Jekyll’s documentation is overall pretty solid, but each time I do something I always feel like there’s one or two things I wish I’d known. So each time I modify this blog, I’ll probably write a post that’s essentially “what I wish I’d had when I set out to do x”
While working on my last post about running Tampermonkey on Reddit I came across a bug that I though was worth posting about.
Using TamperMonkey for my recent post about messing with the Pepsi ROTY vote had me kind of on the lookout for other scripts to write.
Most people are familiar with the most famous Python standard lib easter eggs. Things like The Zen of Python being available by typing
import this. Or the XKCD comic you can open by typing
import antigravity. I had both of these told to me pretty early in my Python career.
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