19 Oct 2005 titus   » (Journeyer)

Astropix-of-the-day score

The neutron-star binary APOD references work done by me da.

And, on today's APOD, you can clearly see earthshine, which I worked on for a few years.

(Sadly, my sea urchin-based grad work has less likelihood of being on APOD...)

PRE-Announcement: TurboZCherryPloRails

Mike Watkins, via quixote-users. (I'd have picked a better name if I'd known someone was going to run with it ;)

Seriously, Mike's original post is the single most sober and realistic thing said about the recent proliferation of Web frameworks in Python. Ultimately, you've still got to write the application -- and for me, at least, that's always been the hard part.

--titus

p.s. I'm getting caught being snarky too much, I think!

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