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from argparse to dictionary in python 2.7

I’ve used python’s argparse module in the past to get command line options for scripts. It provides built-in help, which is nice, and support for both positional and optional arguments. The inelegant way I’ve used it in the past, though,

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google tasks script rewritten and moved to github

I finally got around to rewriting my google tasks script (see previous posts here and here. The script has generated a fair amount of interest for this blog. After intending to do it for a while, I finally rewrote the

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dterm- the popup cli

Yesterday I posted my new workflow for writing with markdown for this blog. Today I’m adding a very nifty tool to that workflow, which enables me to post a finished draft directly from any text editor. Dterm is a cool,

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update to google tasks on the cli

Update v0.2: I did finally move to github, and rewrote part of the script again too. See more here. Update v0.3 9-20-2011: Pushed a new update this morning. Feel free to skip everything below and go to the github repo.

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google tasks, terminal, and geek tool

Over the course of the past few years, I’ve used many different todo list managers. I’ve tried OmniFocus (too expensive, especially for both the desktop and iPhone versions), EasyTask (which is very nice, and has a good iPhone client too),

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new and improved twitter cli, now with more twitter sauce

Over the weekend I posted a python script to check one’s timeline, mentions, or post an update from the terminal in Mac OS X. I’ve tweaked it a bit for better security and to add the ability to reply or

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twitter from the command line

I’m planning to move my home site and course sites over to a static site generator once the semester is over. Though I haven’t decided for certain, I’m leaning towards jekyll, in part because reading the documentation it makes the

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