Category Archives: self-education on the net

How to learn using the internet when lacking time and access to other resources. Or because of the internet’s superiority to other resources.

Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur: The Latin language, self-education continues and the daily this-and-that.

A few days ago, Pendragon Theater, a company out of Saranac Lake, NY performed Constance Congdon’s adaptation of Moliere’s Imaginary Invalid. The play ends when the title character realizes he can become a doctor himself through ceremonial Latin. As one … Continue reading

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Structure and Interpretation of Programming Lanuages or my free MIT/UC Berkeley Education

I will be working through the book and lectures of the Intro programming class at Berkeley over the next few months. I never had a really good programming course in college. I took a bunch in the late 70’s, that … Continue reading

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