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Edit images with Jupyter and Python #

Polaroids and palm trees

Recently, my kid wanted to make a coloring page from a favorite cartoon. My first thought was to use one of the open source programs on Linux that manipulate images, but then I remembered I have no idea how to use any of them. Luckily, I know how to use Jupyter and Python.

How hard can it be, I figured, to use Jupyter for that?


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Don't ignore .gitignore #

Business woman on laptop sitting in front of window

I have noticed that many developers do not use a .gitignore file, even though it's a best practice to use one to designate files you don't want Git to track in version control. Because .gitignore can boost your code quality, you should not ignore .gitignore in your repositories.

What is .gitignore?

Files in your working Git repository can be:


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Brain Pickings

https://www.brainpickings.org [creatividad ,miscelánea]

Open Culture

http://www.openculture.com [cultura-abierta]

The Strange Costumes of the Plague Doctors Who Treated 17th Century Victims of the Bubonic Plague #

In the 17th and 18th centuries, what we know of as The Age of Enlightenment or early modernity, Europeans traversed the globe and returned to publish travel accounts that cast the natives they encountered as childlike beings, destitute savages, or literal monsters. Unable to make sense of alien languages and cultures, they mistook everything they […]

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How John Woo Makes His Intense Action Scenes: A Video Essay #

The world does not lack action movies, but well-made ones have for most of cinema history been few and far between. Despite long understanding that action sells, Hollywood seldom manages to get the most out of the genre's master craftsmen. Hence the excitement in the early 1990s when fans of Hong Kong gangster pictures learned […]

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Dessert Recipes of Iconic Thinkers: Emily Dickinson’s Coconut Cake, George Orwell’s Christmas Pudding, Alice B. Toklas’ Hashish Fudge & More #

Image via Wikimedia Commons Of all the desserts to attain cultural relevance over the past century, can any hope to touch Alice B. Toklas' famous hashish fudge? Calling for such ingredients as black peppercorns, shelled almonds, dried figs, and most vital of all Cannabis sativa, the recipe first appeared in 1954's The Alice B. Toklas […]

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When We All Have Pocket Telephones (1923) #

From England's Daily Mirror (January 23, 1923). Find more timely predictions in the Relateds below. via Neil Gaiman Related Content: A 1947 French Film Accurately Predicted Our 21st-Century Addiction to Smartphones Nikola Tesla’s Predictions for the 21st Century: The Rise of Smart Phones & Wireless, The Demise of Coffee, The Rule of Eugenics (1926/35) In […]

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ACM SIGGRAPH

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South African Author and Illustrator Trevor Romain to Keynote ACM SIGGRAPH Diversity and Inclusion Summit at SIGGRAPH 2020 #

CHICAGO — As the SIGGRAPH 2020 North America conference goes to a virtual format starting on 17 August, 2020, the 3rd annual installment of ACM SIGGRAPH’s Diversity & Inclusion Summit welcomes best-selling children’s author and illustrator Trevor Romain as its virtual keynote speaker. In addition to going virtual this year, the Summit will also span across two […]

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New Relic And Grafana Labs Team Up To Advance Open Instrumentation #

New Relic And Grafana Labs Team Up To Advance Open Instrumentation

As part of the collaboration, paid New Relic customers will get a free trial of Grafana Enterprise for 30 days Grafana Enterprise customers using Grafana’s New Relic data source plugin will get updates designed to support New Relic’s latest NRQL capabilities New Relic, Inc and Grafana Labs have announced an ongoing partnership to drive advanced […]

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