Joshua on March 12th, 2011

Programming Python, 4th Edition by Mark Lutz continues to be an excellent book for Python programmers of all levels. If you are new to Python you definitely want to start with Learning Python or some other introductory book. Once you are familiar with the basics Programming Python should be your next step.  While the author […]

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Joshua on May 17th, 2010

This weekend while Amber was out Wesley decided he wanted to write a few books. He did a great one a while back about Santa Claus. If I find that one I’ll post it as well.  The way this works is I make the books out of paper and staple them together. I provide the […]

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Joshua on May 31st, 2008

I love the Seattle Public Library (SPL).  I’m not sure if Seattle just spends more money than Austin, but the library is so much better considering the cities have similar populations that I still use SPL more than Austin.  Being a few thousand miles away I mostly make use of SPL’s online databases.  Through a […]

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Joshua on April 14th, 2008

It was quite a while ago that I first heard about, but our upcoming trip (specifically the eight to ten hour drives in each direction) brought it back to my attention.  Librivox is a site that as they say “provides free audiobooks from the public domain.”  They do this in a marvelous way.  Once […]

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