Someday I'm going to make a Mission: Impossible 66 Labels bot (Inspired by Batman 66 Labels over on the Tweetsite.) There's more than 150 hours of this stuff.

Chekhov's Gauge: If you have a red line on your gauge, you must use it by the end of the episode. (Watching old Mission: Impossibles)

This video was made to show what a script supervisor does, but most of it applies to fiction writing as well. Maintaining the continuity and flow of action is a basic task of writers and editors. Sloppy continuity can throw a reader out of the scene as much as a film viewer.

Thank you, Adobe.
Without you, I'd never see the crash reporting screen. I'd forget what the beachball looked like. My project folders wouldn't fill with recovery files.
So, thank you, Adobe, for all that you do.

Today a friend told me about their post-Cheers head cannon, mostly involving Cliff joining Norm and Vera in a throuple, solving all three's relationship problems.
I've decided I'm super into this.

The papercraft vintage computers you never knew you needed to obsess over.

The science behind why I'd really rather read than watch a rambling video. (tl;dr: Reading comprehension handily beats listening when learning something new.)

Today's Santa Claus theory Show more

Today's Santa Claus theory Show more

This is a trippy neat little demo: Using projection mapping to change the apparent material of a dynamic scene. (Doesn't need audio.) So slick, it took me a minute to figure out what was going on.

Someone saw Mastodon open on my tablet today and said "Looks like you're up to something fun!"

No one ever said that when they saw Tweetsite on my screen.

“I think of art, at its most basic, as a DEW Line, a Distant Early Warning system that can always be relied on to tell the old culture what is beginning to happen to it.”

-- Marshall McLuhan

Avengers trailer talk Show more

TFW you recognize the artist: folks don't steal art from creators that should have been paid for and repost it here

I do this on the birdsite from time to time so I'll do this here too: Ask an astronomer! Ask me astronomy questions until 21:00 Mountain Standard Time!

Today's very weird fact: The SR-71 Blackbird was initially specified with a coal slurry power plant.

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