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2017-10-26 02:45:18 UTC

Can anyone @here speak to the value of taking a programming class? I'm interested to learn some basic programming but I wouldn't consider myself tech savvy and I doubt I could learn through reading or watching videos on my own

2017-10-26 02:45:54 UTC

@StrawberryArmada this is a good, common conversation so let's keep it public.

2017-10-26 02:46:38 UTC

First: what do you want to be able to do with programming? Be as specific or general as you like. It's a broad skillset.

2017-10-26 02:47:15 UTC

I have a computer science degree and let me tell you it didn't really come naturally to me the first time I took a class (almost failed). Anything that requires a lot of skill requires patience and practice

2017-10-26 02:47:26 UTC

I say "let's keep it public" because normally I would do a voice chat.

2017-10-26 02:47:35 UTC

@StrawberryArmada talk to Lukas bro

2017-10-26 02:48:02 UTC

Creating bots and doing web design would be useful

2017-10-26 02:48:24 UTC

If that even involves programming much

2017-10-26 02:48:30 UTC

I honestly don't know

2017-10-26 02:48:43 UTC

Why do you think you can't learn on your own?

2017-10-26 02:49:18 UTC

I've tried to learn stuff like Python and Java myself with books and videos but

2017-10-26 02:49:38 UTC

I think I lack the inclination to get it without more guidance

2017-10-26 02:50:18 UTC

What don't you "get"? Honest question.

2017-10-26 02:50:20 UTC

I have the option to take a class at school

2017-10-26 02:50:49 UTC

I really don't understand what programming languages even are

2017-10-26 02:51:05 UTC

I don't know how people figure what to put in and where to put it

2017-10-26 02:51:32 UTC

I can't really tell if there's supposed to be some big list of premise commands

2017-10-26 02:51:39 UTC

I getcha.

2017-10-26 02:51:51 UTC

Or if people invent stuff and the computer just figures it out somehow

2017-10-26 02:52:01 UTC

I don't even know how computers work really

2017-10-26 02:52:05 UTC

OK, let me start by saying that "knowing how to program" is very much a continuum.

2017-10-26 02:52:58 UTC

It's a huge skillset. For example, I make applications primarily for automated analysis and visualization of scientific data.

2017-10-26 02:53:16 UTC

I don't know nuffin about languages like C and Clojure, and I don't need to right now

2017-10-26 02:53:36 UTC

Similarly I know very little about networking

2017-10-26 02:54:08 UTC

the "college question" when it comes to programming is a tricky one

2017-10-26 02:54:33 UTC

I went the STEM route. I have two masters' degrees in engineering. But I didn't really know anything about coding until I got out of school

2017-10-26 02:54:53 UTC

I taught myself. But those skills that I taught myself are used literally 10X more than anything I learned in school

2017-10-26 02:55:03 UTC

I probably could have skipped all that college altogether

2017-10-26 02:56:13 UTC

similarly the CIO where I work barely has a high-school diploma, and one of our mutual friends is a self-made multimillionaire who taught himself some tech stuff and got into the phone-dialer business.

2017-10-26 02:56:28 UTC

Incidentally I'll be consulting with him to answer @Procella Eques 's question

2017-10-26 02:56:54 UTC

I've also met people with CS degrees who can't actually solve problems using code

2017-10-26 02:57:31 UTC

think about programming this way: different languages have different core philosophies and strengths/weaknesses

2017-10-26 02:57:59 UTC

what I can do in server-side javascript, I can also do with Python, more or less. But some problems will be easier to solve with Python, others with Javascript.

2017-10-26 02:58:16 UTC

Once you learn a single language, others come much easier

2017-10-26 02:58:34 UTC

What does it mean to learn a programming language

2017-10-26 02:58:43 UTC

I started out with PHP, then went to Perl, then C#, then Python and JavaScript

2017-10-26 02:58:45 UTC

How similar is it to natural language if at all

2017-10-26 02:59:02 UTC

It means you can solve problems using the grammar and syntax of that language.

2017-10-26 02:59:08 UTC

"learning" is a constant process

2017-10-26 02:59:18 UTC

that's the joy of it, but it takes some getting used to

2017-10-26 02:59:40 UTC

So there's rules like grammar in the way you put commands in and commands are like vocabulary?

2017-10-26 02:59:46 UTC


2017-10-26 03:00:09 UTC

Glad I studied linguistics for once

2017-10-26 03:00:22 UTC

one thing that frustrates many people starting out (including me) is that the computer will do *exactly what you tell it*

2017-10-26 03:00:44 UTC

you might not understand what you're telling it at first, but it will always faithfully execute your commands as long as your code is valid 😃

2017-10-26 03:01:05 UTC

don't think of programming as something exotic or big-brain. it's not

2017-10-26 03:01:33 UTC

at the same time, don't try to learn by diving into the code of some large project. you'll be asking yourself way too many questions to make any progress

2017-10-26 03:01:52 UTC

here's my recommendation. First, tell yourself you're going to learn. tell yourself you're not going to quit

2017-10-26 03:02:20 UTC

there are going to be times you'll want to totally give up, because something you think should be simple just doesn't work.

2017-10-26 03:03:14 UTC

but the effort you expend solving that problem will be valuable in the end because you will learn a lot of tricks and gain a deeper understanding in the process

2017-10-26 03:03:44 UTC

there's a LOT to learn, but you don't have to know everything or even a lot to start writing useful things

2017-10-26 03:04:01 UTC

so back to my recommendation. Steel yourself, and then dive in.

2017-10-26 03:04:20 UTC

Take your time as you're learning. Do a little a day. Make sure you understand everything.

2017-10-26 03:05:01 UTC

I recommend starting with "How to Think Like a Computer Scientist" or "Python the Hard Way"

2017-10-26 03:05:14 UTC

either one will get you the same basic knowledge in the end

2017-10-26 03:05:21 UTC

again, don't rush through it. do the exercises

2017-10-26 03:05:38 UTC

if you do a chapter a day you'll have the fundamentals within a week

2017-10-26 03:06:03 UTC

at that point, start thinking of simple problems to solve using code

2017-10-26 03:06:13 UTC

one problem I tackled very early on is the Monty Hall problem

2017-10-26 03:06:28 UTC

it's conceptually simple and a good conversation piece

2017-10-26 03:07:52 UTC

Once you get through one of those books, you'll have a much greater understanding of programming fundamentals. You'll have the foundation in place to tackle something more specific.

2017-10-26 03:08:16 UTC

Get back to me once you've done that and we can talk some more. AMA along the way.

2017-10-26 03:08:37 UTC

Gonna knock out an FtN article before bed 😃

2017-10-26 03:10:59 UTC

Hmmm. "Learn Python the Hard Way" used to be free

2017-10-26 03:11:44 UTC

I've *heard* that if you go to qwant.com and search for "learn python the hard way pdf" you'll find that free version still floating around out there.

2017-10-26 13:46:03 UTC

Could I pick these up at a library?

2017-10-26 15:36:37 UTC

possibly. but there are free PDFs as well

2017-10-26 17:08:30 UTC

you can try this too ?: https://www.codecademy.com/

2017-11-01 00:08:47 UTC

Anyone @here that familiar with Java?

2017-11-02 22:54:29 UTC

@here anybody here good with video editing, specifically adobe premier pro? I am editing some go pro footage the quality is coming out less than desireable. I think i have all the settings right. • Format: H264
• Preset: HD 720 p 29.97 or 1080 for super high
• Width 1280
• Progressive square pixel
• Profile: high
• Level 5.2

2017-11-02 22:55:10 UTC

@Brandon Ironside- ND sorry man i use sony vegas pro

2017-11-02 22:55:57 UTC

i find youtube to actually be a really good resource on video editing techniques if you phrase your query directly

2017-11-02 22:57:01 UTC

come to think of it - i am wondering what quality the raw go-pro footage is 720 at 60fps or 1080 at 30 fps, right?

2017-11-02 22:59:20 UTC

Yea its a hero 3 so 1080p or 720p. When I play the raw footage it is really good quality then after editing and rendering i loose alot of quality but im exporting in 720p so i dont know why its doing that.

2017-11-03 03:24:29 UTC

@Lukas - NC I'm fluent in C#, which has a lot in common with Java. If you're trying to figure out what's wrong with a particular bit of code, I might be able to help.

2017-11-03 11:40:46 UTC

@Brandon Ironside- ND I haven't used Premiere in years, but I do work quite a bit in After Effects these days. Losing a lot of quality is interesting, something is happening there beyond just you saying "output dimensions = input dimensions" some interpolation or re-compression is happening. How "bad" does it look? post a before and after pic of a couple of the frames...

2017-11-06 18:43:34 UTC

how do i rebase to a past commit? I keep trying to rebase -i t <past ssh> but it says there is a sytax error

2017-11-06 18:52:41 UTC

i removed the last commit but it unstaged it how do delete the past stages to clean up my terminal?

2017-11-06 18:52:59 UTC


2017-11-06 18:57:39 UTC

nvm got it

2017-11-06 18:57:48 UTC

hard reset force push got it done

2017-11-28 02:04:33 UTC

@Brandon Ironside- ND what bitrate are you exporting the video at?

2017-11-28 02:05:37 UTC

Resolution is one thing but bitrate would be the quality as opposed to the resolution.

2017-11-30 13:45:37 UTC

```var words =(hello, hi, howdy)

function findLongWords(arr, num){
const result= arr.filter(arr => arr.length > num);
return result;

findLongWords (words, 4)```

2017-11-30 13:45:52 UTC

I don't know what i'm doing incorrectly

2017-11-30 14:10:06 UTC
2017-11-30 15:43:06 UTC

@Bobby - Pa Use [] instead of () around the word list. They're insulted you're comparing them to Jews and so they don't wanna cooperate. Also in the future please post your exact error message.

2017-11-30 15:45:03 UTC

var words = ["hello", "hi", "howdy"];

function findLongWords(arr, num){
var result = []
for (var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++)
// console.log(arr[i]);
if (arr[i].length > num) {
result += [arr[i] + ", "];
return result;

findLongWords (words, 4);
just got it, I'm ashamed of my behavior towards the code, I hope it can forgive me one day, and will do, thanks man i appreciate it.

2017-11-30 15:45:18 UTC
2017-11-30 15:46:50 UTC

Haha cool. Oh and good catch, need quotes around the words, too.

2017-12-02 16:12:56 UTC

Anyone here use dirpy to download music from youtube? @here

2017-12-02 16:14:22 UTC

I've just used those free websites.

2017-12-02 16:18:05 UTC

which ones are those?

2017-12-02 16:19:30 UTC

i am having trouble downloading complete songs on dirpy.. it'll download the first 30-60 secs of a song but thats it

2017-12-02 16:19:39 UTC

it used to download the entire song perfectly fine

2017-12-02 16:21:18 UTC

I just google youtube downloader.

2017-12-02 16:21:26 UTC

bunch of free ones

2017-12-02 16:26:52 UTC

Sounds like it was a demo copy that expired. I can't download anything anymore because of some problem with routing ports. Happened out of nowhere. Torrents don't work and neither does soulseek. Basically went from getting anything I wanted in great quality to being a pleb.

2017-12-02 18:09:27 UTC

Ytdownload has a pretty good music snatcher

2017-12-02 18:10:12 UTC

Wait actually that might not be the name of it

2017-12-02 18:11:00 UTC

It's youtube-dl

2017-12-02 18:15:13 UTC

i try searching for a Mega download, and normally can find what i need

2017-12-04 00:28:36 UTC

How can you edit a picture to be smaller for email? I use Startmail and editing it to zoom in and save doesn't seem to be working. If I do a straight upload it is huge.

2017-12-04 00:30:33 UTC

I use Microsoft Office Picture Manager for quick jobs.

2017-12-04 00:31:34 UTC

RIP, looks like it's been discontinued. F

2017-12-04 03:33:33 UTC

@Deleted User If you're going to be routinely resizing files, I recommend FastStone Photo Resizer. It's a free application.

2017-12-04 04:59:18 UTC

Anyone here ever use Prolog? I got really into it a while ago

2017-12-04 08:30:11 UTC

@Deleted User Ok, thank you for the tip!

2017-12-04 19:11:21 UTC

jeezus where the fuck am i

2017-12-04 19:11:47 UTC


2017-12-04 19:12:01 UTC

i just want a computer lads; not trying to hack into the NSA

2017-12-04 19:12:12 UTC

Depending on what you’re looking for, check these guys out.

2017-12-04 19:13:55 UTC

thanks doods

2017-12-04 19:14:18 UTC

I do PC builds for a living. It's easy...like legos.

2017-12-04 19:14:35 UTC

Don't be scared 😉

2017-12-04 19:14:47 UTC

Making desktops is fun.

2017-12-04 19:15:08 UTC

Just make sure to get the right motherboard for your processor.

2017-12-04 19:16:29 UTC

Do not buy cyberpowerpc - they use cheap components and their PCs come into the shop all the time for repairs

2017-12-04 19:18:58 UTC

Bad link, requires signing in to google

2017-12-04 19:19:19 UTC

I will say if you're doing autocad you will probably want an Nvidia Quadro video card.

2017-12-04 19:19:40 UTC

16GB RAM will help you work on larger projects.

2017-12-04 19:23:30 UTC

ight ill put it together online and run if by yall if you dont mind

2017-12-04 19:56:58 UTC


2017-12-05 03:47:12 UTC

Hey guys, I have a quick question. Would anyone suggest buying a VPN subscription for a computer, and if so, which one do you prefer?

2017-12-05 03:56:54 UTC

@whiskeytangofoxtrot i just bought NordVPN

2017-12-05 04:37:58 UTC

VPN.ac is what I use

2017-12-05 05:16:44 UTC

Hmm, I’ll have to go check them out

2017-12-05 05:18:05 UTC

I used to use frootvpn to torrent. They take bitcoin if you are concerned.

2017-12-05 05:35:46 UTC

Question for a serious low techy here- I know there's some start up step by step websites like WIX out there-have been in the process of trying to finish getting my jewelry business started,have priducts made but need to finally get it online and start selling. For someone with no experience in that technical field,what would you suggest? I know there's Etsy,which charges you,same with ebay but is a lil cheaper but want to get started on my own route. Any Helpful advice or those with skills?

2017-12-05 05:42:56 UTC

As I would Rather keep my focus on my artistic hand beaded jewelry skills and use a simple version thats super easy for me to use

2017-12-05 05:45:54 UTC

@wolfwood Don't forget RGB, it make it run faster.

2017-12-05 05:46:24 UTC

Only with the right pattern sequences !

2017-12-05 05:47:01 UTC

Hold on there, you might over heat your computer with all that power.

2017-12-05 12:23:15 UTC

Anyone have any advice for @celticflame ?

2017-12-05 14:03:08 UTC

We have a lot of tech guys coming out of the woodwork now. Out of curiousity, how many sys admins do we have vs app developers

2017-12-05 18:11:20 UTC

@this_that5553 I do some basic sys admin as part of my job.

2017-12-05 18:28:57 UTC

@celticflame A popular way to make websites is WordPress, which gives a control panel for non techies to build the site. Once you have a wordpress site set up, then you add many ecommerce plugins that are there so you can have a little shop on your site. There are definitely guys here with WordPress skills (it's one of the most commonly requested skills on the job market). I don't know everyone who does in particular, but for example I know @Procella Eques has WordPress experience

2017-12-05 20:09:34 UTC

@ThisIsChrisThankyou so much,really appreciate it!

2017-12-05 23:54:05 UTC

competitor to bitchute looks nice https://about.d.tube/

2017-12-06 00:22:16 UTC

@Zyzz I use `youtube-dl` to download videos and music from youtube

2017-12-06 00:24:44 UTC

@celticflame you're welcome!

2017-12-06 00:24:49 UTC

@this_that5553 Looks interesting!

2017-12-06 00:25:37 UTC

@this_that5553 I don't think the voting is a great way to control content, though I get why they set it up that way

2017-12-06 00:26:10 UTC

I'm sure Israeli hackers would just botnet downvote our videos and report them as nsfw

2017-12-06 01:10:02 UTC

@ThisIsChris @nils thanks. I have a macbook. it seems like the download on a macbook is complicated. do either of you have any other (easier) suggestions?

2017-12-06 01:15:57 UTC

@Zyzz nope but here are some easy-to-follow instructions to install and use youtube-dl:
1. open Terminal
2. copy-paste this and hit enter:
`/usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"`
3. When that finishes run `brew install youtube-dl`

That's all you need to install `youtube-dl`.

Then to download a video at a url <http://www.youtube.com/whatever> just open terminal and run `youtube-dl http://www.youtube.com/whatever`

2017-12-06 01:18:39 UTC

Wait, are you saying one needs to open the terminal and trigger it to download videos from the internet on a mac?

2017-12-06 01:21:47 UTC

@Tyler0317 is looking for a web designer. DM him if you can help

2017-12-06 01:29:07 UTC

@greg_p - TX With this specific method yes, but there are most likely others that can be used. Youtube-dl is pretty simple and works really well though

2017-12-06 01:33:16 UTC

@greg_p - TX yep, it's afaik the most popular program for this type of thing. as @nils said

2017-12-06 01:34:03 UTC

Oh. I just use plugins. Seems a lot easier to me.

2017-12-06 01:40:22 UTC

@greg_p - TX what plug-in do you reccomend?

2017-12-06 01:53:51 UTC

homebrew is amazing

2017-12-06 01:54:00 UTC

windows choco doesn't compare

2017-12-06 01:54:31 UTC

I think I have homebrew too but idk if I use it. Hold on, let me check

2017-12-06 01:54:49 UTC

I have a couple different ones

2017-12-06 01:54:52 UTC

brew doctor && brew upgrade

2017-12-06 02:01:22 UTC

Video DownloadHelper
Flash Video Downloader (FVD)
Flash and Video Download (different from the above)
SaveFrom.net helper
Easy Youtube Video Downloader Express

Often times certain videos won't be available for download with one or more programs, but between multiple add-ons/extensions you will rarely miss a video.

2017-12-06 02:13:34 UTC
2017-12-06 05:35:22 UTC

I didn't know about youtube-dl, that's sick bruh

2017-12-06 05:42:03 UTC

Yeah dude it has a lot of options, like `youtube-dl -x url` will just extract the audio

2017-12-06 16:56:26 UTC

does anyone have a website recommendation where i can build a computer and have it shipped, instead of ordering the parts separately?

2017-12-06 16:57:03 UTC

@wolfwood logicalincrements is a bit too complicated for me lol

2017-12-06 17:23:09 UTC

@Deleted User got any suggestions?

2017-12-06 17:25:39 UTC

I usually buy the components separately and assemble them. there's ibuypower.com that comes to mind immediately. let me check and see if I can find some others.

2017-12-06 17:26:46 UTC

my hero

2017-12-06 17:27:23 UTC

i can build an entire house, but this shit is a foreign language to me

2017-12-06 17:27:28 UTC

There's also Falcon from way back. let me see if they're still active

2017-12-06 17:27:40 UTC

LMK if you want advice tailored to your needs

2017-12-06 17:29:36 UTC

they're expensive but ship absolutely top-of-the-line boxes

2017-12-06 18:52:35 UTC

@Goose and I discussed finding a pre-built PC in chat. We found a system meeting his needs on Newegg.

2017-12-06 18:53:14 UTC

I'm catching up to the channel r/n. @celticflame are you all set?

2017-12-06 18:53:27 UTC

@Deleted User is my savior lol

2017-12-06 18:55:12 UTC

@celticflame check out Shopify. Wordpress with Woocommerce is fantastic but there is quite a bit of setup you have to do. Shopify is more turnkey without the massive cost overhead and shitlibbery of Etsy.

2017-12-06 19:25:32 UTC

@Deleted Userinteresting, appreciate it

2017-12-06 19:25:45 UTC

I think square space has ecommerce built in. But the amount it costs may not be good for a starting business

2017-12-06 19:26:07 UTC


2017-12-06 19:31:09 UTC

SquareSpace websites look very very good though. So the gain in a professional look might help get more business too

2017-12-06 19:45:02 UTC

Has anyone heard of Steem or SteemIt social network?

2017-12-06 20:30:56 UTC

Decided to check out the Shopify app,try going from there. My dogs are driving me nuts with concentration though since its Wednesday,evil garbage man day. But going to it soon when quiet and can focus

2017-12-06 20:31:28 UTC

Yeah, that 15-day trial is helpful. LMK if you have questions.

2017-12-06 20:31:57 UTC

@Deleted Usercool,i may just do that

2017-12-06 20:32:40 UTC

@ me if/when you do because I'm in a lot of channels and don't do a good job of keeping up.

2017-12-06 20:32:57 UTC


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2017-12-12 16:34:45 UTC

@everyone would anyone here with photoshop experience know how to blow up the 8x11 image of the Kate Steinle photo to about a 36x48 image without it degrading too much?

2017-12-12 16:36:34 UTC

There’s a DACA event in Nashville where dreamers and their supporters have their portraits made and plastered onto a wall making a mural. I’d like to print a bunch of the Kate photos same size and paper over the Dreamers

2017-12-12 16:38:19 UTC


2017-12-12 16:38:29 UTC

The wall looks like this

2017-12-12 16:49:53 UTC

That wall is disgusting

2017-12-12 16:50:28 UTC

Just awful

2017-12-12 16:51:03 UTC

Like a wall of very casual mugshots

2017-12-12 16:53:47 UTC

@Deleted User How long will that wall be there? I would try to use a vector graphics program to make a vector of her photo. https://inkscape.org/en/

2017-12-12 16:59:43 UTC

@this_that5553 Thanks man not sure but it’s up now and I’m ready to move on it ASAP

2017-12-12 17:00:05 UTC

Just gotta get the file created and have them printed

2017-12-12 17:07:44 UTC

If you can’t do it, I can try to make one now too

2017-12-12 17:38:53 UTC

@this_that5553 problem is I’m at work and I can’t do anything beside research on this computer. I did just call some local print shops and I found someone that could print it that big including the labor to scale up the image

2017-12-12 17:38:55 UTC

Rasterbator might work for that @Deleted User

2017-12-12 17:39:32 UTC

I’d have to print it anyway and pay those costs so I’ll probably just do that

2017-12-12 17:46:51 UTC

Do you want the text too? Or just the image?

2017-12-12 17:51:57 UTC


2017-12-12 17:57:51 UTC

Let me know if that works. I can't get the background to look the same. Not good enough with GIMP

2017-12-12 18:25:50 UTC

@this_that5553 yeah I think I may have to go this route. I just went by the print store but they will not scale up the image. It would be great if the image had text are you able to do that? Would I still need to go and print it in multiple pages form?

2017-12-12 18:27:49 UTC

Multiple pages is the way to go. Printing off a 36x48 is close to 40$ per. This way we could make many more, more labor intensive but no biggy

2017-12-12 18:31:09 UTC

I can do one with the text very easily. I just thought you wanted it to look like the other peoples' photos

2017-12-12 18:33:50 UTC


2017-12-12 19:10:46 UTC

I do but at the same time I think it should have the text to stand out

2017-12-12 19:11:34 UTC

@this_that5553 So is this image one that I could put into Microsoft paint to blow up?

2017-12-12 19:49:30 UTC

Yeah, it should be 36x48. Try to open it in paint

2017-12-12 19:49:53 UTC
2017-12-12 20:02:21 UTC

I’m on a Mac at work and can’t actually print here so just trying to run through the process. I also can’t load any apps on my work computer but I think I may have it figured out going through exel

2017-12-12 20:11:50 UTC

@this_that5553 ok I think that will work on excel. I may have some cutting to do but no biggy. Do you think you could do that same image without the black bars on the side? I could cut them off but that makes all my pages uneven and will be harder to handle when putting them up. This is the wall btw

2017-12-12 20:12:27 UTC


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2017-12-12 20:32:24 UTC

@this_that5553 Awesome thanks! Will give you a HT when we get these up. You got a Twitter acct?

2017-12-12 20:32:46 UTC

I was phone number cucked after calling someone a "cunt" :/

2017-12-12 20:32:57 UTC

so, no not really anymore

2017-12-12 20:33:51 UTC

Haha 👍🏻

2017-12-12 21:22:59 UTC

Going to learn how to use Docker. I figure it's about time, since every self-hosted project out there has a Docker image

2017-12-13 02:24:24 UTC


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2017-12-13 03:15:06 UTC

@Deleted User do you still need assistance with this? I'd be happy to help.

2017-12-13 03:28:58 UTC

I got it man, just went right from safari and changed the size. Now we just need to hang em!

2017-12-13 03:29:26 UTC

Fantastic idea. Good job coming up with it.

2017-12-13 03:29:32 UTC

Where in Nashville is it, if you don't mind me asking?

2017-12-13 03:29:47 UTC

Looks like Edgehill, but it's not clear.

2017-12-13 18:00:40 UTC

@Deleted User On the side of Bongo East in east Nash I

2017-12-13 20:44:25 UTC

East Nashville, I should have known

2017-12-13 20:44:55 UTC

I imagine it's 10x worse than it was in 2013

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2017-12-18 06:11:50 UTC

anybody have a preferred web hosting or domain registrar Im learning webdevelopement basics and would like to practice making some websites for a portfolio.

2017-12-18 16:44:53 UTC

@Tyler Baker I like digitalocean

2017-12-18 16:45:06 UTC

Pretty simple set up

2017-12-18 16:45:49 UTC

You can use the one the one-click apps

2017-12-23 01:12:44 UTC


2017-12-23 01:12:44 UTC

Now what

2017-12-23 01:13:14 UTC

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