googled Orpheus, I found that orpheus is an musician mythological character in greek. So, to make my orpheus meaninful, I tried to make an Musican Orpheus with headphones. hehe hope you like it. :party_orpheus::party_orpheus::party_orpheus:
@rishi0my startup is FINALLY incorporated!!! :ultrafastparrot:
@jasonaa0Not much interesting today, but I did figure out a new idea to get the pi zero working as a programming tool for iPads. The original plan was to simply set the Pi Zero up as an Ethernet Gadget so that you could easily just plug in one cable with power and data to an iPad, and SSH into it using something like Termius. Butttttt, there were 2 problems with this: first off, iPads cannot supply enough power to the Pi over Lightning to allow it to fully boot, and secondly, even once powered by an external power source, I couldn't SSH into it, which was pretty disappointing. But after a nice long shower, I came up with a new idea: Instead of using USB for SSH, the pi will create a secured wi-fi access point where you can SSH into it, or log the Pi onto some other wireless network using SSH or some sort of Web UI. I have a small OLED display that will be perfect for this. Then, to handle the power problem, I'll have a separate Li-Po battery that will power the Pi when it detects that it's been plugged into a USB host. Ideally, it'd be able to charge a little bit of of the iPad but I'm not too sure how viable this is. I'll probably also have to have a separate charging port, which I was trying to avoid in my original design, but it is what it is. I also want to see if I can set up a joystick to navigate through menus.
@jessding0Made fluffy lemon cupcakes! (but no frosting so... muffins??)