Published on: Sat Jun 13 20154:20 PM, California US I like to ask myself how hard would it be to recreate existing tools. This is because sometimes tools break, and I am unable to find suitable replacements. It's only natural to understand that the way to have the best tools (and thus be the best engineer) is to create your own best tools. It's been 4 minutes of writing so far. I've googled dreamhost and google app engine. At dreamhost I navigated to 'Domains' and clicked the 'DNS' link for my domain I randomly happen to own metafarble.com. By now it's 4:35. I could be moving faster. The only reason for writing is, currently there are no known buttons to click. While waiting for the DNS txt records to update from Dreamhost to App Engine, I begin to setup the git for the project. The project is 'global comic stream', Take a photo from my phone and it joins the stream. 4:44 PM, California US Atlas-Sailed-Co organization has created a private github labeled Metafarble. It's cloned locally. It has MIT License. 5:21 PM, California US I've become engrossed in the details of the build. It's based off my last speed build. I'm thinking of using Processing.js for the first time. 5:40 PM, California US Included stripe.js because it never hurts to be prepared. The Demo button for it states 'Pre-order Printed Comic Book'. 7:25 PM, California US Initial requirements complete. Metafarble.appspot.com is live. metafarble.com should come online within 24 hours once DNS has propagated. 7:32 PM, California US Signing off to use my phone to take photos of some comics I've been drawing for Metafarble. Time to spend the next 3 hours 10 minutes playing with my new app.