Since this post more than a year ago, things have changed. I now have less than 9000 subscribers (8,573 since this post). One of the two main reasons is that I actually don’t post videos anymore (last video was 4 years ago since this post). The other main reason is when YouTube removed hundreds of thousands of inactive of inactive/dead accounts, resulting in a considerable drop of subscriber count for a lot of people. Now, it’s sort of going up and down around 8,500 now.
But, that hasn’t stopped continuing rise of views in my stick figure videos. In fact, as of the time of this post, when you search for “pivot” in YouTube, my “Stick em Up” video is the very first video in the search results. That video alone has 3.3 million views!
Anyway, just an update to the current situation of that.
Once in a while, I do their CSS challenges, but I never shared my results with anyone simply because I just use these challenges to test myself and keep my skills sharp. Today, they have a JS challenge and a CSS challenge. The challenges revolves around making a memory card game, where the player(s) try to get the matches by flipping over two cards. I recommend trying them (and their other CSS challenges, which they tweet out in their Twitter), especially if you’re a beginner.
This is my JS entry (with some of the CSS from the CSS entry (basically sans transitions) so you can actually see the divs).
The current build of IncrediBots 3 might become the next public beta!
First off, I apologize for not having any updates to both the alpha testers and the public. Work took most of my hours and other at-home projects have taken up the rest of the hours I have, leaving me with no time to work on IncrediBots 3. But now I have opened up some time to work on it once again!
The alpha testers are currently testing alpha version 0.00.32a. So far, there have not been any hitches. There are two main changes between this build and the last public beta: improved bomb explosion algorithm and semi-active continuous collision detection.
Big websites and companies like Google and Wikipedia are going to have their websites blacked out on January 18 from 8am to 8pm (EST) to demonstrate how it would be like if our everyday websites were inaccessible. If you have a website or a blog, join us!
This blog is my productions blog. I will mainly post whatever stuff I make that will emphasize what I specialize in.
What the blog will probably contain:
- Ideas for program, design, or product
- Drawings of ideas/concept
- Music I made (drafts and final)
- Links to websites/programs/designs/products I made or was a part of
- Work-in-progress stuff
- Unrelated but interesting (hobby-ish stuff)
- Graphic design (Photoshop and Illustrator)
- Programming (C/C++, Java, BASIC, Flash ActionScript 2/3, LUA)
- Adept at learning new programming languages