Show HN: Code Cards – Anki for code

Code Cards helps you remember programming knowledge you
don’t use on a day to day basis using spaced repetition.
Spaced repetition is a way of taking advantage of how
human memory works. Instead of reviewing an idiom every day
or every week, you might repeat it after a day, then a week,
then a month, etc. This means you can keep hundreds of
idioms fresh in your mind in just 20 minutes a day.

When you learn something new during your day, create a minimal
example. A good question has all the boilerplate but leaves out the
interesting part.

All reviews appear to be done. Re-trying to make sure…

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TiddlyWiki: a local, single-page wiki

It looks like this browser doesn’t run JavaScript. You can use one of these static HTML versions to browse the same content:Have you ever had the feeling that your head is not quite big enough to hold everything you need to remember?Welcome to TiddlyWiki, a unique non-linear notebook for capturing, organising and sharing complex information.Use it to keep your to-do list, to plan an essay or novel, or to organise your wedding. Record every thought that crosses your brain, or build a flexible and responsive website.Unlike conventional online services, TiddlyWiki lets you choose where to keep your data, guaranteeing that in the decades to come you will still be able to use the notes you take today.
TiddlyWiki is a rich, interactive tool for manipulating complex data with structure that doesn’t easily fit into conventional tools like spreadsheets or wordprocessors.TiddlyWiki is designed to fit around your brain, helping you deal with


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RaspAnd Now Lets You Run Android 7.1.1 Nougat with Kodi 17 RC4 on Raspberry Pi 3

softpedia: RaspAnd Nougat 7.1.1 Build 170127 is an operating system that you can run on your Raspberry Pi 3 or Raspberry Pi 2 device, shipping with many attractive applications and tools


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25 for 25: 1 Legal Academic + 1 Technologist + 1 Sun Box = An Institute?

[Note:  the second post in our “25 for 25” series is from Peter W. Martin, the LII’s founding co-director,  and former dean of the Cornell Law School.  Peter is, as well, a pioneer in the use of computers in law teaching, where he was the first to teach for-credit distance-learning courses (in copyright and Social Security law) across multiple institutions — another, less well known, LII first.  He is also the author of the immensely popular online guide, “An Introduction to Basic Legal Citation“.]
Tom Bruce has explained how he secured the Sun computer that launched our Internet escapades. I’ve been charged with adding further detail to the LII’s origin story.
Honesty compels a confession of how unclear we were at the outset about the role the Internet would play in our collaborative enterprise, but my files do contain notes on a January 1992 talk heralding the publication potential of the Internet.


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