This is the official Hundredrabbits newsletter, and lists all of the changes we've done to our projects and apps during the month of September. We'll also be reporting in our on position in the world, and on our future plans.
Summary Of Changes
- Nasu, chr6 and noodle were merged into one project. Natively on Linux and Plan9.
- Moogle, our minimal 3D wireframe toolkit now runs natively on Linux.
- Paradise, wrote a tiny implementation of Paradise in C89 called Parade.
- Gyo, created an experimental VM project.
- Donsol, began putting together an instruction booklet for the game's upcoming physical release.
- Famicom cookbook, began improving and re-designing our example files and tools.
- Spacetime, ported Norns code to Famicom.
- Plan9, updated notes, ported forth interpreter, implemented themes, built color picker.
We released a video of our Pacific Crossing, it serves to put images to words.
Our little studio was featured on WIRED Japan this month, in issue 38 called Nomadic life, off the grid and reconnection. We're assuming what they said about us was largely positive, but unless we can translate it all from Japanese there's no way to know!
For those who understand French, read our interview with l'ADN, in which we discuss resilience and autonomy.
In other news, hundredrabbits now has a space on Gemini, thanks to Solderpunk. It won't be a perfect mirror of 100r.co, as we want it to host unique content. For those who don't know, Gemini is a collaboratively designed internet protocol, which explores the space in-between Gopher and the web (HTTP). Read more on Gemini.
Where is Pino?
Victoria, BC (48 42.230'N 123 36.900'W)
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