I used Apple Mail forever until recently, when my Exchange account starting causing it to blow itself up. Instead of installing Thunderbird and moving on with my life, I decided it was a good idea to start being a Serious Email User, and so I installed the Serious Email Client mutt. But since this is a piece of Serious Software, there wasn’t any easy-to-find, good documentation focused on actually sending and receiving email as opposed to Installing and Configuring mutt. (Even the hard-to-find ones didn’t go in-depth enough, and weren’t written for OS X.) So this my attempt to get everything necessary—and nothing more—written down in one place.
Library Genesis has an API, but the only documentation is a forum thread in Russian. So this is an English-language guide to using the LibGen API.
(I don’t know Russian, and had to read the original thread using Google Translate, so corrections and additions are very welcome!)
UPDATE (1 August 2013): Jonah Haas has published a reply on the Lucidity blog
Santa Barbara-based Lucidity Festival has a problem with cultural appropriation. Unfortunately, the organizers don’t seem to have a firm grasp on what ‘cultural appropriation’ means, and so they don’t see what the big deal is or why they should make changes to their festival.