It is amazing that things we could not do 30 years ago are now within reach of hundreds of millions of people thanks to the internet.
My digital adventure starts in the early eighties with the purchase of a Sharp pocket computer (which by the way still works!) and the dream of simplicity: one of the early versions of the Basic programming language.
Nowadays I mostly use Excel to combine several interests: numbers and the natural world. I think it was in 2016 that I made an Excel file called ColorScript for Kids, a simple workbook that assigned a fixed color to each letter of the alphabet and to the numbers zero to nine. I received lots of positive reactions and decided to take it to the next level. Now I use an algorithm to create a digital image that is unique in the sense that it is extremely difficult to produce the same image twice. In fact, if my math is correct, it will be impossible for me to reproduce an identical image with this technique even if I create one every minute the rest of this century.
Remark: Keep in mind that colors appear slightly brighter on your screen than on a printed copy.