Looks like Amazon is retiring the Goodreads API, which just another step towards basically abandoning Goodreads and folding it into some other Amazon service I guess: https://joealcorn.co.uk/blog/2020/goodreads-retiring-API
My advice? Get off Goodreads while you still can (ie export your content) and move over to StoryGraph: https://beta.thestorygraph.com
A black-owned startup finally developing a viable alternative to Goodreads. Fuck yeah!
(Why not LibraryThings? Because, guess what.. it’s also owned by Amazon!)
Love to explain to white ladies posting chain letters on fb how human trafficking actually *doesn't* usually involve intricate kidnapping schemes to snatch white girls out of nice neighborhoods but in reality is deeply tied to the way we push poor and immigrant communities to the margins of society
(No, actually I really love doing this)
Kid wants to learn animation. He's used Wick, but it can't do everything he wants to do, and he's used up a trial of Adobe Animate.
I don't want to support Adobe's Creative Cloud keep-paying-every-month-forever subscription model.
Question for the fediverse: What animation drawing programs have you used? Which ones have you found to be easy to learn, capable, reasonably priced, etc?
We've looked at some of the other programs here, but I'm hoping for more context:
Check out today's #ThimblefulThursday #Writing #Prompt and weave some words into a little fiction!
OH. MY. GOD. I am crying happy. https://www.tiktok.com/@thebroletariat/video/6893929978484886789
Looky looky I helped to make a super cool thing! :D
It’s gorgeous and funny and it might make your real actual daily life just a l’il better! https://apps.apple.com/us/app/his-dark-materials-my-daemon/id1535817912
3542! Good first day. #nanowrimo
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