I was inspired to build redstone again from reading this survival build journal entry by Joey_San in the Minecraft Forums. The idea I got was to regulate the water led in from the river to the cistern/tank underneath the building by building a form of sluice. It is perhaps one of the simplest Minecraft red-stone … Continue reading Building a small water sluice : episode 17 of Acacian Ascendancy, an (almost) vegan and peaceful Minecraft Let’s Play & Build Series
Today I overcame the habit of staying in bed and went up to do yoga. Since I changed the sheet I cover the mat with I took the chance to update the photo of the yoga mat on the page with my current yoga program. Next I showered and got dressed in this beautiful shirt … Continue reading Saturday! Casual Coding, Fancy Food, Phenomenal Photos, Amazing Art, Dire Documentary and Review
https://youtu.be/vthY7o-yIN4 Improving technical skills slowly... I added both an intro and an outro screen with music, plus a blooper to finish. The audio still sucks though, compared to what's possible with a good microphone. I made a tour of all the builds dedicated to the kind people at the Minecraft forums, felt really good! This … Continue reading Episode 15 of my first gaming video series
Started the day by applying for a pretty awesome job within business intelligence with plenty of opportunities for learning and growth. Requested skills were knowledge of programming languages like Python and good English skills, both of which I've got plenty. I sliced down my messy CV meticulously before applying and felt like a match. Memes … Continue reading Monday. Meming. Music. Munching. Meditation. Michael and More.
Video Editing as Meditation This morning I woke up around 9, even though I had intended to wake up at 4! No official meditation or yoga, but I managed what I really had looked forward to; rendering the latest episode in my vegan and nonviolent Minecraft Survival series. And I got into a good flow … Continue reading Meditative Editing • Applying for Social Aid • Technology Testing: from Magellan through Brinner & Fair Phones to Gutenberg • Wordly Words