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[liberationtech] Should we start a new Stanford liberationtech-news list?
companys at stanford.edu
Sun Feb 19 20:19:38 PST 2017
We should tweet about Peru. Perhaps that could be our theme for the day?
On Sun, Feb 19, 2017 at 8:17 PM, Cecilia Tanaka <cecilia.tanaka at gmail.com>
> On Sun, Feb 19, 2017, at 9:31 PM, <lists at rickv.com> wrote:
>> And hey Ceci! The script I posted also uses Tweepy. Check it out --
>> there is of course much more data that could be pulled, but I kept it
>> minimal, thinking that this is likely best for a plaintext summary.
> Thanks Rick! Muuuaaah! :* <3
> I don't know what's happening today, but my Internet connection is
> oscillating a lot and I didn't verify several important things until now.
> I am having problems to install some apps and watch videos too. I've lost
> SpaceX live cast and other cool stuff, snif!
> Well, Ecuadorean elections were today too. I confess I am worried about
> Assange's future. :((
> Moreno took the lead, but after the last USA's elections, I don't trust
> preliminary results anymore.
> I will search for voluntary help to fine tuning the code, dear. If I try
> to code, Assange will probably be kicked from Ecuador and Trump will tweet
> the nuclear codes, ouch! :P
> Kisses, take care! :*
> PS: - Good travel, Yosem. God bless you and your ways. Yep, I have a
> very controversial relationship with my own faith and religions, but I
> still pray all the days asking protection to my loved ones and the rest of
> world. Hope God exists and protects everyone, but take care, OK? <3
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