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Monthly Archives: August 2020
One of the smarter moves Microsoft has made recently is to collapse its To Do app (based off its Wunderlist buy) and its Planner app (intended for team projects) into one central app, Tasks, which is now available everywhere across … Continue reading
Hello everyone, I would like to share my little machine learning library which I have been working on and off for the past few years. GitHub repo: https://github.com/siavashserver/neonrvm It’s written in C programming language and comes packed with Python bindings. … Continue reading
D&D Map Sketcher is a dungeon designer with Ikea sensibilities If evil lairs came in flat-packed boxes, they’d probably look a lot like this. D&D Map Sketcher (Official Site) might not give its dungeons quirky Swedish nicknames, but Daniel Fernández Marqués’ … Continue reading
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Link For some people, white noise helps you relax, while others prefer the sound of a rainstorm. But if you’re like us, that rain is accompanied by the sounds of the Blade Runner soundtrack by Vangelis. This 8-hour track made … Continue reading
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I just noticed that the Raspberry Pi OS page now has links that dynamically redirect to the latest available images, letting us do these cool shell one-liners to download and install it automatically. Scroll down for instructions and breakdown. Commands … Continue reading