The Foreign Services Institute developed audio language courses. These courses are now available in the public domain for free and include some 40 languages so far, including Twi.
Archive for April, 2010
“The logging server itself is a centralized service to which any and all Python code/processes/servers can log messages to. This means that multiple processes can log messages to the same log file without conflict. This concept extends across servers that are running Python processes so long as there is a network connection between those servers. … Read more
The World Bank’s data catalog is open, providing easily-consumable statistics for over 2000 indicators. It’s a fantastic resource with an excellent opportunity for informative visualizations.
Making the case for the SEC mandate that “most ABS issuers file a computer program that gives effect to the flow of funds, or ‘waterfall,’ provisions of the transaction [and that] the computer program be filed on EDGAR in the form of downloadable source code in Python.”
Imagine a world with government-backed usage of … Read more
This slick presentation about HTML5 is itself written in HTML5. While originally written for Google Chrome, most of it works fine in Safari.