Now that Ledger is having a complete meltdown with their Ledger Recover service that has caused people to stop using the Ledger Nano S and the Ledger Nano X. In fact some people are even breaking their Ledger devices in protest. (If you look around on Twitter you can find pictures of that. Here’s a…Continue readingWhat’s The Best Air Gapped Wallet?
You are probably on this page because you saw the title and thought – well, it wouldn’t hurt to have some idea of what a neural network is, especially with AIs about to dominate our jobs (and my job… just kidding). While I don’t claim to be a neural network expert, I do know enough…Continue readingHow A Neural Network Works In Three Simple Steps
I’m not going to disrespect anyone here, but when you look at the leaderboards of crypto ranking sites, they’re a bit unnatural. In case you didn’t already realize it, this is about Coinmarketcap, Coingecko, and similar sites. There is a huge and very appalling problem that is currently propagating around the entire cryptocurrency industry. It…Continue readingCrypto Leaderboards: We Need Less Biased Sites!
Even if you don’t know what is BRC-20, anybody who has the slightest understanding of Bitcoin probably knows that it exists on a blockchain. Obviously, a blockchain consists of blocks, and transactions need to be placed in a block so that they can become part of the blockchain. Bitcoin’s blocks are about 1 megabyte large,…Continue reading“I Broke BRC-20” (And Nobody Cared)
You have probably heard of some virtual phone number services that give you for free. You can find them by searching “free SMS number verification”. But wait – I will stop you here, because most of these services cannot be used to verify Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram, and other popular services. Do you want…Continue readingVirtual Phone Number Free Service: Choosing Guide
You won’t believe what you’re reading right now, but one of the original UNIX hackers has actually admitted that UNIX hidden files and folders were not even supposed to exist as designed! The original message Rob Pike wrote about this matter was from 2012. So while it was obliterated along with the rest of Google+,…Continue reading“UNIX hidden files were a mistake” – Rob Pike
I think we’ve all been there before. You’re trying to code a menu for your webpage, and you don’t want to use some bloated battery-eating JS framework for your project. So naturally, you decide to use Bootstrap. Now, you need to make an expand and collapse effect using CSS. And Bootstrap 5 in particular, as…Continue readingBootstrap Expand Collapse Animation With Pure CSS
Two weeks ago, I conducted an interview on r/linux, where I asked redditors what their favorite Linux distribution was and why. I got plenty of votes for other distros such as Fedora and Arch Linux, for which I will have reviews on those coming up soon, but first I want to display the preferences expressed…Continue readingDebian: Why Reddit likes this Linux distro
Welcome! Here you can use this tool to truncate an text you enter to a certain number of characters. It is very useful for things like trimming of programming text that is sticking out from the side (just kidding). But seriously, using the Line-by-line mode, you can truncate many lines at once. How to use…Continue readingTruncate Text Tool
Welcome back. Today we’re talking about Github Atom, and how you can install packages on it in 2023 and beyond. If you’re the kind of person who likes listening along, here’s the video for you to watch instead. Atom is a code editor created by Github in 2011. It was one of the most popular…Continue readingHow To Install Github Atom Packages For Lifetime