Yes, hello 😁 http://wgpu.rs/
For more than a year, I've been researching subjective moderation systems as part of my Master's thesis. What I ended up with is TrustNet, a system for representing, and interacting with, computational trust.
In the linked article, I summarize my research, link to the academic article I wrote, the code I produced, and the 30 minute Master's thesis presentation I held at the end of May.
wgpu-rs development is really starting to heat up, just came across this load test project https://github.com/MacTuitui/wgpu-load-test I'll be reading through that code for the next couple of days
I've recently started doing these black and white compositional studies in Procreate. They have a twofold benefit:
1) by understanding compositional qualities in painting, my generative art compositions also get better,
2) they scratch my visual creation itch in times of long programming stretches which yield no visual output.
I will now pester you with them. 😆 #30daysofoseka
Consumerism has done this weird trick of pushing "convenience" as a kind of moral sentiment. It does not apply to "work" (or "labor" to those on the left) which is supposed to be non-fun but required.
The central idea seem to be that anything that is not one's "job" should involve as little effort as possible. Laziness is a virtue and anything that requires effort is dismissed as foolish, old-fashioned drudgery. But don't most rewarding things require effort?
If we want people to move away from corporate hegemony, we will also need to convince people that convenience is often not a virtue and that doing things the hard way can be fun, interesting and convivial (not to mention more sustainable, local and humane).
Did a guest mix for my Kišobran family in Belgrade #30daysofoseka
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