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[liberationtech] Should we start a new Stanford liberationtech-news list?

Cecilia Tanaka cecilia.tanaka at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 13:37:15 PST 2017


Hi Rick!  Loved your suggestion, thanks!  :*

Yesterday night, I asked some tips, informations and pratical suggestions
in some groups, but had no many feedbacks yet.  I was searching for some
apps and  - wow! -  most of them want complete access to my account,
password included.  I bet there is some hidden clausule saying I am also
donating my soul and all my body organs!  Ugh, ugh, ugh!  :P

One of my friends suggested I should code and create it, and sent me one of
his experiences using tweepy.

http://ocarneiro.github.io/blog/2016_02_01-TwitterReach.html  (My friend,
Otavio, is the lovely guy juggling!  :D)

http://tweepy.readthedocs.io/en/v3.5.0/getting_started.html#introduction

I am still talking with him, but unfortunately my "coding style"  (cof,
cof!)  is so very disastrous, so horrendous that almost became a legend
among some Python groups.  When I try to code apparently I can summon
Godzilla, Cthulhu, all the Four Horsemen of Apocalypse, but I can't make
anything good...  There is a joke on another list which says the last time
I tried to code, Trump won the elections, meh!  :((

Some years ago, when I told to a friend I was reading the Python Cookbook,
he said:  -  "Hey, wasn't you a veggie?  Snakes taste good?  Which recipe
you will cook?"  Uff, some North Americans still think we eat snakes and
monkeys on South America and that Amazon Forest is nearby, on my backyard
maybe...  :((

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"Don't let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your
curiosity.  It's your place in the world; it's your life.  Go on and do all
you can with it, and make it the life you want to live."  -  Mae Jemison
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