Our entire human civilisation is built upon a wild assortment of technologies that we take completely for granted.
For example: glass, plumbing, satellites.
Why are lists so important?
Because they let us:
For example, here's a list of ingredients used to make brownies:
(From Bayev's Kitchen)
Here is a list of shades of blue so that 19th century artists and scientists could have a shared frame of reference:
(From Werner's Nomenclature of Colours)
And here's a list of as many different types of animals on Earth that Carl Linnaeus could come up with:
(From Carl Linnaeus' Systema Naturae)
So in this lesson we're going to learn about lists.
When you're doing this lesson, you might think, "Wow, writing lists is really easy!"
You're right: writing a list is easy! Organising a list is hard!
Let's get into it.
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