The clip show episode #2

There’s a whole lot of good stuff out there on the Internet. Here’s just a bit that I discovered recently:

  • The Nerd Handbook — “A nerd needs a project because a nerd builds stuff. All the time. Those lulls in the conversation over dinner? That’s the nerd working on his project in his head.”
  • Out Loud — “That’s your goal, and you can have a wildly successful presentation without achieving it, but a one-slide presentation represents the ultimate commitment to your audience. It says, ‘This isn’t about slides. This about me telling you a great story…’” (as seen at 43Folders)
  • ForTheScience.org : MacOSX Leopard extended ls — The meaning of the “+” and “@” values in the long ls listing. Also working with ACLs and resource forks.
  • Stevey’s Blog Rants: Emergency elisp — “Most Lisp introductions try to give you the ‘Tao of Lisp’, complete with incense-burning, chanting, yoga and all that stuff. What I really wanted in the beginning was a simple cookbook for doing my ‘normal’ stuff in Lisp. So that’s what this is. It’s an introduction to how to write C, Java or JavaScript code in Emacs Lisp, more or less.”
  • California Photography Galleries and California Gallery Guide
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