I came across a nifty linux command (
strings) recently and wanted to boost the volume. It's super helpful for filtering out non-human-readable (binary) content from from a file.
For example, I reviewing a Vim swap file containing php content and the output looked like:
(don't worry - this isn't actual data. . . .
A valuable resource for the google jedi
There's various google search operator "cheat sheets" on the internet but I figured I'd document my own as well.
"<search criteria>"- Returns results that have an exact phrase match.
inurl:<search criteria>- Returns results that have specific match in url itself. . . .
Think of it like "cliff notes" for personal knowledge.
As a productivity enthusiast, I'm always on the lookout for newer and faster ways to acquire meaningful information. I mean c'mon. Who wouldn't want to instantly gain knowledge ala Neo from The Matrix, right?
Recently I've been looking into a few tools specializing in "book summaries". Each service has . . .
I'm currently reading the book "Productivity for how you're wired" by Ellen Faye. I'll share more thoughts about it in a future post but in the meantime, I couldn't resist sharing this gem:
The purpose of improving our productivity isn't just to get more done. The purpose is to create a better life . . .
I meant to post this earlier but got distracted by a few other things. Yay for busy life, right?
Earlier this month Microsoft concluded their investigation of the recent Storm-0558 email compromise/attack and the results are... fascinating. I highly recommend checking out the blog post when you get a chance. It's available here. . . .
This is what I wanted Pokémon Go to be
Disclaimer: I'm still in the middle of reviewing this game. Final verdict is pending...
I think I may have found my new favorite mobile GPS game. I know, I know - there's significant irony in that statement considering that immediately prior to that sentence is a disclaimer about how I'm still reviewing it.... So yeah, . . .