About Me

Hi! I’m nathan wentworth, I make video games and websites. I like using vanilla/ES6 JavaScript, Unity C#, and Python. Recently I’ve been into making CLI tools and server-side web apps.

I’m interested in design, open source software, minimalism, fashion, and human-focused technology. I like fun music, video games, and taking photos.

Currently working for FableVision Studios.

Feel free to email me or talk to me on twitter! Follow updates on this site with RSS: posts, projects, and recommendations.

Things I Like

2020-05-27

  • music
    Sturm by Clouds
    yet another incredible track from clouds as part of their Arkiv series

2020-05-09

2020-05-06

2020-02-09

Recent toots

Recent Bookmarks

  • accio memes! on JK Rowling, separating art from artist, and how you cannot do that in Harry Potter

    Harry Potter pretends to be an aracial story about found family, but if that were true, why are Harry’s distant ancestors important to who he is today even in the seventh book? Why does Harry have to live with his cousin and aunt and uncle? Because magic inherently prefers blood ties. Whilst Rowling was writing a story that seemed to say, “your heritage is not that important and doesn’t make you better than others” she was still writing a story about a boy who got all of his money through his bloodline, who was protected by living with his bloodline, no matter how evil, who was uniquely able to stop Voldemort because his bloodline passed down the invisibility cloak for generations and generations. Any step Harry takes he is compared to his perfect parents who were exactly like him — he looks just like his father, but he has his mother’s eyes, you know! — consider WHY a woman who is racist might’ve written a story like this. A story that on its surface, condemns a blood caste, but still in every step it takes, validates the idea that blood is thicker than water, and your geneological origin is what makes you special.

  • A boot is crushing the neck of American democracy | Cornel West

    The fundamental question at this moment is: can the United States be reformed?

  • Achieving accessibility through simplicity

    For general advice on web accessibility, I would start with the following: “trust the web browser”. Leave the page at its default font size and avoid using custom fonts, preferring to use vague selections like “sans-serif” and “monospace”. Don’t mess about with the scroll wheel, don’t override default behaviors on the right click and text selection. Don’t use JavaScript to create custom input elements like text boxes, combo boxes, or scrollbars. The web browser will do all of these things for you — trust it to do a good job.

  • in4k.github.io | About

    The goal of the in4k site is to be the central resource about creation of demoscene 1kb, 4kb and 8kb intros. We hope to compile public domain resources into a single site, as well as mirror them (in case of websites closing).

  • 'Kentucky Route Zero' Pays Off on Nine Years of Hope and Doubt - VICE

    In these final moments [...] KRZ makes one final reversal, enlisting shame as a revolutionary weapon instead of a reactionary one: Look at this! it says. Look what we could have! And looking at it, I could see another world, one where we take care of each other, where clean water, and dental care, and free gender expression, and economic stability, and everything else would be possible. And I felt in my skin and in my bones and in my teeth that not fighting for that better world would make me a fucking coward.

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