Python Requirements.txt

Written by shakiestnerd in Technology on Wed 16 August 2017.

This is easily found elsewhere on the web, but I did it wrong the first time. So, note to self!

The command to create a requirements.txt file is:

$ pip freeze > requirements.txt

The catch is... first, navigate to the folder where you want the file to be created. Second …

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More Than Grasshoppers

Written by Keith Sanders in Faith on Mon 01 May 2017. Tags: faith,

More Than Grasshoppers

This topic is based on the book, “More Than Grasshoppers: Reclaiming Your God-Given Identity.” by Lee Ann Alexander and Joel Alexander.

If ever there was a time in history when God directly revealed his power, it was when he brought the children of Israel out of Egypt …

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A few good books

Written by shakiestnerd in Reading on Wed 13 July 2016. Tags: books,

I am a decent reader with one or two books going all the time. I have a wish list of about 400 books that I keep an eye out for when checking the library web site, gutenburg.org, etc. Most of them are classics or represent a highly rated story …

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Living the Legacy

Written by shakiestnerd in Family on Mon 04 July 2016.
  • Family

Living the Legacy

On the way to our recent family reunion, I was thinking about genealogy and those that had passed on. They were not famous or wealthy, there was never a great inheritance handed down. They were simply decent, loving, hard-working people. Somewhere along the line, they left …

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Road Rd

Written by shakiestnerd in Reading on Thu 23 June 2016. Tags: language,

I got a big kick out of a couple of roads in downtown Lake Jackson, TX. They are named 'This Way' and 'That Way'. Guess there is someone in Lake Jackson with a sick sense of humor. I can hear them giving directions now, "Well, go straight and make a …

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Reading 2015 Summary

Written by shakiestnerd in Reading on Sun 17 January 2016. Tags: books,

I completed 2015 by reading 64 books. There were some enjoyable highlights.

Science Fiction "Forge of God" and "Anvil of Stars" by Greg Bear are in the classic science fiction mold. In addition, Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: Space Odyssey and Rendezvous with Rama were fascinating. First time reads for all …

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First Church Reading List

Written by shakiestnerd in Faith on Sat 18 October 2014. Tags: reading, faith,

First Church Reading List

Reading is a good habit. With that good habit, we can also develop a bad habit of reading book after book in one or two genres that we are particularly fond of. In trying to combat that trap, it's good to look for additional sources of …

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Back on the Market

Written by shakiestnerd in Family on Thu 26 June 2014. Tags: home,

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Update: SOLD! It's good to be homeless for a while.

We tried selling our home two years ago, but it did not sell. It turned out to be a blessing in disguise because we were able to rent it to our kids for a year to aid in their transition …

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