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The 4 Best Budget Gaming Headsets for Under $25
Just five years ago, finding decent gaming headsets under $100 was difficult. At best, you’d have to spend at least half of that and still sacrifice tons of features. It wasn’t a fun time. But the market has changed. via Pocket
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The 6 Best Websites to Learn How to Hack Like a Pro
You might be surprised to learn just how many people want to learn how to hack. via Pocket
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9 Essential Photography Gear Items Every Camera Newbie Should Own
Of all the hobbies you could ever pick up, photography is without a doubt one of the most expensive. There are ways to reduce how much it’ll cost you, of course, but there’s no doubt about it: you’ll need to buy a lot of stuff eventually. via Pocket
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How to Password Protect and Encrypt a Flash Drive: 5 Easy Methods
USB thumb drives are small, portable, and universally readable. These features make them perfect vehicles for transporting data between computers. Due to their portability, however, they are also easily lost. Hence, you should always protect sensitive files carried on a USB stick. via Pocket
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How to Recover Accidentally Deleted WhatsApp Messages
Touchscreen devices are great, but can also be frustrating. A simple tap on the wrong option, for example, and your WhatsApp chat history is gone. You meant to hit Add a conversation shortcut, but instead you tapped Delete chat. Then you clicked “Yes” without thinking! via Pocket
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5 No-Hassle Ways to Connect a Microphone to Your PC
Want to record some audio on your computer, and not keen on the quality of the built-in microphone? Amazed to find that your PC or laptop doesn’t even have a microphone? Well, you’ll need to hook up one up. via Pocket
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11 minutes ago by dcolanduno
The 8 Best Online Shopping Sites for Cheap Electronics
If you’re prepared to shop around, you can almost always save money on whatever you want to purchase. It’s no different with electronics. If you want to find cheap tech, you should check out these eight sites. via Pocket
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11 minutes ago by dcolanduno
The 7 Cheapest Phone Plans With Unlimited Everything
Picking an affordable phone plan with unlimited calling, texting, and data can be pretty overwhelming. Each mobile carrier—whether prepaid or postpaid—offers additional perks from Netflix subscriptions to mobile hotspots. via Pocket
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11 minutes ago by dcolanduno
12 Apple HomePod Features That Will Make You Want One
Apple’s HomePod smart speaker sure sounds good, but is it worth the $349 asking price? Should you wait for the company to release a cheaper version, or hold off buying altogether? via Pocket
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What Has Google Ever Done for Us? by Yanis Varoufakis - Project Syndicate via Pocket
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Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With — Nick Janetakis
Let's talk about when it might be a good or bad idea to start using microservices. SPOILER ALERT: it's not the same for every project. via Pocket
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51 percent attack legal theories against attacker(s) 1) Tortious interference w/ contractual expectancy 2) Trespass to chattel 3) Conversion (arguable) 4) Civil conspiracy (hard) 5) Breach of implied contract 6) Some kind of constructive trust theory 7) UDP 8) CFAA what else? via Pocket
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56 minutes ago by ChristopherA
A journey into Radare 2 – Part 2: Exploitation – Megabeets
Welcome back to the second part of our journey into the guts of radare2! In this part we’ll cover more of the features of radare2, this time with the focus on binary exploitation. A lot of you waited for the second part, so here it is! Hope to publish the next part faster, much faster.
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Marco Arment, Developer/Writer - XOXO Festival (2013) - YouTube
When we asked New York writer and programmer Marco Arment to speak at XOXO, he was still developing Instapaper and The Magazine, and Tumblr was an independent startup. Since then, he sold The Magazine to Glenn Fleishman, Instapaper to Betaworks, and Tumblr sold to Yahoo in a billion-dollar deal. One
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Black In Taiwan: My Experience – Nicole Cooper – Medium
My experience in the Far East as a mega-minority. One common question that I’ve gotten from family and friends back home is how I am perceived by the locals in Taiwan, more so in regards to race as oppose to nationality. To be honest, it’s a loaded answer. via Pocket
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Best Buy Ad 10/21-10/27 - Video Game Deals - Cheap Ass Gamer
Posted Today, 06:32 PM New Releases Available Tuesday: Just Dance 2019 $39.99 Nickelodeon Kart Racers $39.99 PAW Patrol: On A Roll $39.99 Rapala Fishing Pro Series $29.99 New Releases Available Friday: Red Dead Redemption 2 $59.99 Red Dead Redemption 2: Special Edition $79. via Pocket
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1 hour ago by dcolanduno
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If you're a person who feels feelings, plays roleplaying games, or likes Patreons may I humbly suggest subscribing to @JacksonTegu's. His games are sweet, thoughtful, and maybe even a little melancholy. via Pocket
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How to resolve .NET reference and NuGet package version conflicts - Michael's Coding Spot
Some problems in programming seem to stay and bother us forever. Much like cockroaches, these problems resist technological advancements and increasing human knowledge. One such problem is the infamous DLL Hell (and variations of it). via Pocket
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1 hour ago by tbreyman
Increase Enterprise .NET Development Efficiency By Sharing Code With NuGet | Bytelion
Reusing code can be a great way to increase efficiency within an organization. If there is an overlap in functionality across multiple development projects it makes sense to collaborate and reuse code across those projects. via Pocket
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