Daily Bite #25

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Daily Bite #23

  • NIST’s new password rules – an old read, but one of the fine rule how to create password guide for your users.

  • Just HODL! – couple new lingo from crytocurrencies market, and how the users using it in the chat or forums, some of it hillarious (i have private group to discuss crypto market).

  • Open Railway Map – a crowdsourcing data for railway all over the world.

Daily Bite #22

  • Photorealism at Pixar – i’ve watched the movie, the story is touching and yet somehow the first one is still better on story persfective. this article took us to how cars 3 got made, the images are amazing, attention to details are awesome, it is that good, closer to realistic one, and the holygrail for computer graphics, Photorealism, where you almost can’t tell whether this is a CGI or photo.

  • Blockchain Explainer – as previously i’ve mentioned, for the past few days i’m into cryptocurrencies, took a quick lession on how future index where made, and learn couple lingo to familiarizing with index world, it’s not an index, but using the same lingo.

  • iPhones start slowing down after a year of use, and that’s way too soon – this is a bullshit thing from Apple, the reasons behind it are stupid as stupid does.

Daily Bite #21

  • Mozilla screw things up
    the internet praising about how Firefox stand with its user, how they were sworn to protect the internet, but screw their users trust by installing add ons without permission, sure there’s an explanation about it, from configuration failure to flawed system, but it still happened, and users did not happy, and this is their apologia regarding that. on the sidenote, Firefox inscreasingly disappointing, the performance are bad, not long ago i wrote a praising post regarding quantum, it even became my primary browser, but now it has go back to where Firefox used to be, sluggish, CPU and RAM eater and put your computer to no use. at first launch it can open 50 tabs with no issue, now i opened 15 tabs and it’s start to slowing down and eventually i have close couple tab or save it on my OneTab extension and opened later.

  • Effective Shell – this is a series of how to use shell effectively, the whole part can be digested even for someone who just know the cli, already watched how Dave worked, indeed, he used the shell effectively.

  • 10 school of tought – list of popular thought, Stoicism are probably important one, in muslim teaching there’s a tought called _Qonaah_ meaning accepting with we have and keep working.