May 30th, 2020

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Where did I leave my e-book?

Books: anonymously (sorted by popularity) - Project Gutenberg

There was a time, way back when livejournal first started out, when I couldn't unglue myself from the computer. I would spend hours on it trying to figure out this blog thing and the programming languages that go with it. I was gung-ho about learning programming and I found something called Rebol. I worked and worked to get that bliki software running properly on my computer. It wasn't easy. I went from zero programming experience back then to average html/css coder.>

I think those days are back again. Isn't it something what a wee bit of tweaking does? I've been cramming on MySQL videos via my library membership and lynda dot com. I've learned so much after having installed MySQL, the workbench, getting PHP to synch with it and dreaming about one day hashing out my own blog from the ground up. I had missed those days. I wouldn't even pause for lunch. Even computer nerds pause long enough to take a bite out of a hot pocket. Goto Website Here's a link from the bookmarklet I finally got to work on my Opera browser about nothing important. I just wanted to test it out.


Los Angeles Public Library - Incidental inventions / Ferrante, Elena

Incidental inventions
by Ferrante, Elena
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'This is my last column, after a year that has scared and inspired me.'

With these words, Elena Ferrante, the bestselling author of My Brilliant Friend, bid farewell to her year-long collaboration with the Guardian. For a full year she penned short pieces, the subjects of which were suggested by editors at the Guardian, turning the writing process into a kind of prolonged interlocution; the sub
Los Angeles Public Library - Incidental inventions / Ferrante, Elena
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