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youtube-dl is one of my favorite pieces of community-maintained open-source software. Despite the name, now works on many sites – youtube, vimeo, even Twitter. You do "youtube-dl URL" and it figures out how to get you a local, offline copy of the video. https://youtube-dl.org/
asking for lit magazine recommendations,
- what I want: a print lit/poetry journal either featuring queer writers exclusively, or featuring women exclusively (and they are explicit and vocal about trans women being women)
- what would be a 2nd best option: same but in epub or other reflowable format for ebook readers
- what I found: uuuh Room?
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@dankwraith yeah i mean you can think about all education this way; the reason education is valuable is because the world is full of infinite fractal beauty and complexity and a lifetime of learning about it is the best way to spend your limited time on earth, but instead we just think of education as a glorified job training program
If you would like to order a hardcover copy of my comic, 116 sides, 58 pages, constituting the first book. Please let me know in the next 10 days (starting July 9th, 2020). Costs $40 plus shipping.
You may also read it online for free here:
Fairy Play is a fantasy horror comic, not appropriate for children.
If a lot of people place orders, I'll extend the ten days to give people more time, but as I'm typing this I don't know if anybody is going to order any.
I'm looking for recommendations of history books or other nonfiction books about specific indigenous nations written by people from those nations.
I'm a librarian and our local school kids regularly have "pick an indigenous nation to write about" assignments but we only have settler-written histories when it comes to specific nations (we do have An Indigenous History of the United States for Young People B"H but for the homework they need to be more detailed about specific nations)
You seem small in comparison to this brain of metal and lightning. You walk forward, clutching your small card as the machines hum and blip beside you. You gently insert it into the proper slot, and then turn your crank/press the button/whatever it is begin computation.
The overall physicality of it seem refreshing to my laptop-tired mind.
When you think you've got it, you take out your hole punch (!) and pop it onto your final card. You then get up, and walk over to the computer room.
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