Climate change is complex and dangerous, but some of the key (and too often overlooked) drivers are our industrial cultures.
I’m Max Antonucci. I write code, blog posts, notebooks, and musings.
As a writer, I write to remember lessons I've learned in programming, mental health, philosophy, and life in general. Or random things I need to get out of my head.
As a chainsaw juggler, I don't do anything since I don't exist. I don't juggle chainsaws since '06.
One of my (oddly specific) hobbies is laser-cutting anime images. A few MakeHaven members have been curious how, so I wrote a tutorial on making your own.
I've (mostly) left Twitter for over two weeks. The effects have ranged from good, amazing, and later on, horrible.
Go to my Instagram today and you’ll start with photos of my fancy anime woodcut blocks. You likely already guessed this, but I only spend a fraction of my time making those. Those six photos were taken over several weeks.
Most of the remaining time I had was spent reading, coding for my job, watching videos, trying to catch up on news or code articles, playing video games, or walking to get away from everything else on the list. Pretty standard things that we always do ourselves but are boring when we see others doing them. In other words, everyday life.
Most of my life isn’t spent on something cool or edgy. But they’re the only ones I think are worth sharing with everyone. But most of my life will still be boring from an outside perspective, and normal yet enjoyable from my own.
Need some inspiration porn? I recently updated my phone wallpapers with some anime wallpaper creations.
As an added bonus, people who see them will think I’m a naturally motivated, discipline person. As opposed to the truth: I’m a typical lazy, distractable human using mental tricks to avoid those impulses.