Apple may have a vision, but it wasn’t the thing that made the most impact this week.
WWDC Keynote day. Spent a while reading all the carefully enthusiastic news coverage that almost, but not quite, manages to skirt over the fact that the Metaverse just ain’t happened yet.
Somewhat busy day at work, Decided to skip one of my usual news binging sessions and do some exercise instead. Other than that:
- Personal inbox zero.
- Driven by curiosity around the Game Porting Toolkit, ended up messing with with Whisky for a while. The Windows 64-bit binary Godot ran first try, which is pretty amazing if you think about it.
Bank holiday. Spent a bit too much time playing Zelda on the Switch.
- Did a bit of 3D printing for my kids. A while back I found a Galaxy Black filament that looks especially good at 0.2mm layer height–sadly, it appears to be sold out now, but the results were amazing.
- Revisited the steps to upgrade my KP3S Pro to Klipper. Am hesitant since it is really good already with a Chinese CHT clone nozzle, so I’ve had little incentive to do so.
- Cleaned up my
dotfilesa bit. After years of wrestling with NodeJS, I finally decided to adopt
nodenvon the basis that since
Regular work day, half catch-up, half planning for the next week.
- Resumed patiently refurbishing a keyboard, which is a pain to disassemble and reassemble (especially the keys with stabilizers).
- Spent a bit of time reading the Wool Omnibus, and quite a bit of time playing Zelda.
- The reward gradient in TOTK really gets going once you unlock Auto Build, and I’m having a pretty entertaining time sending off low-count Zonite bots to storm enemy positions.
Allergy day, which meant I wasn’t able to focus on much other than a bit more 3D printing.
- Do not recommend Silk PLA+, it’s a pain to print with and the finish mars easily as it’s very sensitive to minor printing glitches.