Trying a new (for me) way to get baryta prints to dry flat: taping them to a window. #printparteh
“ ... To write code is to create bugs. Then comes the teeth-grinding frustration of removing them, one by one by one. But, to stay in the profession, you have to feel a sense of excitement, to be intrigued by what you don’t know, to feel the pleasure of the hunt … ”
From this interview with Ellen Ullman: https://lithub.com/ellen-ullman-we-have-to-demystify-code/
Very true. I want to read this book now :)
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