missed another buttstuf vinyl show, but am listening in on the archived one https://archive.tilderadio.org/buttstuf/tilderadio-buttstuf-2020-08-06T01_02_17.mp3
hope you get totally better and well, dude.... we miss you!!! 🤠
"Another terrible website is this conference anouncement. Look at the scrollbar....."
Terrible use of CSS??🤨
"I started that one, but it only takes you so far. You have to pay for the rest, unless that's changed recently."
Yeah, it's too bad that the author understandably did the Try-Before-You-Buy thing with both links :( There is, though, Barton Poulson's 'Learn Python the Hard Way' YouTube series covering the first 37 chapters of the older Python 2.x ver of the book at https://bit.ly/2Oj2skT
Should be easy enough to do on your Mac machine(s) ;D
Thnks for the link to Amazon, although am intensely against Amazon, Multibillionaire Bezo$' megalith company 👿
FYI, was recommended another interesting Python tutorial entitled 'LearnPythonTheHardWay' via the links https://github.com/ubarredo/LearnPythonTheHardWay/blob/master/README.md and https://learnpythonthehardway.org/python3/
Not directly related to your current space shows, but would you happen to know where one could view online for free the various excellent space-related books by author Arthur C. Clarke??
Sure, have already searched on Project Gutenberg https://www.gutenberg.org and on the Internet Archive https://archive.org/index.php
and here are some blog posts:
Thanx much for the links!
Will have to go through some of them.
One nitpicky gripe is that the github link calls for setting :syntax on in a .vimrc file, and this can make vim editing unreadable with a variably-readable color spectrum 😐
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Thanks for another [typically] awesome three-hr set, hardmous!
SDF com person,
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko