Open Source 2D Animation Show more
In stolen moments I've been working on understanding how to do animation in Krita. The current program we use for animation is Frames, by a company called Tech4Learning.
I love Frames, but as a $50 program I have trouble encouraging my students to use it outside of class. If what you teach is limited to the classroom, it's not as useful to the students.
But Krita works, and as someone who learned how to animate using paper and a camera, I appreciate the formatting.
There are two kinds of people...
Should I be concerned when my sub writes this on the board but leaves no other notes?
Either I'm doing this right or I'm bricking my new (to me) laptop, and I won't know which until it's done.
Raspberry Pi Update:
Had to edit a config file using the terminal but it's now on the school's WPA2 Enterprise Wi-Fi.
Browser choice is limited to Chromium, which school Gmail says is no longer supported. Attempts to install Firefox, Iceweasel, and even Chrome have all failed, in part because the files needed are no longer there.
Managed to apt-get Arduino, though, so I'm not completely hopeless at installing additional software...
YouTube made some changes. Turns out policing the little guy doesn't scale well.
This may be a good business decision on Google's part, but I predict an increase in Twitch streamers for gaming content.
For non-gaming content... is there a place for them?
Facebook video is worse.
Scholar.social meta Show more
While it was my wife's idea to call our cat "Socket" for short, his full name is Socrates, named for an ill-fated cat mentioned in a play called The Rhinoceros.
So every time I see @socrates in my timeline talking about instance stuff, my brain mixes the two of them up for a second.