I am lucky enough to have TWO birb friembs (you know who u are)
everyone has their bird friend. like their friend who no matter what is a bird person. they’re among the most valuable.
This is… oddly uplifting?
omg. omg!! THAT’S TRUE.
So I had ordered a lion statuette for a Pride award but something went wrong somewhere down the line and when it arrived it had only the rear end of the lion.
It was a catastrophe.
OH FOR FUCKS SAKE
THIS AVOCADO IS FURIOUS
Pumpkaboo lamp (with mini Pumpkaboo plush)
It is tiny and cute and runs on batteries. Perfect for use as a night light!
(This lamp is part of the Spooky Party Halloween promotion at Pokemon Centers in Japan.)
omg!! It is tiny and cute and runs on batteries. (Thanks, Clover.)
There are actual tears in my eyes xD he paused the game to check up her dress!!! AND ITS JUST A VOID!!!
I am trying so hard to think of a pun on topiary and some rabbit-related word but I CAN’T. >:C
rotomw a réagi à votre billet :I wrote a thing in Haskell to read a PNG and tell…
PNGs are organized into named chunks of data, like you’ve got
IHDR for basic metadata (height, width, etc),
PLTE for the palette if applicable,
IDAT for the actual pixels, etc.
Then there are a bunch of optional “ancillary” chunks, like
tIME (timestamp), and like five different kinds of chunk for intended physical properties of the image (colour profile, DPI, etc) that different programs handle inconsistently.
What I want to do with this eventually is strip out unwanted ancillary chunks because a) I am super anal about not having that junk in there; b) sometimes I’ll run into some odd program that does something totally screwy trying to apply information from a
pHYs chunk or something.
I wrote a thing in Haskell to read a PNG and tell you what chunks are in it! In Haskell, which is totally different from any other language I know and which I’ve been working with for a week and a half! Just a week if you don’t count the days I didn’t touch it!
I am so awesome.