Want to learn lisp/scheme? Want to learn it so fast you go from NOTHING to SCHEME WRITTEN IN SCHEME in an hour?!?!
(It'll also be recorded!)
The presentation is based on A Scheme Primer, written by me and published by @spritelyinst https://spritely.institute/static/papers/scheme-primer.html
Hope to see you there!
Hello, it's winter where I am but I understand a lot of the world is experiencing extreme heat. As an Australian who has survived weeks of above 40C temperatures, fires, and prolonged drought I have some advice.
- In dry heat close your house. Close windows, draw blinds. Darkness is your friend. Open at night.
- Heat rises, so keep low if able - downstairs instead of upstairs.
- Use fans / aircon if you have them but prepare for possible electricity outages as demand increases.
- Damp towel over forehead.
- Drink water. Have it with you all the time.
- Stay out of the sun. Remain inside or in shade.
- Wear a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, light clothing if you do go out.
- Reduce activity. Rest more. Don't go jogging at midday or anything like that. Heat is physically and mentally exhausting.
- Go out if you need to in the early morning or late afternoon / after dark.
- If you can, keep kids home, & work from home.
- If it's still hot at night take a quick cool shower. Sleep is easier at 20C or below.
- Check on elderly & frail. They are vulnerable.
- Let yourself sweat. But keep up electrolytes with sports drinks or medically appropriate hydrating drinks / something like that.
- Your workplace / school should develop an extreme heat policy for health & safety.
- Don't go sight see near fires. Stay away.
- Keep a radio or access to radio stations available for advice from your emergency services / weather / news services.
Finally returning to 三級. It has been over ten years. Here's a little progress file I wrote up with #libreoffice .
The Mozilla Blog: How to easily switch from Chrome to Firefox https://blog.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/how-to-switch-from-chrome-to-firefox/
Just finished porting the `--diff` feature to the #rust port of #aura . It's way more robust than it used to be; you can actually see everything that changed over all tracked files (not just PKGBUILDs).
`--hotedit` was ported yesterday too, which means Aura's row in the "AUR Helpers" chart on the Arch Wiki can be made all green.
Rust/Haskell Software Developer. Author of Aura. 現在カナダで開発。
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