[CentralOH] Dvorak Keyboard Brands

timothy spencer smashing_good_show at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 14 20:43:32 CEST 2015


Hello all, my forearms are getting better, and I am just going to go ahead and get a Dvorak keyboard. Any recommendations for brands? On Amazon, I am seeing, iMichro, 4Keyboard, Matius, TypeMatrix... The later two look pretty nice. 

Let me know,
Thanks.

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>    1. 2015-04-10 ?? Scribbles ??/??? Self-printing Programs;
>       Squatting; Books; nose; pip v PEP; modbus pi; visualization;
>       Frying Bird in Flight; Para(sol|guas); umbra; refactoring
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> Subject: [CentralOH] 2015-04-10 ?? Scribbles ??/??? Self-printing
> 	Programs; Squatting; Books; nose; pip v PEP; modbus pi; visualization;
> 	Frying Bird in Flight; Para(sol|guas); umbra; refactoring
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> wp: prefix means Wikipedia
> To get good answers, consider following the advice in the links below.
> http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
> http://web.archive.org/web/20090627155454/www.greenend.org.uk/rjk/2000/06/14/quoting.html
> 
> Playing with programs that print themselves out.
> Which is easiest for you to understand?
> 
> ==> quince1.py <==
> import sys
> 
> with open(sys.argv[0]) as _file:
>     for line in _file:
>         print(line, file=sys.stdout, end='')
> 
> # The file=sys.stdout is unnecessary.
> 
> ==> quince2.py <==
> import sys
> 
> with open(sys.argv[0]) as _file:
>     for line in _file:
>         print(line, end='')
> 
> # Note the leading underscore in _file.
> 
> ==> quince3.py <==
> import sys
> 
> with open(sys.argv[0]) as _file:
>     for line in _file:
>         sys.stdout.write(line)
> 
> # <filelikeobject>.write() does not add a newline.
> # print() adds a newline by default, hence end=''.
> 
> ==> quince4.py <==
> import sys
> 
> for line in open(sys.argv[0]):
>     print(line, end='')
> 
> ==> quince5.py <==
> import sys
> 
> print(open(sys.argv[0]).read(), end='')
> 
> ==> quince6.py <==
> import sys
> 
> sys.stdout.write(open(sys.argv[0]).read())
> 
> Somebody else had reservation for Community Room but they did not show up,
> so we got the room anyway. This is second such incident in recent months. 
> 
> Two books were borrowed:
> 
>     Beginning Python Visualization
>     Crafting Visual Transformation Scripts
>     http://www.apress.com/9781430218432/
> 
>     Learning Python, 5th Edition
>     http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920028154.do
> 
> nose program
> https://pypi.python.org/pypi/nose/
> 
> pip versus PEP
> 
> PEP: Python Enhancement Proposals 
> https://www.python.org/dev/peps/
> 
> pip: The PyPA recommended tool for installing Python packages.
> https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip/
> 
> https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0020/
> https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/
> 
> Modbus sensor
> raspberry pi
> http://pyvideo.org/search?models=videos.video&q=visualization
> 
> explored recursive functions
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2917210/python-what-is-the-hard-recursion-limit-for-linux-mac-and-windows
> https://duckduckgo.com/html/?q=python+recursion+limit
> See colug.net/python/dojo/20150410
> 
> wp:Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project
> fries birds like ants under a magnifying glass
> When microwave radar pioneers could track birds, they killed some.
> 
> parasol for sun
> paraguas for water
> umbrella
> umbra (shadow)
> penumbra
> 
> Was asked if it was OK to bring code for refactoring.
> It most certainly is.
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