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iPhone Screen Sizes

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resolution screen sizes for iPhone


Raspberry Pi Imager Secret Menu

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The Raspberry Pi Imager is a great piece of software for preparing your SD cards for use with Raspberry Pis. However, if you’re setting up a number of Raspberry Pis you will find that you still need to connect a monitor, keyboard and mouse to them to complete the …


Inside look at modern web browser (part 1)

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Take a deep dive into modern web browsers and see how it all works!

Inside look at modern web browser (part 1)


Rsync (Remote Sync): 20 Helpful Examples in Linux

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Rsync, or Remote Sync, is a free command-line tool that lets you transfer files and directories to local and remote destinations. Rsync is used for mirroring, performing backups, or migrating data to other servers.


How bad is the air out there? – Six Colors

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Use Scriptable app to run javascript in a widget on your iOS device.


How Many Decimals of Pi Do We Really Need? - Edu News | NASA/JPL Edu

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How Many Decimals of Pi Do We Really Need? 3.141592653589793. That’s it. For the whole visible universe!


The Intel Split – Stratechery by Ben Thompson

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The Intel Split


Obsidian Community Plugins

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There are several Community Plugins used to create the 64Zbit.com website. Here are a list of the ones I'm currently using.


Google Fonts Blog: Flow and Redacted

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When you need to hide something, but still want them to be able to see it later. Of course, they could just look at the source.

Pretty nice looking fonts. Check out the details here:

Google Fonts Blog: Flow and Redacted: Check out these new options for wireframes and other …


Moxie Marlinspike 'My First Impressions of Web3'

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Moxie Marlinspike shares his first impressions of Web3. Seems that Web3 is already a mess.


Wordle

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It was tough today. Whew!


Using Pelican

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Steps to publishing to Pelican from Obsidian.


First Robotics Rapid React

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Todays the day the First Robotics Rapid React competition is revealed.


pelican-plugins/jinja2content: Use Jinja2 template code within post content

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This plugin allows the use of Jinja2 directives inside your Pelican articles and pages.


Images with Obsidian and Pelican

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A short article on how to work with images so they display correctly in Obsidian and when published with Pelican.


Raspberry Pi as a Flask Server

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I created an Air Quality Index gadget made from a Raspberry Pi Zero W with a tiny OLED screen from Adafruit. It shows the AQI from my local PurpleAir sensor. I created a Flask web server on the Pi so I could remotely see the AQI and change the PurpleAir sensor ID.


New Pelican based Website

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It's been in the works for awhile, but today I updated my production server settings to show the new website based on the Pelican static site generator.


Favicon Generator for perfect icons on all browsers

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Why RealFaviconGenerator


iPhone Device Resolutions

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A quick chart showing the different iPhone resolutions.


pelican-plugins/search: Pelican plugin that adds site search capability

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This plugin generates an index for searching content on a Pelican-powered site.


Publish Pelican To Remote Web server

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Tips and ideas on best way to publish a static site generated with Pelican using the Makefile and creating Obsidian commands.


Deep Thoughts

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Deep Thoughts I've learned along the way.


pelican-plugins

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Current list of Pelican plug-ins on GitHub


European civilization is built on ham and cheese,

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European civilization is built on ham and cheese, which allowed protein to be stored throughout the icy winters.


SQLite with Python - Chris Ostrouchov

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SQLite is a commonly misunderstood database. I myself first heard of the database when I was experimenting with android app development. My thoughts were that since the database was a single file and its name had lite in it, that it could not be taken seriously. But I could not have been more wrong. Now I love sqlite and use it for much of my scientific research. Sqlite is everywhere. It is on every android phone, airplanes, and the storage for many computer applications. The sqlite website details when using sqlite would be appropriate to use and can be summarized with these three questions.


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