You may have noticed the lack of posts. It has been a very busy month and when I got some free time I focused on some personal projects. But I got tons of drafts being worked and some experiments to show.
Flexible Boxes by Will Stone: One of the dozens generators/playgrounds for CSS3 Flexboxes.
Landell de Moura: Priest and scientist. Studied, along Marconi, Popov, Hertz, Brandy, Lodge, and many others, radio transmissions.
Music Macro Language: A music description language used in sequencing music on computer and video game systems.
Velvet Acid Christ: Electro-industrial band from Colorado that mixes a bunch of genres.
wingsNpaws: Teaches and gives tips of how to train parrots and dogs.
Michael New: Lessons on music theory and how to write music.
I Like To Make Stuff: Woodworking, welding, 3d printing, electronics… this guy works with every sort of thing.
Idea. Sketch. Build.: Small and new channel about woodworking. This guy has some neat solutions for those who don’t have a fully equiped wordshop.
Bisqwit: C++, ASM, Chiptune, Game password crackers. This guy codes everykind of nerd stuff.
Greetings! The time for that post for the last day of the month. Also the last day of the year, hope you guys have a happy new year!
CSS Grid: CSS Grid is going to become supported-by-default in Chrome and Firefox in March of 2017. Checkout the link for more information.
ShellCheck: Find bugs in your shell scripts.
mdless: A utility that provides a formatted and highlighted view of Markdown files in Terminal.
bropages: Similar to man pages, bro pages are concise examples of using command line programs.
commandlinefu: Command-line snippets repository with rating system.
Wendy Carlos(Walter Carlos): Well known composer of A Clockwork Orange soundtrack. I never took time to listen to her albums. Switched-On Bach and The Well-Tempered Synthesizer are wonderful pieces, a must for classical music and analog synthesizer lovers.
Saturndust: Brazilian Space Doom band.
Isao Tomita: Inspired by Wendy Carlos and with similar work. Another Moog grinder for analog synthesizer lovers, his early works consist on covers of rock artists.
Professor Leonard: This guy is doing for Math (Advanced) what Stephen Hawking did for Physics – Make it accessible to the average person.
Adam Neely: Bass lessons and deep music theory researches.
Grant Thompson: DIY, lifehacks, explosions and useless stuff. Expect anything, he honors his name “The King of Random”.
Wow! My second DotM post!
Turns out that the biggest discovery of this month is that NaNoWriMo is not easy at all. Next year I will prepare myself and try again.
Well, let’s get to the point of the post:
Detexify: Struggling to find a symbol for LaTeX? Just draw it!
Paranoia: Crossover/Thrash Metal band from the late eighties. They released just one album though.
Hellbenders: Stoner rock band from Goiânia/Brazil.
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult: Industrial rock band from the late eighties. Been listening to industrial since my teenage years and, strangely, never heard of them before.
Eloy: (German) Progressive Rock band. Underrated in my opinion.
Shackles: Death/Thrash Metal band perfect for headbangin’. It’s a shame they split up.
Electric Octopus: Psychedelic/Jazz/Experimental… there is not enough genres to tag these guys.
Brunt: Instrumental stoner rock with a mix of trippy clean tones and heavy fuzz guitars.
Lee Van Cleef: (not to be confused with Lee Van Cleef) Psychedelic acid rock from Italy.
Sasquatch: Another stoner rock band. Great sound and they are really a bastardized version of GFR as they claim. Should be on the regular playlist of any fan of the genre.
The Art of Weapons: An U.K. teenager run this channel since he was around 13 years old. Focused on crossbows and slingshots, but has a lot of DIY information for HDPE plastic, wood lathe and even forging aluminium.
Stoned Meadow of Doom: Channel posting albums from underground stoner/sludge/doom bands. Some of the bands presented here I found on the channel.