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Rutabaga casserole, by Lisa Holm
1 lb rutabaga, peeled and cut into pieces
1/2 lb floury potatoes, peeled and cubed
Water for boiling
1 cup unbleached white flour
1 cup milk
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
1/3 cup cr...
recipe  LisaHolm  rutabaga  casserole 
2 days ago
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
"One central predecessor of life sim gaming was Activision’s curio Little Computer Person (1985), released on Commodore 64, Apple II, Amgia, and other systems, the brainchild of artist and technologist Rich Gold. An ex-pat of the San Francisco experimental music nexus, Gold had been key in developing the user interface for Serge Tcherepnin’s People’s Synthesizer before studying under Robert Ashley and David Behrman at Mills College. He co-founded and was a roving member of The League of Automatic Music Composers, pioneers of dense “networked” electronic music and among the first to expand computer composition from solo to group endeavor. He was also known for a series of mid-’70s durational performances he called Books in a Day: he would inhabit a gallery space for 24 hours and write an entire novel, pinning the pages to the wall on butcher paper. In later iterations, he would develop AI systems to aid in the writing process."
ScreenSlate  AnimalCrossing  TylerMaxin  KatsuyaEguchi  RichGold  SergeTcherepnin  WillWright  TheSims  TheWizard  JaronLanier 
2 days ago
Peanut Butter Cookies
"INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup butter (1 stick, 4 ounces, 112 g), room temperature
1/2 cup (100 g) white granulated sugar
1/2 cup (110 g) packed brown sugar
1/2 cup (130 g) peanut butter
1 large egg
1 1/4 cups (160 g) all purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt

1 Make the cookie dough: Beat the butter until creamy, 2 minutes. Add the brown sugar and white sugar, beat for 2 more minutes. Mix in the peanut butter and the egg.

In a separate bowl, vVigorously whisk together the dry ingredients—the flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Stir the dry ingredients into the sugar butter mixture.

2 Chill the dough: Wrap dough in plastic and refrigerate at least 3 hours.

3 Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C).

4 Shape the cookies: Shape the dough into 1 1/4 inch balls. Place the balls of dough about 3 inches apart on un-greased cookie sheet. Flatten in crisscross pattern with a fork. (It helps to dip the fork in sugar to keep it from sticking to the dough.)

6 Bake: Bake at 375°F (190°C) until light brown, about 9 to 10 minutes. (Remove the cookies from the oven and let cool in their baking sheets for a minute. After a minute, transfer the cookies to a rack to cool completely.

Note: For chewier cookies, bake at 300°F (150°C) for 15 minutes."
recipe  cookie  peanutbutter 
2 days ago
Dither It!
inspired by Low-tech magazine!
image  dither  tool  AlexHarris 
3 days ago
Panix, Public Access Networks Corporation
"Panix, the oldest commercial Internet provider in New York, is dedicated to providing stable and reliable Internet access, email, netnews and UNIX computing services to the public. We started in 1989, before the Internet even went commercial, and we're still going strong.

Today we're a full service provider, offering V-Colo virtual private servers (VPS), mailboxes and other email services, assorted domain services, web hosting, real and virtual colocation, Internet access (T3s, T1s, and national dialup), and web programming and network consulting services. We also specialize in Unix shell access, from anywhere on the Internet, anywhere in the world."
NYC  hosting  ISP  UNIX  1989  Internet 
22 days ago
Meg Webster Studio
from Jace

Adobe PageMill 3.0 Mac

"To the left hung a TV with video player stripped of their cases...."
MegWebster  artist  NYC  sculpture  html 
22 days ago
Wikipedia - Dilberito
"His aim was to create a healthy food product that also had mass appeal, a concept he called 'the blue jeans of food'."

"The New York Times noted the burrito 'could have been designed only by a food technologist or by someone who eats lunch without much thought to taste.'"

We Make It Easy To Eat
burrito  Wikipedia  Dilbert  ScottAdams 
23 days ago
Literary Marketplace
"she told me to go to the library, find the Literary Marketplace directory, xerox editors’ info, and i’d never worry abt rent again!"
writing  editor  data 
24 days ago
Wikipedia - Standard Reference Method
"Determination of the SRM value involves measuring the attenuation of light of a particular wavelength (430 nm) in passing through 1 cm of the beer...."
beer  color  Wikipedia 
24 days ago
Wikipedia - IAU Working Group on Star Names
"Names preserving world heritage are strongly encouraged; common and cultural names preferred over new,
Names should normally be 4–16 characters in length; short names preferred over long,
Names should be pronounceable in some language and be non-offensive,
Names should not be too similar to an existing name of a star, planet, planetary satellite, or minor planet.
Names of individuals are prohibited for bright stars (except for rare historical cases),
Contrived names are discouraged (except for rare historical cases),
Names of events principally known for political or military activities; of a principally commercial nature; of pet animals and acronyms are prohibited."
Wikipedia  star  name  Astronomy  InternationalAstronomicalUnion 
28 days ago
The mattress landfill crisis: how the race to bring us better beds led to a recycling nightmare
from Mika

"The development of roll-down technology – which allows mattresses to be packed into small, easily shippable boxes...."

"Theoretically, consumers can cycle between these providers for high-quality mattresses at no cost: a Wall Street Journal reporter recently calculated that if she took advantage of all the offers available, she would be able to sleep on a free mattress for eight years."

"'We've introduced a disposable mattress business model at a time when we probably should be moving in the exact opposite direction,' says Alexander."

"'Wherever waste is, there’s criminality somewhere.'"

polycotton

"Allsopp and Scollick have visited the warehouses from which the scammers operate. It is common for workers to run the minute they see them, mistaking them for Environment Agency officials. (It’s the hi-vis jackets.)"
mattress  landfill  TheGuardian  UK  recycling  sleep  disposable  free  foam  metal  crime  SirinKale 
6 weeks ago
crushedpeanut
found during an image search for Mary B. Ward

great Twitter!
LauriePiña  comic  poem  illustration  Twitter  SanDiego 
8 weeks ago
How Sustainable is a Solar Powered Website?
"Our self-hosted, solar-powered, off-grid website has been running for 15 months now. In this article, we present its energy and uptime data, and calculate the embodied energy of our configuration. Based on these results, we consider the optimal balance between sustainability and server uptime, and outline possible improvements."
2020  solar  power  website  sustainable  data  energy  server 
8 weeks ago
Welcome to laurel.world...
"Written in pure raw energizing HTML"

sun.png
1992  html  LaurelSchwulst 
10 weeks ago
Wikipedia - Martin Yan
I've been watching Martin Yan's Chinatowns on YouTube.
Wikipedia  MartinYan  cooking  TV  PBS  Cantonese  UCDavis  restaurant  food 
11 weeks ago
GAP/R George A. Philbrick Researches Archive
Teledyne Philbrick

"PhilbrickArchive: 1.5GB:
scans, photos & plots
413 html pages
917 gif
311 pdf
1320 jpg
11 zip
3012 total files"
GeorgePhilbrick  research  archive  electronics  blackbox  engineering  analog  operationalamplifier  circuit  JoeSousa  scans  2005  pdf 
11 weeks ago
Wikipedia - History of wikis
I wish I had a screenshot of my page on Wiki Wiki Web.
wiki  Wikipedia  history  Superbrown 
11 weeks ago
Folgers Crystals
was just wondering what flavor crystals were

"Folger's Coffee spent years, a small fortune, and three tries at bringing out a freeze-dried coffee that "tasted, smelled, and looked like fresh-brewed coffee." Each time, consumers voted thumbs down, saying, "It just doesn't taste enough like fresh-brewed coffee."
Finally, the third (and last) product development project and market testing was completed with improved, state-of-the-art, freeze-dried coffee crystals that looked and tasted like fresh-brewed coffee, and even real coffee aroma captured in the jar. It was discovered that the key target consumer group, freeze-dried coffee users, were accustomed to their instant coffee and really didn't know or like actual fresh-brewed coffee!
(Quoted from http://www.quicken.com, without permission, "fair use" assumed.)
Known for the series of commercials that would show a typical place where brewed coffee might be served (restaurant, office, etc) while a whispered voice-over would say "We've secretly replaced their regular coffee with Folgers Crystals, let's see if they notice", followed by them (amazingly) not being able to tell the difference!
The FolgersCrystals effect in action:
A friend of mine was working "subversive XP" recently. Management insisted on full design documentation up front. My friend lobbied and argued to no avail, so he finally agreed. He sat down and cut-and-pasted totally random segments of design docs he had available, added a couple of diagrams, formatted it up and submitted it. Total time spent: one hour.
It was received so well that, ironically, his group was held up to the company as the shining example of how to do design docs.
That looks a bit risky to me. In an academic environment it would be plagiarism. -- JohnFletcher
{I read that to mean his friend copied his own design docs, so his only sin would be claiming to have designed up front what he actually documented after development.}
Note that, for a consultant, such activity would constitute felony fraud. You can go to jail for that. Very phunny.
You can go to jail for being lazy and horrible at your desk job? Puhleez! The nonsense passed off as knowledge these days!"
coffee  Folgers  wiki  Superbrown  WikiWikiWeb 
11 weeks ago
Wikipedia - List of Chinese musical instruments
trying to figure out what that pitched gong drum is called
Wikipedia  music  China 
11 weeks ago
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