I do hope you had some fun setting up or updating your blog. I wrote a
little thing myself to satisfy the criteria of this challenge, which you
can find [here]. If you want to, go ahead and reply with your own shiny
new blog or post on the previous thread. I didn't get a chance to see many
of them, and I'd like to check them out if I can.
Let's try something different. Up to now, pretty much all of the
challenges I've presented here have been to do a thing right here on
tilde.club. I have quite a few more of this kind listed in a file in my ~,
so don't you worry about that, but this week I want to go rogue and
challenge you to do something in meatspace.
Some weeks ago---quite on a whim---I decided to learn how to fold a paper
crane. Or, at least I *tried* to learn. I still haven't quite succeeded,
although the attempts I've made to date have come closer and closer to the
proper article. Anyway, I've been enjoying the sensation of folding and
the pride of completing something I didn't know how to do. These aren't
new sensations, really, but they're novel for me since they came from
something so simple and analog.
~club, I challenge you to fold a paper crane, or if you prefer, just
do an origami. When you're finished---or have had enough---post a photo of
what you made to your tilde.club page, or drop a link or path in IRC.
(Photos of failed attempts and franken-paper are welcomed and encouraged.)
[This site] was a good resource for me, but feel free to go above and
beyond (or stay below and well-within, if you like). Just have fun, and
let us all know how it goes.