the final result. i love it, and would recommend getting this done to anyone with healthy hair.

the very best part? i don’t have to blowdry, straighten (pfft like i ever did) or otherwise ‘style’ my hair in the morning!

problem: i want to map the tilt of my scroll wheel to switch between spaces (which i keep in a row) when i push it to the left or the right. steermouse accomplishes this, but makes my mouse fail in firefox. (which is unacceptable)

solution: using the application controllermate, which is ridiculously complicated, and some googling- i achieved success. i am now in a blissful, computery state.

here’s what’s happening in the screenshot: the black tab is the AC pan on the mouse. there is no ‘button’ for tilting the scroll wheel so instead you set it to look for a certain value input. the blue tabs state -1 is the value when tilted left, +1 when tilted right. underneath that, on the green tab, is something to set only if you have conflicts with other settings on the mouse. set it to .50s if you experience this. the bottom, gray tabs state the key commands to activate each spaces action.

why is this so complicated? because apple only let’s you pick from 4 different shortcuts to do this particular action. (dicks.)


some stats + figures on my mobile camera usage1

these images came from photo stat app. this is a super cute idea and the design is so pleasing. even the icon is wonderful… i wish i had a reason to run it more often.

  1. i delete a good chunk of what i take though, i don’t think that is accounted for. and for app use, there are definitely some hipstamatic photos in there so it’s not 100% default camera. my hipstamatic photos are always with bettie xl lens, berry pop flash + ina’s 1935 film. 

this is one of many folders chock full of text files. these text files are unorganized accumulations of song lyrics, bits of writing, quotes and rampant emotions.

now that i think about… these documents sort of acted as my tumblelog before it ever existed.

i have been making these since i was in grade 7.

creative nonfiction prompt: object from your childhood

my something(s) are these disks because i did not understand then in the least bit how they worked and they were gigantic and silly looking. additionally, circuit boards were “new york cities” and i haven’t quite gotten over them yet.