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Next browser is a web browser for power-users inspired by the venerable Emacs text editor. Like Emacs, Next browser is written in and can be extended with the Lisp programming language. It can also be operated entirely from the keyboard, with keybindings that largely mimic those of Emacs. These include keyboard shortcuts for scrolling the page, navigating between tabs, jumping to HTML headings,...

http://next-browser.com
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Sourcetree is a graphical front-end for the Git revision control system. First created in 2005 for the community of Linux kernel developers, Git has become one of the most popular revision control systems among technical people of all kinds. For example, the Library of Congress maintains Git repositories (hosted on GitHub) for a number of projects they are working on. These include XSLT to...

https://www.sourcetreeapp.com
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For researchers and journalists interested in the intersections of religion and society, British Religion in Numbers (BRIN) is a valuable resource. Hosted by the University of Manchester, BRIN offers a rich collection of datasets and public opinion surveys from Great Britain. The project is headed by a team of British academics: Clive Field of the University of Birmingham, David Voas of the...

http://www.brin.ac.uk
View Resource Misconceptions: Some Common Geographic Mental Misplacements Screenshot

How well do you think you know world geography? John Nelson recently designed this Esri story map, which is all about American geographic misconceptions. This story map is based on an excerpt from a paper published in the 1990s by Central Michigan University geographers Burton D. Nelson, Robert H. Aron, and Mark A. Franck, which outlines common misconceptions of U.S. students in an introductory...

https://storymaps.esri.com/stories/2018/misconceptions
View Resource I Contain Multitudes: The Series Screenshot

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) has a fabulous track record of creating a number of top-notch classroom resources for science educators. That said, the new short film series "I Contain Multitudes," created by science writer Ed Yong (who authored a book by the same name) and HHMI's Tangled Banks Studios, is not for science teachers alone. This series, which is dedicated to microbes and...

http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/i-contain-multitudes-the-...