Welcome to mastodon everyone! I love seeing all this art posted. But we do have some folks on here who don't see well, and they really appreciate it if you add a description to your images. Just briefly what you're showing people, so that they have some idea what they're looking for.
I know sometimes it seems like too much work, and if you can't you can't. But it does make your work accessible to more people, not least because more of us will boost it.
If you find your mastodon experience too political, too meme-y, too science-y, or just not interesting enough, choose who to follow more carefully. Unfollow some people who fill your timeline with boring stuff; it's not a personal judgement, and you'll still see it if one of your friends boosts their toot. And follow someone who posts the sort of thing you like. Check out hashtags from their cool posts.
Most of all, post the sort of thing you'd like to see more of!
"This is Cocoa," she said, introducing the large cat.
"Cos of this lovely brown fur?"
"No, he smells like chocolate. And here come Strawberry and Oldbook," she announced as the pair scampered in.
"Because one's ginger and the other's a little dusty?" I giggled.
"No, they smell like their names."
"Oh. What about that one?" I asked, pointing at a white cat behind the glass door.
"That's... 'Patty'. She stays outside."
Books whispered to me.
I rarely opened them because it was like being inside a roar. The intensity overwhelmed me.
But I didn't mind the whispering; for me it was the same as folks who like the sound of rain on a pond or wool being combed.
As I was leaving the library I noticed a chillingly silent book on the floor. I nervously opened it to the first page; blank.
"Help," it gasped.
Her voice became the sweetest I knew.
OMG OMG OMG. You can order Girl scout cookies online: https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookie-care.html
Another day challenging my goal to work regular hours: I need to examine this data before I observe again on Sunday, and the machines I have here don't have any of the relevant software. So I have an unknown number of hours of fighting with compilers and libraries before Sunday. I'm just not sure how to manage regular work hours when stuff like this happens.
So there's this group of autistic artists who are planning on visiting each of Glasgow's museums once they reopen and provide feedback on how they can be more accessible to autistic visitors.
Obviously plans for the actual visits have been delayed a fair bit by the whole......thing.... but that hasn't slowed them down as far as preparation goes, and they've gone and done a wee video outlining their intentions
Also I did the music for it.
I cheered as what was clearly a genie emerged from the ring my great-aunt had left me.
"What wishes would you have me grant?"
"I wish for everyone to be cured and an effective vaccine to be available if needed!"
"That's a little beyond me. You'd need Lamp or higher."
"Oh. What CAN you grant in this situation then?"
"Every conference call will have multiple pet visits and your groceries will always replenish?"
"That would be nice."
Okay this art is absolutely amazing! Done by https://twitter.com/allosaurex?lang=en !!!!
It reminds me of my old days of rock climbing and canyoneering.
Also garlic mustard! It's an invasive species, so you can pick as much as you want. It tastes like arugala and can be made into pesto.
Iguanas have 3 eyes. Two eyes like ours, and a third on the top of their heads, which is only sensitive to brightness and ultraviolet.
I used the neural net GPT-2 to generate some April Fools pranks.
conveniently they're all pranks you play on yourself. or possibly solo performance art.
I am an astronomer and a tinkerer. I have been using peridot for a long time now. Je parle Français aussi, plus ou moins. Sorry maar alleen een beetje Nederlands.
#astronomer #maker #madscientist #hacker #code
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