Month: March 2010

  • bpython

    bpython is a fancy interface to the Python interpreter for Unix-like operating systems It has the following features: In-line syntax highlighting. Readline-like autocomplete with suggestions displayed as you type. Expected parameter list for any Python function. “Rewind” function to pop the last line of code from memory and re-evaluate. Send the code you’ve entered off […]

  • Sword ownership in Victoria

    There has been a disturbing trend for young people to carry knives for self defence. This has lead to an inevitable increase in knife wounds and deaths. Quite rightly the government is worried. In Victoria this inevitably leads to increased regulation and costs for legitimate law abiding users such as martial artists and collectors. The […]

  • Statistics

    Just after Christmas I ordered two books on statistics. Both are part of the O’Reilly series Head First series. If only my University stats course was as well done as this book. I probably would have remembered more. More to follow on stats because without practise, there is no retention. So expect to see some […]