April 2021. One year and one month since our eviction from campus and the world has changed so much since then. But one thing that doesn’t change is the pursuit of knowledge, and the sharing therein. Here are our top tweets for April!
Always cool to see open-source tools make our top tweet of the month! SVGArtista is a great name, a great tool, and should really help users understand the power of SVGs.
What we're looking at:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) April 1, 2021
"SVGArtista" is an online #opensource "tool that helps you animate stroke and fill properties in your SVG images with plain CSS code." Very cool - and slick.
The tool is here:https://t.co/ewlsXzyGGm
& it's inspired by:https://t.co/6MnDwbGvbs#animation pic.twitter.com/zHsxMYWiwo
Another of our in-house projects made the second top tweet for two months in a row – very cool, much love for all the support. You can find this project in the lab 🙂
If you’re at all interested in synthesizer music, music history, homemade instruments and the like, you’ll want to know the story of Malcolm Cecil:
What we're listening to:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) April 5, 2021
"Remembering Influential Producer Malcolm Cecil Who Died At 84" by @WNYC - a #MusicMaker who built "a musical instrument the size of a small room," the world's largest analog synthesizer at the time.
OBIT LISTEN:https://t.co/EeBQIPwyWv#synth #obituary pic.twitter.com/sEC5Qccley
What we're listening to:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) April 21, 2021
"Deep Futures S1:E2 The Future of Medicine" by @Mailchimp, "about the future of organ transplantation" including a story about a #3Dprinted bladder.
LISTEN:https://t.co/PcTUknV2qT#podcast #medicine #3Dprinting #transplant #medicine #FutureOfMedicine pic.twitter.com/0rrx2OfCov
Always cool to see a podcast in our top tweets — we hope that means you’re listening to us, and them 🙂
Two obits in one month…this is sad stuff, but you have to know about those who came before you. Dan was definitely a light that shined twice as bright and therefore burned half as long. You will be missed, Dan.
We're sad to hear about the recent passing of Dan Kaminsky at only 42 years of age. Kaminsky was a #compsec researching and well known for discovering the "DNS cache poisoning" vulnerability in 2008.— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) April 28, 2021
Wiki:https://t.co/fhrAvEGpBZ#CompSci #infosec #hacker #hackernews pic.twitter.com/X6jExUGFUG