I've been collecting creative checklists. Here's one by Aaron Coberly:
It reads: Squint to see basic shapes; Composition; Simplify; Lost and found edges (hard and soft edges); Bold rich colors; Paint thickly; Use broad strokes.
It reminded me to start painting again. As anyone can see on my instagram, I'm not particularly great at it. But it's fun and I enjoy doing it.
I've been using mostly Procreate and HeavyPaint. HeavyPaint was created by a single programmer/artist using the godot game engine (?!). It's not perfect, but it embraces restrictions and gives back some creative art.
A twitter rant about the expression "low and middle income countries". As if there's a category of people who intrinsically, genetically, naturally are bound to a particular social/economic role.
Solved a lot of my Makefile/script issues by using Taskfile. It's kinda obvious, but a great way to organize things. Also, browserslist is an amazing resource (together with babel/rollup) to be able to target proper web user share.