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An article about the state of Cocoa support under Python. In short, some progress is being made with pyobjc (and Python 2.2's improved object system), but it's not there yet.
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2018/8/10It recently emerged that one of the obligations Australia's parliamentarians have is to provide their constitutents with portraits of the Queen , for free, on request. The portraits (which also include those of her consort, Prince
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2017/7/19Today I heard the sad news that Simon Holmes, frontman and songwriter of 1990s Australian alternative/indiepop band The Hummingbirds passed away over the weekend. I met him once, about a decade ago, at his record shop
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2014/8/6An interesting article on the artificial and constructed nature of neoliberalism , the supposedly neutral post-ideological ideology, touted as the mirror of that which is and cannot but be: The public at large would be hard
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