The new video and post about how to score both sides of a card (or other paper stock) is up!

Celtic key (or maze) patterns figure prominently in a few past and a bunch of upcoming projects. So, I made a quick video with some basics on how I assemble those as vector art images.

I made a battery ballast pouch for my Quest VR headset out of some “vegan leather.” The pattern, instructions and a build video are at You can also find the build video on my YouTube channel:

Let me know if you make one!

Over on birdsite they're having the cs degree discourse again (thanks to that goog certificate thing). I do have a cs degree. My dad did not. My spouse does not. My current teammates and most of my former teammates from previous job do not. They're all people I'd work with again.

I'm proud of mine because it was a perserverence and fuck-you exercise after getting kicked out, but I sure as fuck don't think it's necessary to work in this enormous field. Aren't there enough gatekeepers already

I made a heat-bent acrylic wall mount for my new Oculus Quest Vr headset. There are photos, instructions and a build video on my Evermore Studio site. Files to make your own are available to download for free, too.

Email is federated, right? So you don't need to pay Big Tech or a spying, spammy mailing list company.


Email is much more federated in practice than it is in reality.

Most of us get our email from one of a few giant email providers - Google, Apple, or our ISPs, like AT&T and its myriad subsidiaries - as well as secret rules for selecting blocking or passing email means that sending mail from your own mailserver is harder than it's ever been.


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It turns out the laser in the studio can also cut this thicker paper-like stuff called wood. So, here is my first go at a little hardwood box with a spiral inlay. Cherry and maple. 2.5 inches square and 1.55 inches tall. Designed in Inkscape.

Spiraling! This w-fold kirigami pop up was my 2018-2019 holiday card. It’s possible I am obsessed with Celtic spiral patterns. I have been busy getting this year’s cards out the door but, wanted to share this one with everyone. May your holidays be bright and full of cheer!

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