Hi everyone,
For (a stochastic musical game) I need to record the players during a simulation. I use ... But I can't get audio input in android despite a running p5.audioIn.
Any ideas? I think is something related with android audio device priorities...

I am working in a stochastic musical piece which is a game at the same time. It takes elements of the actual pandemic and . I think I managed to make a good logo for it: .

This weekend has a series of four circular motif abstract pieces. The first based on 90 degree angles. Matte gel ink on gloss paper.

I have been working a lot in a computational model to simulate epidemics and the effects different populations responses.
Now I started working in its documentation for those curious like me who want to think about the pandemic.
I will write some short post about the process too:

My mail client used to be @k9mail in my first smartphone (Xperia X8 with Cyanogen Mod).
I installed the app in now in my new .
When I first opened the app a message alert it is not made for . But It works so fine...
I think will be my e-mail client again.

Now I oficialy started the *algorithmic Me* blog... I will try to write content in english. I have never done it... yet.
This is about how *Image Magick* helps me as a photographer:

My new challenge for this week...
My first attempt to install Arch Linux on a Pendrive...

I had never had to revert a commit in a git repository until today. I could solved a massive mistake by a friend just creating a new branch from a past commit.
If you learn how to use git you have superpowers.

I am working on *algorithmic Me*, the site in which I will share the part of my life related to coding.
I finished the *about me* page which perhaps is good continuation for my introduction here.

I have been here in only 24 hours and I already discovered and (probably my next linux os).

My first smartphone was an Xperia X8 in which I installed Cyanogen Mode. After using iOS for years, now I enjoy a Moto G7 with Lineage OS.
I always kept some distance from Google or Facebook. My landing in is another step in taking care of my virtual identity.


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