sudo apt-get install npm
To check if npm is installed
Now to install CoffeeScript
sudo npm install --global coffeescript
And check again to make sure CoffeeScript is installed
Check if you have node.js installed
If not, then install, symlink, and update
You can omit the symlink if you dont get errors
sudo apt-get install nodejs
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node
sudo npm cache clean -f
sudo npm install -g n
sudo n stable
From there you should be able to type `coffee -i` into the terminal to see if it’s installed properly and you get an interactive prompt.
You can find the CoffeeScript documentation here, The npm (node package manager) documentation here, and the node.js documentation here.
Over the past couple years I have been seeing quite a bit of westernized Arabic and in particular jihadi music showing up. I actually really like music from the Arabic world for it’s enchanting vibe. I do have to question though, with the continuing escalation of violence and warfare in the Middle East, if some of this music is intentional propaganda on behalf of particular governments of a sort aimed specifically towards Muslims in European and American nations. Nasheed trap seems to not be going away and some of it is really catchy. I’ll leave the viewer to form their own conclusions. Here are some examples.
Disclaimer: I do not endorse any political ideologies, this is simply documenting a phenomenon.
Archive at mega.nz for anyone interested. Don’t care if you use anything but be nice and leave some credits if you do.
A very concise but educational video describing how the biblical canon was formed and the differences between the choice of scriptures that some of the major Christian schools of thought follow.
It also details the evolution of Christianity from Judaism and compares some of the similar and disimilar scriptures between the two religions. There’s some good bits of history thrown in for good measure as well in the video. I just found this channel recently but I think with the quality of the info and video I may be highlighting some of his content in the future, a link to his channel is below if you care to follow him.
Source: YouTube – Museum of the Bible