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Here’s a handy little snippet of code which allows anyone to edit your content… Granted, this could be used in a malicious manner, it’s still kinda cool to play with. […]
This program will fetch, download, and save the 100 hottest wallpapers from the r/wallpaper subreddit to a folder in your computer. It can also optionally remove low-quality images, and then […]
The Amazon Price for BaoFeng UV-5R Plus Dual-Band 136-174/400-480 MHz FM Ham Two-Way Radio (Black) has dropped at Amazon and is now $28.91. Was this post helpful? Let us know if you liked […]
Report the historical and statistical real time of the system, keeping it between restarts. Like uptime command but with more interesting output. Was this post helpful? Let us know if […]