Articles tagged "tech"
How I Removed My Profile Pic from Sydex.net and Alumnius.net People Searchprivacy tech
Using internet backbone records, I traced Sydex and Alumnius to a Dutch web host involved in Russia-USA election interference.
How I Removed My Own Face From My Headsatire tech privacy
To avoid facial recognition, I surgically removed my own face off of my head. Here's how to do it.
Dear Spammers...satire tech
(Author Note: This piece is a one-off satirical rant, it’s not indicative of the topics or writing style of the rest of my blog.) Dear Spammers, I do not want you to redesign my website. I do not want you to make my website mobile-responsive. I do not want you...
Thoughts on the MakerDAO USDC Proposalcryptocurrency tech
Note: I was originally going to post this article on the MakerDAO forum as a response to the Proposal for Collateral Onboarding of USDC, but it seems that they have halted signups, probably due to the influx of visitors during this crisis. So this response will live on my own...
Long Live Bitcoin (on Ethereum!)cryptocurrency tech
Ethereum’s Bitcoin derivatives will replace Bitcoin itself, making the Bitcoin network obsolete. I’ve got a confession to make - I’ve been drinking the Ethereum kool-aid. It’s tangy and refreshing. If you can think of an acronym, I’ve done it - MKR, CDPs, DAI, DEXes, DY/DX, ENS, IPFS/IPNS, BAT, ERC-20, ERC-721,...
3 Reasons NOT To Use A CDN For Your Websitetech
Using a CDN to cache your website is usually touted as a no-brainer, and for good reason - it can result in big performance improvements and reduced hosting costs. However, what most people won’t tell you is that there are some niche cases where the drawbacks of using a CDN...
How To Hide Related Videos In YouTube Embeds (in 2020)🔥 google tech
In September 2018, YouTube disabled the ability for users to prevent related videos from showing on YouTube embeds. This tutorial will teach you how to bypass that limitation and prevent related videos from showing anyway.
Why Does Microsoft Charge $100 For BitLocker?privacy tech
Every other major OS includes free full-disk encryption to protect against data theft, surveillance, and persecution. So why does Microsoft charge? In the 1990s, it used to be the case that if your phone or computer was stolen, all of your private data - finances, emails, passwords, business intel -...
How to use Google App Engine as a free redirect servergoogle tech
This guide will show you how to set up a redirect app on Google App Engine that uses a mapping of input URLS to output URLs to redirect the user depending on the path on your website that they visited. Update December 2018: I now use Netlify for my own...
How to Limit the Bandwidth of Bitcoin Core on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linuxcryptocurrency tech
In this article, we will learn how to limit the outgoing bandwidth of Bitcoin Core (formerly Bitcoin-qt), so we can leave it listening in the background without completely saturating our internet connection. For many of us, leaving Bitcoin Core running isn’t just a way for us to keep tabs on...
CSS ‘will-change’ Property: A Performance Case Studytech
Running Bitcoin Core on the Raspberry Picryptocurrency tech
Update 11 May 2015: The Raspberry Pi 2 has been released, and due to the increased RAM, it seems to be more stable than the original Raspberry Pi when running a Bitcoin node. These instructions will work for building on either hardware version. So you’ve decided to run the full...
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