Am slowly adding content here. I want this site to be something that _feels _like me. So I added pages like Podcasts I Love (more coming soon!), but this means I need to mess around with the CSS more so it’s all very time-consuming at the moment.
I also wrote this script recently, for the mod Sim Settlements 2 in the game Fallout 4. It’s a tool to count the number of plots in a an SS2 settlement. Here it is: Sim Settlements 2 Layout/City Plan Analyzer This helps people like me who build city plans for SS2. That’s another big thing I want to link to here: the content that I contribute to other sites or projects. I have several Fallout 4/SS2 mods up on NexusMods right now. It is fun. :) I really wish I had more time because I’d love to get more into modding!
Fancy new stylesheet! Dynamic drop-down menus! (The blog one will not be dynamic indefinitely. I’ll do that by category, maybe, or just have a separate archive page.) Fancy article images that alternate being on the right and left! (I <3 CSS!)
Friggin’ hell, this all took SO LONG to do.
It’s not quite 100% integrated into TextPattern yet, but the site is functional, so I’m leaving it for now.
Gaming time! I suppose I should get some supper too… :o
I disappeared there for a while. Not that I was ever really here. But I figured out I’m never gonna actually launch this site, so might as well just start writing here. I’ll fix all the broken pages and empty placeholders and ugliness later. :P And I gotta get one of those old-school “Under Construction” gifs from the 90s internet.
Stuff I gotta work on/add here:
Get my website to run python, and make a GUI for my Sim Settlements 2 city plan stats generator thing
Battlesnakes – my brain has been thinking about algorithms since I first found out this was a thing, and now I gotta actually do it to free up that brain space!
My graph theory theorem – because graph theory is awesome (yes, I took a 3rd year Graph Theory course in university to find out how to formally prove my ‘theorem’ I figured out from doodling, and then it turned out that a special case of my theorem was a question on the final exam!)
Word of the moment: SNOUT
This word never gets old. It’s so fun to say. Snout.