Directory of simulations.
His circuit simulator got me through my electronics courses. It's better than any commercial simulator I've used.
Here's a version I made last time something similar was posted:
It normalizes the hour, minute, and second across the 240 hex values in each channel, so you get (very nearly) the full range of color.
edit: updated to have a short transition between colors, hopefully get the text and background more distinct, and vertically center the text
Hahaha even logs you out of MySpace. For those who are curious, just requests the logout url of the sites listed below. It does not clear your cookies but just loads a page in the background to log you out of all of the sites. This should stress the importance of using something like NoScript, in which I had full confidence it would not log me out of any of the sites.
You can also click on any genre to see a map of artists from that genre; I believe every single artist on Spotify is listed there somewhere. They've also got a great writeup of the motivation behind the site and some of its workings.
Edit: The creator of this site responded!
Site is generally useless. https://alternativeto.net/ has existed for many years, has 100x the options, and is crowd sourced.
“Curated” lists are only better if crowd sourced options do not exist, or are of poor quality.
I changed the font size to use 'rem' instead of 'em'. This is likely how they intended the page to look.
Edit: And THIS is how it should be programmed.
Your images are secure and will be treated confidentially.
We transfer them SSL/TLS-encrypted and use them only to remove the background and then offer you the result for download.
We do not share them with third parties, do not publish them and do nothing else with them.
At the latest about one hour after the upload we delete both the uploaded image and the result image.
Apart from that, we keep usage statistics (without images) and if you contact us e.g. by email, we also receive personal data from you, which we use to reply to you. If we have a customer/supplier relationship, we also use your data for bookkeeping and similar purposes.
this, if anyone is interested, is a really cool programming project. lemme see...
TIME! 12 minutes http://jsfiddle.net/ad5qG/7/
ONLY LOOK if you've already finished
edit: made code shorter in order to improve illegibility
edit 2: is x really necessary in his source code? sheesh
Got to respect the GOAT. However I also like the ethos of Standard Ebooks. There is a section on the site on how they distinguish themselves from Project Gutenberg.
Hijacking the top thread to post the best circuit tutorial I know
I am a chemist now being offered EE jobs because I played with this app a lot as a 20 year old. Thank you mr. Falstad, you helped make my future.
I built this app because every time I want to find something to watch on my TV, I spend hours trying to select a great option. I hate watching mediocre movies, so it takes me time to find a high-rated option.
The problem is that streaming services are dumping on me their entire collection. I don't need to see 1000 bad options, I just need 1 amazing movie or show. In addition, I need to search every streaming service separately.
So I built Watch Something! All you need to do is answer three simple questions (i) your streaming services (ii) Whether you would like to see a movie or a TV show (iii) Genres you are interested in, and THAT'S IT! Watch Something, will provide 3 great options!
I also added my app to Product Hunt - check it out
A redditor made a game based on habitable zones, I forget who, I would love to give credit.
Blue Marble - iOS
Blue Marble - Android
I'm glad I wasn't the only one who was curious how this works!
Not sure how the name translates to the numerics, probably a hash or custom algo but the following ranges change the faces.
01-18 01-18 01-18 01-18
face/hair nose eyes cheeks/mouth
I haven't figured out why there's only 18 variants of each yet...?
Edit: Live JS demo of what each number does.
ISS Detector for Android is pretty good.
It gives push notifications within a set amount of time of it being visible in your location. It also directs you where to look,and tells how visible it should be.
I joined on the 17th of december, 2012, and some posts on the front page were:
When I found gas prices at $2.83 per gallon..
My friends dressed up for the hobbit premiere.
Why 2012 was the best year ever: never in the history of the world has there been less hunger, less disease and more prosperity
Just to be clear, these are human-reviewed and graded (as opposed to the magic of robots and electron gnomes):
Terms of service are reviewed by contributors and divided into small points that we can discuss, compare and ultimately assign a score
If you have an android device they have a pair of phone apps.
Pocket Workouts which is just a database for these, though I don't think it has them all
Fit Tap which is a simpler app where you tap it and it gives you a random exercise (eg. 20 squats).
Theres paid versions of both of these, though I'm not sure what the difference is exactly. Last I checked (years ago, so it might have changed) these were android only, sorry iPhone users.
Edit - Reading the reviews of the paid versions, seems its just a way to toss some cash toward the developers.
This is amazing, thanks OP! Reminds me of those cool music maps that I saw on the internet a few years back.
Map of Metal &
Map of Electronic Music
Update Wow, thanks for the Reddit Gold! This is my first time getting it, and now I feel like the bees knees!
ProtonVPN. Based in Switzerland and no logging. They have a free version with reduced speeds and no torrenting that’s subsidized by the paid users, not paid for with your personal data because they’re not a data company. Their email client is end to end encrypted by default.
Also the vpn client is open source and has passed security audits.
Adobe Kuler has a similar site as well! You can also browse other people's color themes.
Edit: wrong bracket used. hahaha
This is indeed quite cool!
SQL injection was a big thing back in the day - to protect yourself though, you literally just need to use mysqli_real_escape_string or an equivalent function when passing variables to SQL queries - while it is true that some people still make the mistake of not using this function, I'm curious how prevalent it is.
Very cool, two slots behind /u/AaronSw. Remember when the biggest drama on reddit were rewriting from LISP to Python, or how Digg was a bigger rival?
Anyway, here's your archive page.
This works pretty well, especially in combination with Gixen, a pretty good auction sniper that's free (though the premium version costs next to nothing and is even better). I used the two in conjunction to get a PS3 for just over $100 with shipping.
I'm one of the founders of the site. Just want to say that we know that we don't have data absolutely everywhere but the reason we started OpenSignal is because although the mobile operators show maps with coverage over a larger area they are based on predicted coverage and they aren't actually able to measure coverage in all those areas (and the tendency is to overestimate coverage). Our goal is to build a purely empirical map so that we can confidently say that where we mark coverage, you can be sure that there is coverage (or vice versa - we can also record areas that we confirm don't have coverage). This model relies on the power of the crowd to help us build up this map but we've had over 13million people download the app so far and if enough people download the app and contribute data we can build the definitive source of data on wireless coverage. We want to change the information balance in the wireless industry so that you don't have to rely on operators telling you that they have coverage in a particular area but put the information in your hands so you make the best decision on which operators is best for you based on real world data from other users of the app.
Note - we've got loads of improvements to the coverage maps planned over the next few months. If you have any additional feature requests please let us know, we'd love to hear from you!
If you would like to get involved you can find the apps here:
iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/app/opensignal/id598298030
Sad you missed it?
Check out timeanddate.com's alternate birthday calculator.
Can find round number of minutes, weeks and birthdays for other planets. Even binary numbers.
It's free, hosting to thousands of viewers won't be a problem, and has the added benefit of open sourcing your code for future bragging rights :)
A lot of people on the Internet are not willing to accept the broad definition of irony in modern English.
"an objectively sardonic style of speech or writing. " with sardonic being "characterized by bitter or scornful derision; mocking; cynical; sneering" seems to fit the bill 
So does: "humorously sarcastic or mocking" 
But fact is, that "ironic" is a widely accepted description of such writing in question 4.
I liked this comment on HN, where this was submitted a few weeks ago:
> This is an example of a page that begins talking about sewing and embroidery, and eventually becomes about typography.
It should link to the appropriate site with prefilled nationality and destination for example Croatia -> US is this basetrip link (https://www.thebasetrip.com/en/united-states-travel-information?from=croatia) which leads to this VisaHQ link (https://united-states.visahq.com/requirements/croatia/). However, if VisaHQ doesn't have that country it will redirect to home page. Otherwise, it's a bug and will check it out. Thanks for the report!
Regarding the positioning, yeah, quite a few people requested it to be on the top so'll I'll probably push it further up ;)
When I used this software I remember it explicitly saying that it declines any extra offers for installers, and simply installs the vanilla version.
Edit: on the official website listed under section "Ninite Will":
Does this tool breach this clause, from Spotify's T's & C's?:
> Spotify respects intellectual property rights and expects you to do the same. This means, for example, that the following is not permitted...
>...(g) artificially increasing play count or otherwise manipulating the Services by using a script or other automated process;
Mostly curiosity and a deep love of pop music. :)
About a year or two ago, I went through a phase where I was obsessed with the structure of pop songs. I read some papers on algorithmically detecting song structure, some of which used self-similarity matrices based on the raw audio data. That's where I got the idea of applying the same technique to the lyrics. I wrote a hacky python script, put it in a drawer, and finally got back to it recently.
(I'm funemployed right now, so I can get away with spending time on silly projects that are interesting but not useful.)
Right here, and strangely smaller than digg.com.
Edit: Ah, should have read the "About":
>The map of the Internet is a photo shot of the global network as of end of 2011 (however, baloons show actual statistics from Alexa).
Link to Article on Wanton Endangerment with examples of convictions.
Some examples include: DUI with others put at risk like driving someone off the road or endangering a child in the vehicle, pointing or waving around a gun (even an unloaded one), providing alcohol to a minor and then letting them drive your vehicle, having unprotected sex as a person with HIV and not informing the partner.
So she might have jokingly(?) pointed a loaded gun at someones head, or she might've done some diseased whoring about. The world may never know.
If you download an old version of inbox it actually still works, no idea for how long though
This is the one I'm using, just disable auto updates
I suspect those numbers are just projected directionally based on old data. Obvi isn't coming from someone authoratitive (comscore, quantcast, Nielson). Anyway, its not accurate, at least in the US (global data is trickier to get).
12.5 billion US Google searches (May 2014)
11.1 billion US Youtube content views (March 2014)
Someone else can do the per second math, but you get the idea.
(Sorry on phone)
And yet when Aaron Swartz did it, they threatened to lock him up to the point he commited suicide. Irony.
Edit : Someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong with that link formatting? I followed the reddit formatting help perfectly and it doesn't work?
Edit 2 : sorted! Thank you everyone! :)
Edit 3 : Aaron Swartz Documentary for those asking :)
I hope they get more servers soon, I would like to try it.
But it sounds like it's not a very good test. There's already a lot of great MBTI tests that figure out if you're one of 16 personality types.
And maybe you could also link your Spotify or Last.fm accounts to find similar music tastes (TasteBuds.fm does this), and Netflix / IMDB / Facebook for movies and TV shows. And even your Reddit account, to compare similar subreddits.
I actually started building a user subreddit matching site where you could chat with similar Reddit users, after working on this: http://www.youshouldbuythese.com/
Didn't end up finishing it, but I always thought it would be interesting to talk to other people who are extremely similar to me.
This is why I love Amex. NordVPN charged me even though I cancelled during their free trial. I told Amex it was an unauthorized charge and problem solved. Plus the more people who decline their charges, the higher rates Amex charges them for transactions.
I'd be surprised if there wasn't already an app for that. Probably not free though, seeing as the target demographic is relatively small.
edit: yes, it exists. And it's actually free, good for them! I was kind of getting excited about being the first one to make this app....
I use the app CloseTime, has both results from Google and Foursquare Android | iOS
Normally enough so that the brokerage fee does not eat into your investment, typically minimum per trade would be $300-$500.
This article will help you: https://medium.com/stock-market-101/ready-steady-go-e1bee5f494a6
Thanks for the mention poobicus. I created Universe Sandbox and have been working on the sequel, Universe Sandbox ² for the past 3.5 years.
We're doing gravity + climate + collisions + stellar evolution + volatiles + material simulation... it's my favorite thing.
IRIX has Display Postscript - it's embedded in the X server. Speaking of DPS, Sun's NEWS was a much more aggressive implementation of that than NeXT did.
IRIX does '32 bit color'. (It's only 24bit color with an 8bit alpha channel). It does it at 1280x1024 rather than 1120x832. It also adds support hardware transform and lighting, z buffering, gouraud shading etc., Also, you could be guaranteed of support for colour in even the low end configurations. Low end NeXT machines were grayscale.
NeXTStep's multiarch support was more of a symptom of lack of adoption of their hardware - plus all the other OS vendors owned their chosen architectures. IRIX shipped multiarchitecture support (for the 64bit R4000) a year before NeXT did.
NetInfo. Enough said.
The NeXT laser printer was made by Canon. NeXT's was notable for being cheap; because the rendering was done on the host (see also, GDI printers). Laser printers were definitely available for other platforms, and NeXT certainly wasn't the only platform to support host side rendering.
The term 'grid computing' was coined in 1999, two years after Apple acquired NeXT in 1997.
According to http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/reddit.com , the up-to-date info is:
With the format below being [Country] [Percentage of site traffic]
AskReddit really used to not give a fuck about questions. A few years ago the top posts were frequently stories with inane questions tacked on the end.
I use it as my go to counterexample when people claim that moderators should step back and let users decide what content is appropriate for a subreddit. Unchecked users will turn a subreddit about asking questions into a completely opposite subreddit about telling stories.
And if you want to compare where these turbines are located, I suggest checking out this website: You may like this https://www.windy.com/
I've had that on my bookmark bar for ages, has never been more appropriate. Cool as fuck.
Plus it's better to use the developer version. It has some occasional bugs but they're resolved pretty quickly and it's always up to date.
Scan your computer friend.
Run Malwarebytes: www.malwarebytes.org
Run AdwCleaner: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/adwcleaner/
Reboot computer after and check again. This is most likely your own system being infected.
Go to Camelcamelcamel for a detailed price history on any item you're looking to buy. You can input a target price, and they'll email you whenever the item drops to that price.
Score: 100/100 xD
Comment in the source, before loading the google analytics-js:
<!-- yes, I know...wanna fight about it? -->
I recently revived my high school era country, to (what I consider) great success-- no prisons and no crime.
The most fun part of the country's description is that it's all generated by government responses to issues-- I don't get to write what kind of government I have, how the people act, except by building it up over time. And it doesn't take a lot of time out of my day-- I don't participate in the forums. A wonderful diversion.
You could make a script that runs ImageMagick to create a 1px image with a color:
convert -size 10x6 xc:#121630 -fill black -scale 1x1 wall.png
You could then set that as the desktop background with this tool.
If you're a little more experienced I'd suggest checking out CircuitLab, it's a bit more like SPICE with simulation features but less education-focused than everycircuit. I'm in my fourth year of a BSEE and I use it fairly often.
a "VPS" is a virtual private server, it just means a you're using a virtualized and sandboxed section of a larger server instead of having your own full server hardware, if you're not big enough to need it. AWS offers VPS'
Edit: More info, AWS link
I hate running and you can too.
Zenmate for firefox will redirect you through a swiss location (you can chose other countries like USA but the swiss VPN is the fastest for Germany). 2 clicks to turn it on then simply reload the site.
E: GEMA sucks.
About 6. :( Maybe add an hour so they can have their coffee or hot milk and catchup on FB or whatever they do when they come in first thing in the morning.
Unfortunately a lot of trial sites are catching onto this and I've had my Privacy.com cards get rejected for being "gift cards."
Which is fine, if you want to strongarm me into giving you my actual CC number without knowing if I actually want to pay for your service, I'm not going to even consider it.
If you want to help digitize books for Project Gutenberg, you can volunteer at Distributed Proofreaders, their partner site. Volunteers at DP have done a lot of the books in PG's catalog.
It could be installable like chrome app. But it needs to have CSS corrected for that.
E.g. https://www.photopea.com/ have option inside page to MenuBar->More->Install
If you find this entertaining, you might enjoy picking up FL Studio.
I have been playing with it since I was 16. It's a lot of fun.
From a cursory glance the NYT doesn't bother with a fallback, and BBC always uses Flash.
But really though, it's 2014. I'd argue that considering mobiles/tablets you'll reach more people if you go HTML5-video exclusive than Flash-exclusive. Every modern browser supports <video>, since IE9.
No, they can't. That's the entire point of onion routing. (TOR = The Onion Router)
What ncef didn't mention is that the data isn't just being bounced around between people, it's also being encrypted in such a way that the people in the middle don't know the source, destination, or content of the message. For example, person 2 sends it to person 3, person 3 sends it to person 4. But person 4 doesn't know who person 3 got it from, and person 2 doesn't know who person 3 is going to send it to. This means that no one in the chain has a complete understanding of the full path, making the original sender anonymous.
A better explanation is here: https://www.torproject.org/about/overview.html.en#thesolution
The default ordering is by market cap, but we can order by anything. For example to order by the value score:
If you click on a snowflake, you can see why it has been give that score. We are 100% transparent on why we give each score (hover over the icons).
You will also find that all of our analysis is based on tried and tested value investing, stuff that you would find in 'Intelligent Investor' by Ben Graham.
So in fact you could say our site is the opposite of snake oil, unlike some other websites we are completely open and honest with all of our calculations.
I did a web traffic trace and the address is passed in as a GET parameter to its web API, like this:
This may imply that the email addresses are stored in the web server's log files, and could be leaked in the event of a breach. It's also possible (but unlikely) that the website operator is deliberately collecting an email list to sell to spammers. On the other hand, for most of us we already receive spam because our email address is already in the wild - so this isn't exactly the most sensitive piece of info.
Naw, the site is just designed by one of those web devs. From what I can tell, the people who do this fall into one of two camps:
Clueless web devs who have no idea how to perform correct feature detection (in which you'd check for support of features, such as WebGL). You almost never detect the browser by user agent. If you ever do that, you're probably doing something dumb. Modernizr can help for more complex detection and with polyfills.
Browser fanboys who want everyone to use their favourite browser(s). Or sometimes they just couldn't be bothered testing other browsers (perfectly understandable) and decide that other users shouldn't even get to see if it works (not so understandable). Most well made sites will instead issue a warning that the browser isn't officially supported and might not work correctly.
I think some web devs might also be forgetting that the average user doesn't have every major browser installed as they do.
The Android version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=name.boyle.chris.sgtpuzzles&hl=en_IN&gl=US
This has been my goto for years now and Tangled is one of my favorites (among Loopy and Towers and Blackbox).
This is such a small and elegant app, I wish more apps were developed this elegantly.
Not sure how you're getting that number. They're saying Amazon sells $83,000 of merchandise per minute.
$83,000 * 60 = ~$5 million dollars sold per hour
$5 million * 24 = $120 million dollars sold per day
$120 million * 365 = $43.8 billion dollars sold per year
For 2012, Amazon reported gross revenue of a tad over $61 billion. So either the numbers don't align or they're only counting a subset of Amazon's gross revenues in this chart.
Internet archive to the rescue! Although it seems some of the pieces don't work because the archive didn't get them. A lot of them do.
And in case people are ctrl-f'ing "Mirror"
If you do go that route, you could go a step further and make it single page app, which would greatly reduce load on your server and greatly increase performance in the eyes of the user.
http://jsfiddle.net/9n0z2c39/ is a tiny demo of calling reddit's api in js.
Google and Facebook, two of the largest tech companies on earth, use Vim.
Bigger doesn't mean better. Using an IDE for no reason other than "it's an IDE" means that you're an idiot. Why do you use the IDE? What does it actually provide? You need a clear reason to use something that takes up so much more in the way of system resources.
Vim, emacs, nano and any IDE you can name are simply tools used to create code. They don't define how competent you are as a programmer, but using an efficient one that you're comfortable with removes an annoying hurdle between you and the logic of the program.
I think it's indeed more like a classic Photoshop filter trick than the more impressive recent apps that use some deep dream style algorithms. It doesn't seem to detect any more complex patterns or follow areas with similar colors, etc.
Sad to say wallbase really is dead, see my post here.
TL;DR: Owner has been MIA for almost 6 months now. Site has been getting worse and worse. A few of us staff are starting up a replacement (wallhaven.cc)
Mixpanel is mobile analytics. Think Google Analytics, but specifically optimized for use in mobile applications. Developers include their SDK or use their REST API for tracking specific events in their apps or websites, e.g. clicking on a 'Close' button will yield a tracking event to Mixpanel asynchronously (not blocking the UI, so the user won't actually notice). The data shown on the link is then gathered from their internal database anonymously and shown in a pretty highcharts chart.
More trends can be found here.
It is actually the same app, previously it was named TextSecure (for texting), and redphone (for calls), but now they are merged in a single app called Signal. Here's a link from the playstore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.thoughtcrime.securesms
Click the link, type in "ireadsit" and click the button.
It'll take you to this snapshot of reddit from Jan 9, 2014 (which is when you joined).
From their FAQ :
> Semantic Scholar uses machine learning techniques to extract meaning and identify connections from within papers, then surfaces these insights to help scholars gain an in-depth understanding quickly.
> Our mission is to empower scholars to save time, make informed decisions that lead to new discoveries so they may have a greater impact in their field.
So I guess in theory with this search engine you are more likely to find good results ?
> How can I use this?
They have tutorials : https://pages.semanticscholar.org/tutorial-videos
Hey, I'm not sure if anyone is interested, but here, I made two snapshots for everyone.
MS-DOS 6.22 (150 MB hard disk): https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=641D1CB7C8B04A9F%21122
MS-DOS 6.22 with Windows 3.1 installed (150 MB hard disk): https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=641D1CB7C8B04A9F%21125
To load them on the site, download one of the images, next to "Hard drive disk image", click "Choose file", go to wherever it was downloaded, select it, load it, and enjoy.
If you wanna make a request reply to me but remember I can't load anything that won't work on a Pentium since that is what this website emulates.
If anyone wants to know how I did this I used QEMU, with the RAW image format.
I'm sure they do snapshots more often for popular and heavier traffic sites, with constant changes. If you take a look at (web.archive.org - reddit) you can clearly see that they tend to even take multiple snapshots a day of reddit.
Like this? I tried to make it as similar to the main-post-one as possible: http://jsfiddle.net/L2eyc62h/1/embedded/result/
EDIT: Better version: Thingy
Interesting what some bands can make music out of/what noises they choose to include. Search Death Grips and see that they've sampled Serena Williams grunting, the Vancouver Skytrain, a mental health hotline, a home security system tutorial, Charles Manson, etc.
Animal Collective unsurprisingly use lots of weird shit as well: recordings of radio emissions from Saturn's rings, Ron Morehead talking about Bigfoot, a clip from Willy Wonka, etc.
Laravel a PHP framework use something similar in the doc where each comment is 3 lines long, and each line is 3 characters less than the previous line.
Vizzed literally has been doing these for years. aside from nintendo consoles, sega and atari, they also have NEC and other systems. all playable in your browser.
\ link i posted is a referral link, but you can omit the referral if you want to.
all you need to play is to make register, download the vizz program(emulator) and choose from the big library of games the ones you want to play. it will download the rom for you, and ta~daa~ you can play the game now in your browser.
WTF? Dude wants $7000 to "save" this site?
I'm guessing it costs him $50 a year, tops, to run that site.
EDIT: I can't say for sure, but the translations seem pretty shotty, too.
You know how if you buy an amazon e-book, you often find sloppily ‘converted’ text like ‘sanne’ for ‘same'?
This is because OCRs (the software for scanning images and turning it into text for e-books) are not very intelligent, and often make mistakes.
Distributed Proofreaders shows you these converted texts alongside the original image, and asks volunteers to help proofread them for any mistakes in spelling, formatting, etc.
The end result of these proofread mistake-free e-books goes on Project Gutenberg (which should be familiar to most people), and is shared with the world! Trust me, you’re definitely doing future university students a favour.
The website is a bit difficult to navigate, but once you get the hang of it, it’s very fun and is a good way to read some books you normally wouldn’t touch.
If you don’t want to register but want to help out anyway, try smooth reading! This is a lot more straight forward, where you basically choose a text, read it like how you normally would, and note any mistakes that jump out. Super easy, and a good option if you’re just wanting to read without learning all the rules for proofreading.
tl;dr it’s a cool website and you should help out.
It all seems a bit complicated (trust me, it’s actually not that bad), so feel free to ask any questions you have!
The Windows volume panel is surprisingly good. Right-click on the speaker > Volume mixer. Lets you control the volume on a per-program basis.
If you want a little bit more control, EarTrumpet is a nifty little project. I'm a bit peeved there's no standalone installer for it, though.
Here's another app for that. No calculation, just set the time that you want to wake up (latest), and then it will monitor your sleep cycle and wake you up within a 30 minute window based on where you are in your sleep.
I've been using it for about 6 weeks now, and it's pretty neat to have it tracking how you are sleeping, and to know what days are good, what days are bad (it tracks and has graphs/reports that you can look at).
i set up an IFTTT app a few years ago that does exactly that with a google sheet and then forgot about it. i came across it this week and it turns out it’s still going haha.
EDIT: found it - https://ifttt.com/applets/n6RGLXBf-automatically-add-your-saved-tracks-in-spotify-to-a-google-spreadsheet?term=spotify%20google%20sheet
All the samples are there in one big, high quality FLAC file, but you'll have to chop them up yourself. (Because I'm a lazy fuck :D )
EDIT Because I'm a stupid fuck too, I didn't know how to rip straight from the server;
Now you don't need to chop them up.
I love how this required a [warning: some may find this offensive]
It appears that reddit was slightly less offensive back in 2006!
There are two ways.
The first way is to use their built in page maker: https://pages.github.com/
The second way involves uploading your own html content to the gh-pages branch within your GitHub repository.
You can search through the man pages with /.
They're also available offline, they don't require switching to a different application, and they are more accurate (you won't get the manual for a version of the program that you don't have installed).
I love https://cheat.sh/ though. Especially when I need to do something simple with a command I don't use often.
I guess you never heard of CodingGround. Less of a pastebin compiler and more of an actual IDE. Tons of languages, a command-line, able to create individual files etc.
Take a look at this - tl;dr: use a module like 'forever' to daemonize your node app and use nginx as a reverse proxy to proxy requests from the web to your app.
This is not the original version of the game, it's a github spinoff. (The game is open source, but the original version is here.) The game also has a subreddit, /r/adarkroom.
Also, isn't there a rule about no webgames on this subreddit?
Piriform's CEO asked us to take their apps down.
The big deal with the Pro version is our remote mode. See the screenshot at the top of https://ninite.com/pro
It does also cache and reuse downloads, among other things.
I love KIDPIX....the scratchpad where you rub everywhere to see what image is beneath. And then lay down the explosives to destroy it.
This paint app has a multiplayer mode too - https://jspaint.app/#session:reddits
I'm not a proponent for stealing in any form, but I think I'd make an exception for them. Their programs are insanely overpriced and geared more for businesses purchasing them rather than the individual.
I don't believe you can just "buy" photoshop anymore. The way they're set up is you pay a $400-$600 subscription fee for the year that renews every year for the same amount. I recently felt the same as you and tried to do the honest thing and buy the current version of Photoshop. Next thing I know, Photoshop is taking money out of my account a year later because I somehow was added to their subscription service unbeknownst to me.
They're not a nice company and overcharge for a pretty basic product. Try using The GiMP 2 instead. It's free, open source, there's tons of user created brushes on deviant art and it basically does all the same shit you'd get photoshop for.
This is what should be integrated with it, IMO.
I wouldn't think it would be too hard, and Microsoft has released an app for it on a few different platforms.