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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

Here's my personal public library-- http://jadedmeta.xyz:8080
It's my Calibre content server, and has about 30 books on different topics-- everything from classic books to leftist texts to technology to conlangs.
I keep it up 24/7.
Sharing is caring! :)

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god wrote

I double-taked when I saw this. It's so similar to my own personal library. Random mix of lisp, hacking books (including the Art of Memory Forensics), and other stuff.

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noordinaryspider wrote

I wish I had the skills to put my own calibre library up somewhere and also my extensive collection of both good and horrifically awful but heavily marketed homeschooling/self-education resources.

If you're looking for anything radical parenting/radical education on TPB and there aren't any seeders, just drop me a PM and that could change.

No judgement for wanting educational resources for your kids or yourself, but all that "me me me" sh*t from some wannabe Rothschild has already been judged:

https://piecesofscrap.wordpress.com/2008/04/23/mimi-rothschildwho-is-she-really/

and found guilty so let me help you laugh at the crap they try to sell you and find the good stuff that's buried in the dollar discount bin, 'kay?

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sudo wrote

Thanks! This is a good collection. I downloaded Practical Common Lisp and The Art of Deception. Also, Calibre can do that?! It's better than I thought.

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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

Thanks. :)
I'm glad Lisp is becoming trendy, jajaja.
And you can start the server on Calibre by clicking "Connect/Share -> Start Content Server"-- it runs on port 8080.
Calibre's pretty rad.