Author: Yuri Tricys  Apr 8, 2021  |    good reads, history, newsroom, science
On September 19th, 1783, at the royal palace in Versailles, Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier introduced the King and Queen of France to their redoubtable 500lb invention, a curious brightly painted contraption of sackcloth and paper, wrapped in a fish net and held together with buttons. Their ambitious intent was to position the bag over a fire, fueled with bundles of chopped straw, and inflate it into a balloon, which would then be manned by a sheep, a duck, and a rooster and raised into the sky, achieving the world's first ever flight with living creatures.
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Author: Yuri Tricys  Jan 29, 2021  |    css, emacs, emacs hydras, learning center, scss
This post covers the following sections from my init. Css and Scss Modes Preamble Emacs is old school. You're either new to it - which means you wouldn't be here unless it was your type of thing - or you know what you're looking for. In either case, search 'Emacs' in tags or search on this site. Then read the posts y date from oldest to newest.
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Author: Yuri Tricys  Dec 15, 2020  |    emacs, learning center, linting, php
This post covers the following sections from my init. Flymake PHP Mode Preamble Emacs is old school. You're either new to it - which means you wouldn't be here unless it was your type of thing - or you know what you're looking for. In either case, search 'Emacs' in tags or search on this site. Then read the posts y date from oldest to newest.
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