Remarkable Collection of Steampunk Sculptures Continuing the theme of Steampunk – Unique Steampunk Insects – we want you to show the remarkable collection of Steampunk characters, engines and vehicles created by Belgian artist Stephane Halleux. For a long time Stephane worked as an illustrator and drew cartoons in his spare time. In recent years he became interested in steampunk style and the creation of unusual sculptures. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Shell So far, I’ve used GNOME-Shell for at least 10 minutes and Unity for at least 15. And it was six months ago. Just to tell you how much I’m competent on the subject. And I didn’t like them. Transcript of Rendering the World Presentation This is a transcript of my Rendering the World session for anyone who was not able to attend the FOSS4G conference. This transcript is based on my memory and is not a recording so there may be differences from the actual presentation. My name is Young Hahn. You can follow me on twitter or on GitHub. Today I’m going to be presenting not just my work but the work of my colleagues: AJ Ashton, Dave Cole, Konstantin Kaefer, Artem Pavlenko, Dane Springmeyer, Tom MacWright, and Will White.
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About IMOS Home About IMOS IMOS stands for "In Memory Of Socrates." Socrates urged us all to use our minds and, more specifically, our intellectual abilities to examine our lives, our beliefs, our principles, our actions and our ideas. As individuals and as a society, we far too often fail to follow this good advice. We are so often woefully in error because we fail to scrutinise what we say, what we do and what we believe by using the intellectual capacities at our disposal. Tarkovsky Films Now Free Online Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-1986) firmly positioned himself as the finest Soviet director of the post-War period. But his influence extended well beyond the Soviet Union. The Cahiers du cinéma consistently ranked his films on their top ten annual lists. Ingmar Bergman went so far as to say, "Tarkovsky for me is the greatest [director], the one who invented a new language, true to the nature of film, as it captures life as a reflection, life as a dream."
About Futility Closet - Futility Closet Futility Closet is a collection of entertaining curiosities in history, literature, language, art, philosophy, and mathematics, designed to help you waste time as enjoyably as possible. The database now totals 9,886 items, and more are added each day. You can read them chronologically, by topic, or randomly, using the Random Post button in the sidebar. 7 Python Libraries you should know about , Reposted here. In my years of programming in Python and roaming around GitHub's Explore section, I've come across a few libraries that stood out to me as being particularly enjoyable to use. This blog post is an effort to further spread that knowledge. I specifically excluded awesome libs like requests, SQLAlchemy, Flask, fabricetc. because I think they're already pretty "main-stream". If you know what you're trying to do, it's almost guaranteed that you'll stumble over the aforementioned.