Thursday, March 13, 2014

Battleship Game Made With Computer Programming!

Battleship Game Made With Coding!

Yay! I learned enough computer programming to make a Battleship Game!I made it with Python Computer Code. It is a simplified version of the real game, you have to guess where a ship is. The ship is on a point, and you have to guess where it is. You have four guesses.
A link to it is here.Click save and submit to start.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014



Last Friday, I went to Amsterdam with my Mom, Dad, and sister. It was so much fun. They have these good desserts called stroop wafels. They are so good!!
Stroop wafels are 2 mini waffles stacked on to each other with caramel filling in the middle. I went to the Vertez Museum, the Rijks Museum, the Nemo Science Center, and the Maritime Museum. The Maritime Museum had a replica of a ship owned by the Dutch East India Company. It had cannons that made a loud noise. All of the museums I mentioned are fun! In Amsterdam, there are nearly as many bikes as people! And there are 600,000 people in Amsterdam! And Amsterdam has lots of canals. They are 3 meters deep. 1 meter mud, another meter water, and 1 more meter bikes. People throw a lot of bikes in the water, I guess.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Computer Coding

Computer Coding

I have learned....

By now I have learned lots of computer coding. I know JavaScript,CSS,HTML5, and I'm learning Python.

No, not binary.

With JS, you can make games like this:

var troll = prompt("You're walking through the forest, minding your own business, and you run into a troll! Do you FIGHT him, PAY him, or RUN?").toUpperCase();

switch(troll) {
case 'FIGHT':
var strong = prompt("How courageous! Are you strong (YES or NO)?").toUpperCase();
var smart = prompt("Are you smart?").toUpperCase();
if(strong === 'YES' || smart === 'YES') {
console.log("You only need one of the two! You beat the troll--nice work!");
} else {
console.log("You're not strong OR smart? Well, if you were smarter, you probably wouldn't have tried to fight a troll. You lose!");
case 'PAY':
var money = prompt("All right, we'll pay the troll. Do you have any money (YES or NO)?").toUpperCase();
var dollars = prompt("Is your money in Troll Dollars?").toUpperCase();
if(money === 'YES' && dollars === 'YES') {
console.log("Great! You pay the troll and continue on your merry way.");
} else {
console.log("Dang! This troll only takes Troll Dollars. You get whomped!");
case 'RUN':
var fast = prompt("Let's book it! Are you fast (YES or NO)?").toUpperCase();
var headStart = prompt("Did you get a head start?").toUpperCase();
if(fast === 'YES' || headStart === 'YES') {
console.log("You got away--barely! You live to stroll through the forest another day.");
} else {
console.log("You're not fast and you didn't get a head start? You never had a chance! The troll eats you.");
console.log("I didn't understand your choice. Hit Run and try again, this time picking FIGHT, PAY, or RUN!");

In that game, the player makes choices on how to deal with the troll.

With HTML5, you can make websites. That's why I can make colors like this.
CSS is for styling the HTML5. Combine JS,CSS, and HTML5, and you can use jQuery, which is for animating your stuff.
Of course, other coding languages are useful too. With Python, you can make games like Battleship. But I only know basic, very basic things. I can't make stuff like websites. When you press F12 on your keyboard, you see all the code for the site. But I only can understand a fraction of that.

I learned with Codeacedemy. Coding is really fun!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014



As you may know, I have taken cartooning as a hobby. I have made my own website that has some of my comics. Here it is: ToonMaster3 Gems I haven't uploaded all my comics on to the site, so there is only three for now. I do it online because I'm terrible failing bombing not that good at drawing on paper. Cartooning is a cool hobby, and I can print out my comics and give them out. Even better, I can staple them all into a comic book and give those out too. I've been making a newspaper for the house, and my comics would be good for the funnies section. And reading comics online can give you good jokes if you're a comedian. Start cartooning, before you know it your comics could be in the newspaper! One of mine is at the top.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Life in London

Life in London

After a long hiatus, I resume blogging!

Since you last saw me, I grew taller, got an exercise routine, and learned a bit of computer coding!

But back to the subject of London....

There are three museums that I could walk to. They are the Science Museum,V&A Museum, and the Natural History Museum.

I was excited because I was begging my mom to take me to London, but my requests all flipped flopped failed miserably bombed came a wee bit short. But now I'm in London and I get to go to other countries while I'm in Europe.

Getting around is really fun, you can take a bus or the Tube.There is this useful site called Citymapper that helps you find out the way to your destination.

The museums here are so much fun, parks are cool, and the people here use common sense calling soccer "football"!

I also have a new hobby, cartooning online!

I've learned how to computer code, and it is really fun. I learned with Codeacedemy.