Nathan Davis writes, “When you shuffle a deck, it rearranges the order of the cards and I got wondering what that looked like.
I took a deck of physical cards, wrote 1 through 52 on each one, shuffled them, then wrote down that sequence. I wrote up a visualization program to show how it changes and made a short video showing off the patterns.”
I woke up this morning to two exciting announcements about crowdfunders for kid-oriented RPGs, which is outstanding news indeed: the first is a set of adventures for Martin Lloyd’s superb Amazing Tales, a (four and up) kid-and-adult RPG that’s endlessly fun and incredibly easy to get started with; the second is Destiny Dez, from Scott […]
The Black Ghost: superhero noir comic starring an antiestablishment vigilante and a hacktivist sidekick
SQL Murder Mystery is a free/open game from Northwestern University’s Knight Lab that teaches the player SQL database query structures and related concepts while they solve imaginary crimes.
Whoever said you’d never need math to succeed in life clearly never sat down at a high-stakes poker table. When it comes right down to it, poker is a winnable game no matter where you play it – as long as you play the odds. There are time-honored strategies for playing those odds, tested by […]
Clearly there’s a booming market for CBD out there, as more people discover the relief from pain and stress that it can bring. But not everyone uses it the same way, and that’s why cannabidiol products from Common Ground are gaining ground with consumers – not just because they’re one of the most trusted sources […]
Good designers know that a picture can be worth more than 1,000 words. It can also be worth a fair paycheck if you find the right image. That’s why you might want to take advantage of these premium stock photo services, both offering access to thousands of original pics and both on deep discount this […]