I remember old things I love and find new things to love all the time. This list will never be complete!
- The Pragmatic Programmer
- Where the Wizards Stay Up Late
- Soul of a New Machine
- Nine Algorithms That Changed The Future
- The Elements of Computing Systems
- The C Programming Language, Kernighan & Ritchie.
This is The Real Book for those in software development.
- Impossible to Ignore, Carmen Simon
- Influence, Robert Cialdini Ph.D.
- Pre-Suasion, Robert Cialdini Ph.D.
- Salt Sugar Fat, Michael Moss
- The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg
- Outer Wilds
- Rhythm Heaven
- Sky: Children of the Light
The Legend of Zelda
If you’re down for a weird time, Cruelty Squad
- SiIvagunner (i’m sorry)
- Next to Normal
- Spirited Away
I strongly encourage the use of free and open source softwares. Most of those involved in my creative process, development workflow, or anything else I do are listed here.
The graveyard has discussion of any media I once enjoyed, or software I previously used, but would no longer recommend to others. There are a variety of reasons for my opinion on something to change like this; for software, it often happens due to the entity controlling the software changing properties of the software for the worse.
Aseprite is a quality piece of software that became proprietary in mid 2016. Aseprite’s source code is still publically available, but it was formerly GPL and is no longer. Instead, there’s Libresprite, a fork of Aseprite from its last version before becoming proprietary.