Join Skylar and Jessica in episode two of Intragalactic Librarian! After the events of the last episode (Other Duties as Assigned), Skylar and Jessica decide to pay a visit to the offices of the Galactic Public Library and Information Centre for a little meeting with Chauncery.
It ain’t gonna be pretty….
Join us for a new episode of Cyberpunk Librarian where we dig into the markup language that is Markdown. You too can write rich text in a plain text editor and easily share it online! It’s easy to learn and easy to use and will change the way you look at plain text!
Correction: In the episode I credit Aaron Swartz as a co-creator of Markdown, working with John Gruber. In reality, Swartz was an important early tester, but not a co-creator of Markdown. Thanks to Steve Thomas of Circulating Ideas for the correction!
Join Daniel Messer, the Cyberpunk Librarian, for a new show about high adventure in deep space… with librarians! This is Intragalactic Librarian: The Adventures of Skylar and Jessica! A retro sci-fi story harkening back to the days of pulp magazines and bad radio drama.
The podcast carries an explicit tag for some of the language used in it.
All sound effect courtesy of FreeSound.org!
The logo for Intragalactic Librarian is derived from R is for Rocket at OpenClipArt. Background courtesy of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Drink the Kool Aid, or take a bite of the Apple, or something like that! Dan gets into the nitty gritty of how he gets it done on his MacBook and what he uses on a regular basis!
Writing and Coding