@simsa02 "softness and openness of the joints" is key - or rather, the joints are the points at which _muscular_ blocks occur, like kinks in a hosepipe.
@simsa02 How weird, it was Wong's video I watched yesterday, so I'm slightly confused. Interesting to compare though. That last section of Wong's form is just amazing though.
Smol Birb, an absolutely lovely little interactive story, ~40m to play: https://sonmoss.itch.io/smol-birb
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@simsa02 Awe-inspiring definitely... I could watch tai chi vids all day 🙂 I love that a good form moves from the power of "strong" yang to "supporting" yin in a breath. Given the power of water, how would one wield it?
A good look at what 'visual novel' means, and the potential it still has in a world of indie devs: https://arkicade.itch.io/a-monsters-insight/devlog/244302/visual-novels-and-innovation
From the archive: Collected & charted energy usage ranges for gaming consoles: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16Fq2xXbnccZYDBwVa5pqIgouQxp09fkSqMe93YwitKg/edit?usp=sharing
Carbonalyser in Firefox is saying http://coronavirus.data.gov.uk has used twice as much energy as youtube for me, which seems pretty crazy. I check the interactive map every few days, but can it really be more intensive than video streaming?
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