@matthew1Earlier today I stumbled across a series of Twitter bots that make cool generative art. The creator, who previously did not know how to code in Python before making those bots, said that this article was instrumental to him figuring out how to make those bots. So for the last few hours, I've been going through this and following along and making my own random image generator. The code was less than 100 lines long, so I figured it would be pretty simple, but there's soooo much going on that it took me hours to figure out how it works. Here's the repl where I built it. And here are some of the images I made with it.
Now that I understand how this works, I'm hoping to hack it a bunch until I make something unique and that's entirely my own creation 👀
@ella1I did Harsh's twitter automation workshop! :python:
@cfanoulis0I'm taking a leaf off @lailahn's book and in 2021, I'm trying to get my IRL life together
So today, I left most Discord servers I was in, delete my Patreon & put my Twitter on freeze.
Last time someone said "2020 will be our year", the year went down f*cking fast. But I know for sure, 2021 will be my year
@jessding0trump apparently mentioned mit in the presidential debate?? So mit twitter went oFF
in other news today I wrote a paper about true crime mukbangs and learned a piece of choreo
@kayley1Tweeted by melody and then retweeted by Orpheus? I think I'm famous now 🥵.
@michael0I take some time to away from coding stuff. I often open twitter and find a lot of debate about politic in US (I search them or someone share it to me). I remember a girl who scream and cry when Trump won the election (2016 president election) and I realize Trump has a ton of hatters and it inspire me to make this...
@ifvictr0tons of coursework over the past ~2 weeks, so i haven’t been able to grind out any new projects. went idea hunting on twitter and found a ton of gems, but i’m probably not going to be able to get to all of them 😞. on the bright side: i got a new personal best on tetr.io!
@arhaan.ahmad20030Learnt basics of inkscape, because I wanted to make a logo for a twitter bot I'm building. The bot is weekaso, it's kind of lame right now, but I have a few ideas in mind. Here's the logo, it's not very good but I tried guys.
@ifvictr0someone on twitter said today that every github contribution graph tells a story, so i spent a bit of time figuring out what mine was
@kayley1:twitter: One very last update about GWC SIP! I'm not great at using twitter (ironic much?), so I actually just found out about this a couple minutes ago! Feels amazing to not only be featured, but also have my project featured on Twitter Women Eng.
@olusolagloryolamide0It's so damn few weeks back 😔 had alot to do but couldn't get any available computer to do stuff...just staring at this little graphics I got from @lachlanjc twitter TL or maybe it's even Hack club TL 🤔 (not sure of it)...hope to get computer to work with soon. Those with one are really lucky haha...have a cool weekend 😍
@lachlanjc1Moved houses & got a late start yesterday, but got a few things in:
• Added print styles to Workshops site, h/t @melody, to improve usability github.com/hackclub/workshops/pull/19
• Bank: Added example HTML embed code for embedding your donation form on your website
• Bank: Removed the webfonts for improved performance & a nice design tweak
• Bank: Shipped verrry first prototype of new cards ordering flow I’m working on (not public)
• I started my reign over Brand Twitter, now that I’m running our Twitter twitter.com/hackclub/status/1296655498842906625?s=21
Photo from a nighttime walk around campus with @matthew!!
@thatrobotdev1My internship group at @CodeDay Codelabs just wrapped up! I learned a lot, and I was in a group with some amazing people. Thank you @saharsh for being our mentor!
We created a short demo video about the chrome extension that we maa
In 4 weeks, we created altML. altML is a chrome extension that uses machine learning to generate image captions for websites that don’t have them. Check it out at github.com/saharshy29/altML!
@kayley1Today was the last day of SIP, and I've made so many memories and met so many amazing people over the past two weeks. Me and Kiana made a website for our final project (kayleyseow.github.io/SHEQUALITY), and presented it to Twitter partners today (I even had an amazing convo with Ms. Brand about bro culture in the workplace). Alas, virtual SIP isn't the same thing as a real one at Twitter, but I wouldn't give it up for the world.:twitter:
@zrl0Board meeting today. Since February: 2k average daily messages on Slack -> 10k average daily, 1.3k Twitter followers -> 12.3k. Hack Club Bank total transactions $1.36m -> $1.89m ($534k increase). AMAs as a format started. Summer of Making. 100s of hardware grants sent, 1,000s of #scrapbook posts made. Photo is of everywhere Summer of Making stickers are going (127 countries). $610k in donations received from 8 new donors.
Talked work schedule over next few weeks with team. Some light work on /z. @melody made awesome grilled chicken for dinner.
@jessding0baby’s first incendiary(ish) twitter thread 😊😇
@kayley1:twitter:I was just on a call with Jack Dorsey! He's literally the chillest guy I've ever met. I got to ask him about his biggest regret, and I learned so much! I'm literally on cloud 9 right now.