just in case anyone missed the txt file folder below heres the link again
‘Good teachers don’t necessarily teach,’ says Odundo, ‘but they have the ability to observe and to detect talent. Instead of giving you the answers, they help you to work out why you are questioning. The teachers who inspired me were creative themselves, a bit rebellious and eccentric and allowed you to be eccentric or different.’
A poem, to my mind, creates visible or auditory forms for something that is invisible, which is the feeling, or the emotion, or the metaphysical content of a moment. Now it may also include action, but its attack is what I call the ‘vertical’ attack, and this may be a little bit clearer if you will contrast it to what I would call the ‘horizontal’ attack of a drama, which is concerned with the development from situation to situation, whereas a poem is concerned with the development, let’s say, within a very small situation from feeling to feeling.
Getting camera mic access for Processing on MacOS Catalina (Let's try this today): "I found a workaround until a release for anyone like myself who isn't able to update/sign the .plist.
Open the Processing 3 app through Terminal by typing:
Then open a sketch that requires use of the mic/camera in the Processing PDE (this doesn't work if you're using Sublime etc as an editor). Then you will get the pop-up that asks if you want to allow Processing to access the mic/camera.
Once you've done it once, the privacy setting seems to stay 'allowed' and you don't need to open Processing through the Terminal again. You can check by looking at your 'security & privacy' settings under 'system preferences'.
Hope that helps others until the fix is sorted." - https://github.com/processing/processing-sound/issues/51