Our "Learn Racket and Scribble" workshop tomorrow (targeted at non-programming humanities academics) still has some slots open if you want to attend and are in the Madison, WI area: https://twitter.com/mlemweb/status/970723929080913921
Click the flier images for details and for info on how to register!
A mystery this morning:
I'm logged into a CentOS VM administered by someone else. My default shell is /bin/sh, but I want it to be /bin/bash, so that it'll act a bit more familiar.
Turns out that "chsh" and "lchsh" don't work because this account doesn't have a /etc/password entry.
How can I change my default shell? Also what auth backend let me into this VM?
Today I learned: the All India Radio signature tune was composed by Walter Kaufmann, Czech refugee to India, in 1936.
Kaufmann later moved to the US, and served as a Distinguished Professor at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music during 1975-1984. IU Press published some of his books: "The ragas of South India", "The Ragas of South India", and "Musical Notations of the Orient".
The tune in question: