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Vim-Adventures.com – a game for VIM Basics

https://vim-adventures.com This is a beautifully done website that makes learning vim into an adventure game.  Its fun, and kids will do it without realizing VIM is the end goal. I’m believe learning from multiple angles/professors/sources is the best path to success.  So, lets add this site to the mix, and see if it takes kids… Continue reading Vim-Adventures.com – a game for VIM Basics

lessons · raspberry pi · Websites

Lessons on PI – Lesson 3: Getting around (ls, cd, rm, mkdir, touch, pwd, less…)

The Linux operating system and specifically the terminal, can feel like a maze when trying to find your way around.  If you haven’t yet, check out Lesson 1, and Lesson 2. The file and directory File There are a couple of concepts you will have to hold in your head as you get started.  The… Continue reading Lessons on PI – Lesson 3: Getting around (ls, cd, rm, mkdir, touch, pwd, less…)

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Agar.io – A fun one in the series of IO Games (A guide on how to play.)

How to get on Agar.io is a fairly simple game.  To get on the game, like Slither.io, you first have to look it up in Google Chrome or in Safari and it will either put you straight into the game or put you into a results list.  Once there on of the top results should… Continue reading Agar.io – A fun one in the series of IO Games (A guide on how to play.)

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Slither.io – The most well known of the IOs. (A guide on how to play.)

What is it? Slither.io is like the original game, Snake. The way you get on to Slither.io is either, by looking it up on Google Chrome, or Safari. Once you look it up, and press enter. You should come to a page that says “slither.io” and has a small purple area that says “nickname”.(Another screen… Continue reading Slither.io – The most well known of the IOs. (A guide on how to play.)