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Ov

Ov's developers describe it as a "feature-rich terminal pager." These features include good support for Unicode and especially East Asian characters, support for compressed files, and mouse support. Ov also includes a number of features for dealing with delimited files, such as the ability to toggle zebra striping, keep header labels at the top of the screen, and highlight the currently selected...

https://github.com/noborus/ov
The History of Cartography Project

For anyone who loves maps and the rich history of map-making, this project, based in the Department of Geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will provide hours of pleasure and learning. The project focuses on drawing attention to the history of maps and mapping. Its flagship publication, a multi-volume series called the History of Cartography (which currently has 6 volumes, although...

https://geography.wisc.edu/histcart/
Age

Age is a small, simple tool for encrypting files. In contrast to tools like GnuPG that provide a large grab-bag of encryption related functions, Age only handles encrypting files. There is no web of trust, no network of key servers, no system of key revocation and expiry. Users can either use the included `age-keygen` utility to generate a keypair or reuse their existing SSH keys. In either case,...

https://github.com/FiloSottile/age
National Geographic Kids: Geography Primary Resources

Readers looking for a way to get young learners more involved with the world around them, especially educators, teachers, and administrators in primary education, will find National Geographic Kids: Geography Primary Resources to be a great foundation starter for early learning in the fields of geography and climate. Visitors can find resources in several ways. There is a search bar to query...

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/teacher-category/geography/
Geography Now

Geography is sometimes regarded as a dry topic, but really it can be a fascinating subject with connections to a broad range of disciplines, from sociology and political science to economics and ecology. Educators and learners looking for fast-paced and engrossing primers on the topic will love Geography Now, a long-running Youtube channel that produces informative videos for every country on...

https://www.youtube.com/c/GeographyNow/featured