@Odysseus0Day 5
π€ Sick
I had some trouble breathing at school and got home earlier. Thanks asthma! I'm now fine, but I didn't go to any of my activities today, and I won't tomorrow as well, so I will work on a few things!
:netflix: Mr. Robot
Watched the final episode. This is a masterpiece, go watch it.
:duo: Swedish
Duo wasn't mad for yesterday. I did my Swedish today, and he seemed ok. I think...
π¨ Letter from HQ
I got a letter from @Holly today, for a riddle! Can't wait to solve it with my Hack Club today! I just noticed that it was written on 3rd of February and it came today... Thanks Hellenic Post!
:tw_spiral_calendar_pad: Tomorrow
Boy, I have a lot to do for tomorrow! Gotta study some C, work on that Python project I haven't touched, update my website, do my Swedish, study Ancient Greek (WHYYYYY) and other school stuff. That's a lot π

@ced0shaking my head while looking at a software rasterized quad in zig
not following a tutorial or anything, just seeing how much I can do with the vector math I already know
I think calling @sin or @cos means your executable gets linked to the CRT which adds 60kb to my executable; if I can find a pure zig implementation of cos/sin, I can knock the executable size back down to ~4kb
I also think the quad grows in size a little bit when it's rotated because my tangent and normal aren't actually perpendicular π³
ideally instead of setting the entire tangent vector, I could just set the "angle" and have my quad be an axis + angle combo,
but I'm not sure what the vector math looks like for that. I know if I have two perpendicular vectors I can get a third orthonormal basis using the cross product, but I'm not sure how to go from one perpendicular vector to 2 short of quaternions or rotation matrices (surely there's an easier way?)@matthew0smh π΄ β> shakingmy.horse

@thestarmansart0My brother and I cleaned, laid gravel, and spread chips in a horses stall today! Hot work lol

@pragyarajfb130Tried out new boots for riding today, had a nice time at the stable with the horsesππ!