Here’s a quick round-up of our more trafficked tweets from December – a slower month than usual online but we stayed busy and found some really interesting stuff to share!
Screenity is like an extension hobby gone pro! It’s also well-documented on Github – a great example of how to release your code for the public, and it uses some fantastic libraries to boot!
What we're looking at: "Screenity" is an open-source screen recorder & annotation tool for the Chrome web browser.Developer Alyssa X has documented their code on @github, using #jQuery, #FFMPEG, Plyr, Pickr, and more: https://t.co/yV6IEuK9J9 GET IT:https://t.co/VoRQdRNs6j pic.twitter.com/6DWvilaN9l — QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) December 2, 2020
What we're reading:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) December 22, 2020
"Spies once used knitting to send coded messages—and so can you"
Cool story that shows the relationship between coding and Jacquard knitting or other fabric arts!
MORE:https://t.co/teDPX6fx9U#knitting #coding #codingisfun #codingislife #Espionage pic.twitter.com/x1zpQ3V0a6
This is one of the coolest things we never thought of, but completely makes sense – hidden code in fabric and fashion!
The theremin is without a doubt one of our favorite instruments of all time (all time thus far we should say).
What we're listening to:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) December 1, 2020
This @WNYC @AllOfItWNYC segment, "100 Years of the Theremin"
One of the coolest and intriguing instruments around!
LISTEN:https://t.co/uEHQkCOQJY#theremin #instrument #instruments #SonicArt #SoundArt #100Years #100YearAnniversary #WeAreAllMakers pic.twitter.com/MNtDSkwski
What we're looking at:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) December 4, 2020
"Making a Hot Wire Foam Cutter [with] 3D Printed & Basic Tools" - this thing looks great and very functional for its size and material investment.
WATCH:https://t.co/cUx8q4quGU#MakerTool #foam #polystyrene #hotwire #DIY #homemade #makerspace pic.twitter.com/Sy2BgMab7G
A hot wire foam cutter is something you don’t think you need until you use one and then you want to use it all the time!