Over the last few weeks I’ve stepped away from various online spafs, and real world ones too for that matter, on Twitter. I took it upon myself to purge my timeline of negativity and just try and keep an overall much happier mood. I’ve found this to greatly improve my well being and I highly suggest you do the same.
Anyway I made an awful Twitter app to make hot takes. Don’t worry, I hate myself so you don’t have to.
After attending my first hackathon we just about had a working prototype of the project RoadTripr, a website designed to generate the perfect length of Spotify playlist for a road trip. After the event I decided to sort out the issues we had by converting it to Flask. This is my story! dramatic music
Back in April of this year (2017) a couple friends, Cam and May, and I went down to Goldsmiths University for AnvilHack III. This is their annual hackathon run in conjunction with MLH. AnvilHack appears to have a reputation for not only producing some very good end products, but also being one of the most inclusive hackathons in the field.
Smooth Jazz plays, the clickedy clack of an old typewriter is heard a shadowy black and white figure sits at a desk as their cigar puffs gentle rise and caress the ceiling.
“It was Easter” the page reads. “I can’t say this was an easy find but after the months of searching we cracked the case. We found the device.”
Alright enough of that crap….
So @maythegoat and I went to a charity shop and found an old Japanese brand Nakajima AX-150 electronic typewriter. Of course the only sensible option next was to hack about with it.
Back in 1999 a band called Smash Mouth released a song called All Star. The song was used, and rose to fame in, the 2001 film Shrek. As of 2016, the song got stuck in my head and wouldn’t go away – so naturally I made a twitter bot…. Continue reading All Smash Bot
I was set the task of setting up a website. How this task came to be is redundant but the main point is I needed a domain name.
Those of you that know me are familiar with my enjoyment of terrible puns – and thus the twain have met. Continue reading SClub Party