Firefox Slow to Startup, Using Large Amounts of RAM?

Part of my structure and workflow with browsers – Firefox in this case – and one of the innovations I use to structure my browser is Pinned Tabs. Depending on the browser – different machines have different contexts and so different sets of Pinned Tabs in their browsers – I could have between 6 and […]

Playing with Bitcoin

Blockchain and Bitcoin are still way too complex for mainstream adoption. Here are some links I’ve had to use over the past weeks to manage a few simple transactions. (Don’t trust these links – rather visit the sites directly – there’s a lot of mischief in this space) https://blockchain.info – Bitcoin wallets, status, API Note […]

April 2017 Browser Tab Round-Up

Development Streamline Your App Creation Workflow With Over 57 Hours of Training In This Hot Development Platform Xamarin Cross Platform Development Bundle: Streamline Your App Creation Workflow With Over 57 Hours of Training In This Hot Development Platform 3 New, In-Depth Courses Bring This Python Bundle to 70 Resume-Enhancing Hours of Content The Python Power […]

Open Tab Round Up November 2016 Edition

Some things you get to, and some things you don’t, and some things you like to just keep hanging around. This is November’s version of that. Sound http://musicforprogramming.net/ https://focusmusic.fm/ Watch Coldplay, Norah Jones, Avett Brothers, Car Seat Headrest, More Cover Leonard Cohen Live http://www.npr.org/event/music/478665908/explosions-in-the-sky-live-in-concert https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/isolate-switch-off-your-ears–4#/ Politics http://kottke.org/16/10/obamas-letter-to-his-successor-about-the-economy http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/10/8-years-in-obamas-america.html http://kottke.org/16/10/your-black-mirror-reading-list Tech https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-live-patch-ubuntu-linux-server-kernel-without-rebooting/ http://blog.erratasec.com/2016/11/how-to-teach-endian.html http://www.cs.utah.edu/~germain/PPS/Topics/recursion.html Knowledge http://lifehacker.com/plan-your-free-online-education-at-lifehacker-u-fall-s-1787095763 […]

April 2016 Browser Tab Cleanup

The Last Resort: The Strange Beauty of Soviet Sanatoriums Soviet architecture often conjures up images of monolithic building blocks, but the era’s sanatoriums are among the most diverse and experimental structures of that time. Similar to modern-day spas but with a strong medical component, Soviet workers would spend a week or two each year at […]

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