Python 3.9.0 OpenPGP Public Keys Source and binary executables are signed by the release manager or binary builder using their OpenPGP key. Release files for currently supported releases are signed by the following: Release files for older releases which have now reached end-of-life may have been signed by one of the following: Anthony Baxter (key id: 0EDD C5F2 6A45 C816)Georg Brandl (key id: 0A5B 1018 3658 0288)Martin v. Löwis (key id: 6AF0 53F0 7D9D C8D2)Ronald Oussoren (key id: C9BE 28DE E6DF 025C)Barry Warsaw (key ids: 126E B563 A74B 06BF, D986 6941 EA5B BD71, and ED9D77D5)
Morse Code Translator Text to Morse Just type letters, numbers and punctuation into the top box and the Morse code will appear in the bottom box with a "#" if the character cannot be translated. If you want to translate prosigns, enter them as for instance and tick the "Use prosigns" checkbox in the advanced controls. This is not a great tool for learning Morse code as looking at the dots and dashes does not help. A Map Of Wireless Passwords From Airports And Lounges Around The World (Updated Regularly) - foXnoMad This map is now available in app form! WiFox is available on the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon. Finding an open wireless connection in many airports isn’t always easy, or possible, without a password (or local phone number which is stupid). The difficulty of getting online is why I asked you for and created an always-up-to-date list of airport wireless passwords around the world.
□ MyBib – A New FREE MLA, Chicago & APA Citation Generator What is MyBib? MyBib is a free bibliography and citation generator that makes accurate citations for you to copy straight into your academic assignments and papers. There are tools that already do this, but they’ve stagnated, become infested with ads, and charge you for features that should be free (especially for students). We want to fix this. If you’re a student, academic, or teacher, and you’re tired of the poor bibliography and citation tools out there, then you’re going to love MyBib.
The Future of Facilitation Virtual Workshop Recap + Blog + Voltage Control Addressing the need for virtual facilitation amidst the coronavirus pandemic The unknowns of COVID-19 pose a concern for how to continue business as usual and many facilitators have found themselves wondering how to navigate this transition. So last week, Voltage Control hosted a virtual workshop to discuss the future of facilitation. 120 participants from coast to coast, as well as Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa, joined in a live Zoom gathering to explore what is possible and how together we can shape a new virtual space and learn from one another. Scratch Offline Editor Do I have to download an app to use Scratch? No. You can also use the Scratch project editor in most web browsers on most devices by going to scratch.mit.edu and clicking "Create". How do I connect the Scratch app to hardware devices? You will need to install and run Scratch Link in order to connect to hardware devices when using Scratch app for Windows.
Country Codes List - ISO ALPHA-2, ISO ALPHA-3 and Numerical Country Codes The ISO country code are internationally recognized codes that designates for each country and most of the dependent areas a two letter combination or a three letter combination, its like an acronym, that stands for a country. This code is used for example for the two-letter suffixes such as .us (United States), .fr (France) or .de (Germany) in top-level domains (for countries) in the Internet. The three letter code is also often used at events with international participants from various countries like sports meetings or song contests, where you can see abbreviations like CAN (for Canada), DNK (for Denmark), AUS (for Australia). This is a list of two letter codes (ISO alpha-2) and the three letter codes (ISO alpha-3) as well as the United Nations used numerical code M49 for countries, dependencies, and other areas. (Dependencies marked in Italic writing)
Blog about Android, Tech, and more! I just Survived an Airplane Crash! I still remember very vividly. Recently I was headed from somewhere in Arizona to San Francisco on flight 824. As usual, the flight was pretty darn boring, and life was same as usual. Then suddenly, nearing our destination in San Francisco, the airplane started free-falling. Interactive Map of the Battle of Gettysburg The technological limits of surveillance during the American Civil War dictated that commanders often decided where to deploy their troops based largely on what they could see. We know that Confederate general Robert E. Lee was virtually blind at Gettysburg, as his formerly brilliant cavalry leader J.E.B. Stuart failed to inform him of Federal positions, and Confederate scouts’ reconnaissance was poor. The Confederates’ field positions, generally on lower ground than Yankee positions, further put Lee at a disadvantage.
Future Shock is Here: A Future Now Special Edition The far-reaching consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are a stark reminder that global shocks will always be part of life. While shocks, by definition, are unpredictable, it doesn’t mean you can’t prepare for them. In fact, the purpose of futures thinking (like the kind we do at IFTF) is to develop practical tools, skills, and other capacities to anticipate, survive, and even benefit from disruptions of all kinds.