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Cake day: Nov 25, 2020

I compiled a master dictionary of all the unique words from pu and ku and made an Anki deck to use!
Last month, I set out to collect all of the unique words in the toki pona language, including new words from ku and a few common combination words, with thorough definitions tied to each word into one master list. This deck is compiled from the dictionary section in pu merged with 2 other dictionaries I found online: - http://tokipona.net/tp/ClassicWordList.aspx - https://devurandom.xyz/tokipona/dictionary.html - https://devurandom.xyz/tokipona/13.html I also pulled a couple definitions from jan Misali's video on ku: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3p4-GFXrkM Finally, the master list itself is available in text format here if you're interested in that instead of the shared Anki deck: - [toki pona ku.txt direct download](https://hub.alamantus.com/index.php/s/CHKqqeFg7GF795c/download) _Note that the list and deck do not include country names and other proper nouns that had examples given in pu and ku, only the distinct toki pona words._ (I tried posting this the other day, but the original flashcards service I was using, Flashcards.io, stopped working for sharing decks, so I figured it was high time I just used the correct software—it was much easier than I expected!)

I really enjoyed jan Misali’s old 12-part YouTube series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjOmpMyMxd8T9lZjF36c4mn4YgwZ4ToT6

They’re working on a new one to reflect changes and updates to the language over the years and currently have one episode out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EZihKCB9iw

They're all video games right now, but I love them and would love to see them become a thing. I have a couple other ideas rattling around that I might add soon, but I'm holding on to them in case I suddenly get extra time and inspiration.

The Pleasure-not-Business Card RPG Jam on Itch.io produced some pretty awesome business card-sized RPGs!
I haven't gone through all of them yet, but some of the notable ones I've seen so far are: - [Spoor](https://cavernsofheresy.itch.io/spoor) (Lightweight free-form fantasy RPG system) - [Tiniest D&D](https://ettincon.itch.io/t-d-n-d) (3 business cards, 2 with lightweight RPG system rules and 1 with quest generator) - [Wallet Dungeons](https://awkwardturtle.itch.io/wallet-dungeons) (Build dungeons with d6's) - [Lost Cities](https://namehaver.itch.io/lost-cities) (Stand-alone adventure suitable for solo play) - [Pocket Planet Fantasy](https://amaas.itch.io/pocket-planet-fantasy) (Generate planetary systems for sci-fi adventures) - [A Long Walk Home](https://fungifungius.itch.io/a-long-walk-home) (Minimalist meditative solo journaling journey using thrown dice to represent a map you travel) - [Blind Luck](https://longgames.itch.io/blind-luck) (Creative alternative to dice) Let me know if you find other cool ones worth checking out! (it shouldn't be hard)
The Pleasure-not-Business Card RPG Jam on Itch.io produced some pretty awesome business card-sized RPGs!

I wrote this comprehensive guide about how to handle Google Takeout in order to export your Google Photos before Google's free high quality photo storage goes away next year and how to subsequently make your export usable. It's intended for all audiences, but the overall message skews toward de-googling. It also includes a link to a program I wrote to help people trying to take the steps in the post so they can skip the hard work if they want. :)

Just my personal portfolio and blog. I don't post too extremely often, but I've got a post I'm working on that'll go live soon! It's nice and light, and I love the style no matter how "old web" it might feel :D